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5th PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue

More Labels on Products an Important but Under Utilized Consumer Solution – Key PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue Conclusion

Demand for commodities for consumer products, such as soy, beef and palm oil, cause more than 70% of global tropical deforestation, and consumers trust certification labels – more than brands – as assurance for sustainability commodity production. These are two of the many takeaways of the 5th PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue, which last month gathered over 150 stakeholders in Paris, France.

Supported by Metsä Group, PEFC Portugal/CFFP and Suzano Pulp & Paper, and co-hosted by PEFC International and PEFC France, the Stakeholder Dialogue marked the final day of PEFC’s 2014 Forest Certification Week.

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Under the theme of ‘Addressing Deforestation: joining forces to stimulate demand for sustainable forest products’ the PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue provided an opportunity to hear a wide range of expert views on this challenging subject and gather stakeholder views on key opportunities and solutions that forest certification and PEFC might positively impact.

Find out what else happened during the Stakeholder Dialogue!

PEFC Forest Certification Week 2014 in pictures...

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Stakeholder Dialogue
All the photographs from PEFC's 5th Stakeholder Dialogue!

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Photographs of the 19th PEFC General Assembly, including the speech by Mr. Stéphane Le Foll, French Minister for Agriculture, Agrifood and Forestry.

Mark your calendar: The 2015 PEFC Forest Certification Week will take place 7 - 12 December 2015 in Montreux, Switzerland.

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Photographs from the 5th PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue

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See all the photos from the PEFC 2014 Stakeholder Dialogue on flickr!