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From
8 June 2016 to 6 July 2016
in Telford (United Kingdom)
Organised byCentre for International Development and Training (CIDT, University of Wolverhampton

The Improving Forest Governance course is a 4-week, UK-based residential
course that covers a variety of forest governance issues. The course is
conducted in English, French and Spanish with simultaneous interpretation
and is taught by experienced tutors from the Centre for International
Development and Training, as well as leading international experts and
practitioners on forest governance, climate change, REDD+ and
multi-stakeholder processes from the UK and abroad. Participants are immersed
in training and benefit from high quality field trips, including visiting a
Chatham House Illegal Logging update meeting in London.

Christophe Legrand posted Information 14 February 2017

Dear members,

Please find attached the PDF files of the InfoPoint session organised by DEVCO-C6 unit - Sustainable Energy & Climate Change on 2nd February 2017 in Brussels with Wetlands International for the World Wetlands day.

Valerie de Liedekerke uploaded a new Document 7 February 2014

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

Anna Begemann posted Information 11 February 2015

This training material can be used to inform about the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), FLEGT and related topics, such as legality, certification, verification, or chain of custody.

Valerie de Liedekerke uploaded a new Document 10 February 2014

Appendix A of the Sabah TLAS.

Faith Doherty uploaded a new Document 16 December 2014

JAKARTA: The clear-cutting of forests to make way for oil palm plantations is driving a wave of illegal logging in Indonesia, fundamentally undermining efforts to bring much-needed reform to the nation’s forestry and timber sectors.

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