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Cheralyn May uploaded a new Document 28 February 2013

Titres forestiers concernés: Garantie d’Approvisionnement N° 018/03, 002/93, 033/05, 091/03, 034/04, 011/03, 035/05, 025/04, 002/89, 023/03.

Cheralyn May uploaded a new Document 28 February 2013

Population concernée : groupement Yalisika, territoire de Bumba, district de la Mongala, Equateur.

Dates de la mission : 20, 21 et 23 juillet 2011.

Cheralyn May uploaded a new Document 28 February 2013

Titres forestiers concernés: Garantie d’Approvisionnement N° 041/05, 019/03, 021/03, 028/03, Concession forestière n°005/011, et Permis artisanaux

Cheralyn May uploaded a new Document 28 February 2013

Localisations de la mission:Province du Bas-Congo.

Dates de la mission :9 au 15 novembre 2011.

Titres forestiers concernés: Aucun.

Cheralyn May uploaded a new Document 28 February 2013

Titres forestiers concernés : Titres industriels 004/11, 012/11, 015/11, 020/11 et Permis de coupe artisanaux 2010/004, 2010/003, 06/EQ/2012, 08/EQ/2012, 2010/07/CAB/PROGOU/EQ, 2010/08/CAB/PROGOU/EQ.

Ulrich Malessa uploaded a new Document 25 February 2013

This article (in German) describes the implementation of a DDS in practical ways in a company and how the FSC certification system can help to implement each step. A flow chart shows a step by step how to go about when an operator plans to order timber products.

Sophie Lemaitre uploaded a new Document 10 January 2013

This compendium highlights 16 experiences and the resulting lessons from the VPA process.

Sophie Lemaitre uploaded a new Document 10 January 2013

Proceedings of the Regional Conference on "Experiences from the VPA process in West and Central Africa" held in Accra from 23 - 25 October 2012

Roser Cabré-Verdiell Surribas posted Information 13 November 2012

The United States, the European Union and Australia are large producers and consumers of timber and timber products. In recent years these consumer countries have taken steps to combat trade in illegally harvested timber and timber products more effectively.

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