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Evaluation and revision of the Sabah TLAS standard and audit checklists

The current report outlines the evaluation and revision of the Sabah Timber Legality Assessment System (TLAS) requirements carried out as part of the project managed by WWF Malaysia: Advancing a legal and sustainable global timber trade through the EU FLEGT action plan. The work has been possible...
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SVLK In The Eyes Of The Monitor: Independent Monitoring and a Review of the Implementation of The Timber Legality Verification System 2011-2013

This report is created by JPIK an Independent Forest Monitoring Network in Indonesia . JPIK was formed to to actively contribute to improving good forest governance by ensuring credibility and accountability of the Indonesian TLAs (SVLK) formed through the FLEGT VPA between Indonesia and the EU...
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SVLK Flawed: An Independent Evaluation of Indonesia's Timber Legality Certification System

The Study found the following shortcomings: Since its inception the SVLK standard was weakened repeatedly. SVLK certifies operations which are not in compliance with various government regulations. SVLK certifies operations which are not sustainable. SVLK certifies operations which may source...
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Advancing a sustainable Global Timber Trade through the EU FLEGT Action Plan

The 2nd Sabah's FLEGT stakeholder Consultation Meeting was held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah on the 14th-15th January 2013. This consultation meeting was the follow-up session after the Sabah's FLEGT Kick Start Workshop that was held in October 2012. WWF-MY and Sabah Forestry Department (SFD) jointly...
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The Dark Side of Green Growth: Human Rights Impacts of Weak Governance in Indonesia’s Forestry Sector

This 68-page report finds that illegal logging and forest-sector mismanagement resulted in losses to the Indonesian government of more than US$7 billion between 2007 and 2011. Indonesia recently introduced reforms to address some of these concerns and has been touting its forestry policies as a...
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