EUDR & FSC
EU Regulation on Deforestation-free Products (EUDR) and the FSC mission are mutually reinforcing. We are committed to continue fighting deforestation and degradation in Europe and worldwide.
Asia-Pacific Region Celebrates Over 10 Million Hectares of FSC-Certified Forests
Forest Stewardship Standards for Thailand developed
Unpacking the Success of the #FSCAPACsummit 2023
The recent FSC Asia-Pacific Summit 2023, held in Foshan, Guangdong, China, has concluded successfully, making a lasting impact on the field of sustainable forestry.
FIA Formula One World Championship™ to use FSC-certified tyres by Pirelli Milestone reached with Pirelli’s continued commitment to responsible sourcing
FSC Asia-Pacific Showcases Sustainable Forestry Stories in New Magazine
The FSC Asia-Pacific team has launched "FSC Made in Asia-Pacific," an exciting new lifestyle concept magazine. Featuring inspiring interviews and valuable business insights, this publication aims to demonstrate the benefits of supporting sustainably sourced forest products to businesses and consumers while immersing them in the dynamic vitality of diverse Asian cultures.
The EUDR is a reality.
The EU Regulation to curb global deforestation and forest degradation (EUDR) has become a reality. It is now up to all of us to make the EUDR a success!
Vietnam gains new FSC Interim Forest Stewardship Standard for Non-Timber Forest Products
The FSC Interim Forest Stewardship Standard (IFSS) for Non- Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) for Vietnam has been published and becomes effective on 15 October 2023.
EUDR & FSC
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From Concern to Action: New Research Reveals Consumers Prioritize Forests in Sustainable Shopping
One of the world’s largest consumer studies on forests reveals a strong commitment to address biodiversity and climate concerns through sustainable shopping.
A new global study commissioned by FSC with Ipsos is one of the largest of its kind, surveying 26,800 consumers in 33 countries. It provides new insights into what consumers are concerned about, who they trust to address these concerns, and how they’re acting individually through their purchases to affect change.