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Pasubio pledges no more links to deforestation in Ayoreo Totobiegosode lands, but is this enough?

20.12.2023 Italian tannery announces it’s ready to halt commercial ties to suppliers

Despite landmark law, Europe faces tough test to end role in global forest loss (commentary)

16.05.2023 Success of EU's landmark deforestation law far from assured 

EU must strengthen planned corporate sustainability due diligence law to prevent business-as-usual in global supply chains

31.03.2023 A Long-awaited EU directive on corporate sustainability due diligence nears key votes in European Parliament. MEPs must improve vital aspects of the text

Fresh G7 sanctions fail to stop multibillion-dollar “conflict timber” trade

01.03.2023 New sanctions missed opportunity to prevent cash flows into the pockets of key Putin allies

"Hurt The Dictator": Q&A With Belarusian Dissident Andrei Sannikov

31.01.2023 Andrei Sannikov outlines the urgent need for strong sanctions on Belarusian timber

EU agrees on much needed landmark law, but work still needed to fully protect forests and communities

06.12.2022 The final agreement compromised between contrasting priorities

Key changes blocked by industry at “make or break” FSC meeting in Bali

15.11.2022 Green label’s ‘multi-stakeholder approach’ fails to deliver for forests and forest peoples

If it truly aspires to leadership on climate and forests, the US must first break its addiction to the products driving their destruction

08.11.2022 The US has pledged to end deforestation, but it continues to fund destruction overseas via imports of forest-risk commodities

The Fixers: Key Findings From The Investigation

29.09.2022 Court leak reveals go-betweens, failing law helped Brazilian flooring giant flood USA with suspect wood

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