Our projects build capacity, raise awareness, conserve nature and streamline sustainability through innovation
This project developed guidelines and criteria for selecting forest areas of high importance and conducted woodland nature value assessments across Estonia.
Management planning and stakeholder consultation for the Nemunas River Basin formed an integral part of Lithuania's adaptation to the EU Water Framework Directive.
This project assisted the Turkish Cypriot community to prepare for NATURA 2000 implementation in the northern part of Cyprus.
Our very first project produced operational guidelines for sustainable forestry in Denmark in a multi-stakeholder process. The guidelines later evolved into the Danish FSC Forest Management Standard.
This project builds the capacity of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Cameroon to trade in legal timber. This will help the SMEs to meet requirements arising from the EU FLEGT process and the EUTR.
In collaboration with the Danish Forest Contractors' Association and the Danish Forestry Extension, NEPCon is launching the project "Contractor Certification - a shortcut to certifying small scale…
A broader inclusion of tropical forests in certification schemes seems more realistic as indigenous and local communities' land ownership rights are becoming recognized.
A new project focusing on innovative ways of providing access to certification for small forest operations in Denmark will soon be launched.