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PEFC Global Statistics, December 2015

About PEFC

By the end of 2015, over 272 million hectares of forest area was PEFC certified, and more than 10,700 PEFC Chain of Custody certificates had been issued.

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By the end of 2015, over 272 million hectares of forest area was PEFC certified, and more than 10,700 PEFC Chain of Custody certificates had been issued.

Minutes from the December 2015 Board meeting

Board minutes

Meeting took place during PEFC Forest Certification Week in Montreux, Switzerland.

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Meeting took place during PEFC Forest Certification Week in Montreux, Switzerland.

PEFC Annual Review 2014

Annual Review

In 2014 we undertook and supported a range of initiatives advancing us along the journey towards the tipping point for certified sustainable forest management and the resulting products.

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In 2014 we undertook and supported a range of initiatives advancing us along the journey towards the tipping point for certified sustainable forest management and the resulting products.

Wood & wood fibre procurement policy

PEFC certification and you

A sample procurement policy for sourcing wood-based products in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

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A sample procurement policy for sourcing wood-based products in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

Benefits of Project Certification

Construction

When it comes to individual construction projects, the construction industry faces specific challenges when proving that the timber specified and supplied is from certified sustainable sources. Project Certification has been designed as a mechanism for gaining independent verification of the use of certified timber in a one-off project such as a construction project which has a limited duration.

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When it comes to individual construction projects, the construction industry faces specific challenges when proving that the timber specified and supplied is from certified sustainable sources. Project Certification has been designed as a mechanism for gaining independent verification of the use of certified timber in a one-off project such as a construction project which has a limited duration.

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