GFTN-China was officially launched on March 8, 2005 as a joint programme between WWF China and WWF Hong Kong to serve greater China(including Hong Kongand Taiwan). The goal of GFTN-Chinais to eliminate illegal logging and improve the management of valuable and threatened forests in China and in countries supplying wood and fibre to China. GFTN-China also serves as a forum for Chinese companies to demonstrate that they are producing and purchasing forest products in a responsible manner.
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EU countries failing to halt illegal timber trade
A survey by WWF confirms that many EU countries are still failing to halt the entry of illegal wood ...
GFTN Newsletter – July 2014
Special Edition: Responsible Asia Forestry & Trade Partnership (RAFT)
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In 2011, the world’s first FSC-certified rattan forests premiered in Laos. Three years later, WWF ...
WWF West Africa Forest Programme Office Transitions into Nature and Development Foundation