Since 1994, we have worked to realise projects driving positive changes around the world.
Throughout 1997, NEPCon was responsible for coordinating the Secretariat of the Danish Working Group for elaboration of FSC guidelines for forest certification.
In collaboration with the Sabah Foundation, we engaged in a unique project aiming to conserve some of the world’s most significant rainforests under threat
Initiated by the Danish Parliament, this project developed guidelines to help institutions ensure that the timber they purchase is produced in a legal and sustainable manner.
The project prepared, implemented and institutionalised a management plan for Maliau Basin in Sabah. The area, also known as “the Lost World”, is famous for its inaccessibility and pristine condition.
On 1 March 2014, NEPCon and our Vietnamese partner Sustainable Forest Management Institute (SFMI) launched a new project. The aim is to equip Vietnamese small and medium sized enterprises with the know-how for satisfying FLEGT requirements and EUTR related buyer demands.
The Maliau Basin is one of the most pristine areas of tropical rainforest on Borneo, home to endangered species such as orangutans, leopards, pygmy elephants and hornbills. NEPCon has entered into a five-year collaboration with the Malaysian-based Sabah Foundation to protect and…
The results of the project "Certification of Forest Contractors (CeFCo) in five European countries were unveiled in February 2012. Around 80 forest managers, contractors, and auditors joined industry and NGO representatives at the Portugal event to signal strong cross-sector support…