Our projects build capacity, raise awareness, conserve nature and streamline sustainability through innovation
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.
This project was a study investigating if carbon standards and FSC Forest Management certification standards can be combined with field tests carried out in Vietnam.
An analysis examining the adequacy of existing national legislation to control imports of illegal timber to Estonia.
This project developed the capacity of the forestry and NGO sectors in the Turkish Black Sea region.
The Sabah State Forestry Department in Malaysia initiated a number of forestry initiatives and programs to improve forest management and to support the timber industry to meet international market requirements. This project focused on and evaluation of Principles 5 and 6 of the Sabah Timber Legality Assurance System (TLAS).
For the last three years, we have been working to support the legal timber trade in Vietnam, together with our partner SFMI, a Vietnamese NGO working on forest science and related topics.
The risk assessment process can be difficult to grasp. Different systems use different terms for risks, and understand risks in different ways – below we will try to provide a clear overview of…
On 30 August 2016, NEPCon and our Vietnamese partner SFMI launched an online training platform on FLEGT - the EU’s programme aimed at combatting illegal logging, improving forest management and…