This material has been funded by UKaid from the Department for International Development, with additional support from the European Forest Institute's EU FLEGT Facility. The EU FLEGT Facility is funded by the European Union, the Governments of Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and the European Forest Institute. However the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the official policies and views of either DfID or EFI.
There are various key governance and forest management issues currently being debated in the illegal logging debate.
The tracking and verification of legal timber is a first vital step in stemming its flow into consumer country markets.
Following this, there are significant efforts being made to reduce demand for illegal timber by addressing the international trade in it through border controls including a possible licensing system.
Guidance for the Provision of Information on REDD+ Governance. Draft.
This draft Guidance has been produced in response to the rapid developments in relation to REDD+ within ...
|Chatham House & UN-REDD|
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REDD and forest governance
Submission to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee inquiry into 'Forests: the future ...
|Chatham House (Thomas Legge, Alison Hoare and Jade Saunders)|
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