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PEFC Global Statistics, December 2018

About PEFC

By the end of 2018, over 309 million hectares of forest area was PEFC certified, and more than 11,400 PEFC Chain of Custody certificates had been issued.

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By the end of 2018, over 309 million hectares of forest area was PEFC certified, and more than 11,400 PEFC Chain of Custody certificates had been issued.

2018 PEFC Week newsletter

PEFC Week newsletter

As the PEFC alliance grows, we continue to work together as a global team, collaborating and supporting each other: moving forward together – and 2018 was a great example of this. Find out more in our 2018 PEFC Week newsletter.

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As the PEFC alliance grows, we continue to work together as a global team, collaborating and supporting each other: moving forward together – and 2018 was a great example of this. Find out more in our 2018 PEFC Week newsletter.

23rd General Assembly minutes

General Assembly minutes

The 23rd PEFC General Assembly took place in the Movenpick Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland.

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The 23rd PEFC General Assembly took place in the Movenpick Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland.

Minutes from the November 2018 Board meeting

Board minutes

This meeting took place at the PEFC International office in Geneva, Switzerland.

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This meeting took place at the PEFC International office in Geneva, Switzerland.

Forests for Fashion: From the forests to your wardrobe

Forests for Fashion

Our forests have so much to offer us. Cork, and yarns from cypress, beech and eucalyptus trees, are all softer and more breathable than cotton or silk. Fabrics similar to leather can instead come from our hardwoods and conifers. These cellulose fibers are also extremely environmentally friendly.

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Our forests have so much to offer us. Cork, and yarns from cypress, beech and eucalyptus trees, are all softer and more breathable than cotton or silk. Fabrics similar to leather can instead come from our hardwoods and conifers. These cellulose fibers are also extremely environmentally friendly.

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