The focus of this project is on the development of land management and business plans for three designated protected areas in Malaysia, to increase and improve the management of these to make it more sustainable.
The project supported strengthening of the capacity of Kola Saami organisations to establish sustainable livelihoods for the Saami people in the Kola Peninsula.
In collaboration with the Danish Forestry Extension and the Danish Forest Contractors’ Association, NEPCon participated in a project that used contractor certification as a key tool to improve Danish smallholders’ access to certification.
The objective of the project was to elaborate and raise awareness about forest conversion issues in Southeast Asia through two country studies (Thailand and Cambodia), and present the study results at a stakeholder workshop.
This project involves the implementation of a survey in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia. The survey will measure changes in awareness about forest governance, such as illegal logging and corruption, among relevant stakeholders.
Copenhagen (17 March 2017) - Are you obliged by the EU Timber Regulation to set up a due diligence system to minimise the risk that you are placing timber on the market that has been harvested,…
Today, we publish the first in our new series of thematic articles on the EU Timber Regulation as part of our project ‘Support Legal Timber Trade’.
NEPCon and SEGES are now opening a case study programme that provides companies with the opportunity to identify and minimise the risks connected with sourcing palm oil, soy and beef in…