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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Largest forest concession in the Congo Basin receives FSC certification
The largest contiguous forest concession in the tropics is now FSC certified.
GFTN FY14 Annual Report
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Community forests in Gabon open economic pathways for locals, but future remains uncertain
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Trees, cows, sugar and 4 million people: water security in the uMngeni river basin
A New Generations Plantation (NGP) study tour to uMngeni basin in South Africa looked at how the ...