Since 1994, we have worked to realise projects driving positive changes around the world.
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).
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 promoting legal timber trade.
Hanoi (30 August 2016) – Today NEPCon and SFMI launch an online training platform providing knowledge and ready-to-use tools on timber legality for Vietnamese timber enterprises and relevant stakeholders. This is part of the project “Increasing capacity of civil society organisations (…
A ground-breaking CSR project seeks to help Danish companies in responsible sourcing of forest risk commodities such as palm oil, soya, beef and rawhide. Several leading retailers in Denmark back the initiative.