Launched in 2003, the GFTN-Indonesia is the Indonesian chapter of the Global Forest and Trade Network (GFTN), WWF's initiative to eliminate illegal logging and improve the management of valuable and threatened forests. GFTN is active in nearly 30 timber producer and consumer nations in Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia.
GFTN-Indonesia aims to support forest certification and responsible wood sourcing by facilitating trade links between companies committed to achieving and supporting responsible forestry.
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Rattan keeps forests standing in Borneo
Sustainably produced rattan helps secure vital habitat for wildlife while improving livelihoods.
Responsible sourcing of forest products beneficial for businesses, new WWF report shows
Strong responsible forest products sourcing policies can bring numerous tangible business benefits, ...
“Ordinary People, Simple Choices, Great Change” – WWF-China Green Walk raises awareness about forest conservation
The walk kicked off WWF-China's forest awareness campaign.
A New Committee Formed to Oversee the Implementation of the Zanzibar Declaration
In reaffirming commitments against illegal trade in timber and other products, the representatives ...