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Illegal Logging Portal

  • Welcome to the
    Illegal Logging Portal

  • Welcome to the
    Illegal Logging Portal

  • Welcome to the
    Illegal Logging Portal

The Illegal Logging Portal, hosted and maintained by Chatham House, provides information on illegal logging and the trade in illegal timber. It provides an overview of some of the key issues and developments, and includes a searchable database of documents and news items from around the world.

Latest News

21 Oct 2014
Illegal logging in Sarawak is believed to have resulted in losses of at least RM100mil each year. Sources said one of...
20 Oct 2014
Farmers with smallholdings are not responsible for most of the destruction of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, but their...
20 Oct 2014
Illegal logging had been detected inside two national parks in Sarawak, one of which is the largest totally-protected...
20 Oct 2014
Leading Sarawak timber companies, which have benefitted from rising prices of tropical logs after Myanmar banned logs...

Recent Documents

07 Oct 2014
FERN's latest edition of EU Forest Watch discusses the following topics: The...
23 Sep 2014
This document summarizes the wealth of announcements on forests at the UN...
23 Sep 2014
Following the UN Climate Summit 20143, the United Nations, civil society...
18 Sep 2014
In response to the ongoing and intensifying forest crisis, more than 60...

Illegal Logging Update meeting

The next Illegal Logging Update and Stakeholder Consultation meeting will take place on the 25th-26th of June 2015. Please sign up to our mailing list for details of this and other forthcoming events.

Newsletter

Assessing illegal logging

Chatham House is assessing the scale and effectiveness of the response to illegal logging and the related trade around the world. Full details of this work, including analysis and data, will be available online soon.