The GFTN-Russia was founded by WWF-Russia in 1999 to promote sustainable forest management and voluntary forest certification.
Companies that join the GFTN-Russia make a public commitment to responsible forestry and credible forest certification. By doing so, they exclude the use of wood from unknown, illegal, and uncontrolled sources, while phasing in the use of wood from known, reliable sources.
Current participants in Russia
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