This issue of the EUTR News provides an update on the operation of the EU’s law to address
illegal logging, the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), from November 2018 to January 2019 . As with
all of our previous editions, this issue will include information on what both the European
As major timber consuming markets, the EU, US, Australia, and most recently, Japan, have all introduced laws to restrict the access of illegally harvested timber to their markets. While the laws are essentially addressing the same issue, there are some important differences.
The latest issue of ClientEarth's EUTR News is now available. It provides an update on the operation of the EU’s law to address illegal logging, the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), from June to August 2017.
Alastair HERD, Project Manager at The Forest Trust (TFT), explained that TFT in partnership with a number of European Timber Trade Federations manages the Timber Trade Action Plan (TTAP), a project funded by the European Commission in 2005, which aims to reduce the trade in illegal wood products