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

01 Jul 2015
Community members helped to restore 400 hectares of deforested land in San Martín. Thousands of hectares of land in...
30 Jun 2015
Illegal charcoal trade and movement of forest products across the borders by use of cheap means such as bicycles and...
30 Jun 2015
THE government has called on neighbouring countries and the international community to join forces in securing...
29 Jun 2015
Union environment minister may have a plan to regenerate the degraded forests of the country but that might not revive...

Recent Documents

30 Jun 2015
The FAO Yearbook of Forest Products is a compilation of statistical data on...
24 Jun 2015
Central Africa’s tropical forests are among the world’s largest carbon reserves...
09 Jun 2015
Over a year ago, a Greenpeace Brazil report, The Amazon’s Silent Crisis,...
08 Jun 2015
In a year when targets on forest loss and restoration are likely to be set...

Illegal Logging Update meeting

The 25th Illegal Logging Update and Stakeholder Consultation meeting took place on the 25th-26th of June 2015. Please sign up to our mailing list for details of this and other forthcoming events. The agenda and presentations are now available here.

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.