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PEFC Council Statutes

Organizational document

The PEFC Statutes define the objectives, structure and basic procedures of PEFC.

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The PEFC Statutes define the objectives, structure and basic procedures of PEFC.

PEFC Annual Review 2013

Annual Review

Momentum has been gathering strength in the world of sustainable forest management, propelled by issues such as climate change, but so it has at PEFC, as we started our new five-year management cycle based on our 2013-17 strategy. Find out more with our 2013 Annual Review!

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Momentum has been gathering strength in the world of sustainable forest management, propelled by issues such as climate change, but so it has at PEFC, as we started our new five-year management cycle based on our 2013-17 strategy. Find out more with our 2013 Annual Review!

PEFC Annual Review 2012

Annual Review

2012 was a pivotal year for us. As our previous five-year management period concludes, it is reassuring to see that we have achieved our main goal: the firm establishment, legitimacy and acceptance of PEFC in the sustainable forest management arena.

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2012 was a pivotal year for us. As our previous five-year management period concludes, it is reassuring to see that we have achieved our main goal: the firm establishment, legitimacy and acceptance of PEFC in the sustainable forest management arena.

PEFC Annual Review 2011

Annual Review

"Beyond timber" is the theme of the 2011 Annual Review, reflecting changes that have taken place over the past few years in the forest-based sector, among forest users and uses. It reflects the outlook for forest certification and PEFC.

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"Beyond timber" is the theme of the 2011 Annual Review, reflecting changes that have taken place over the past few years in the forest-based sector, among forest users and uses. It reflects the outlook for forest certification and PEFC.

PEFC Annual Review 2010

Annual Review

2010 was in many ways the 'Year of Society'. Our activities were aimed at ensuring increased attention to social issues and greater inclusion of previously disadvantaged or disenfranchised stakeholders in sustainable forest management. We also saw renewed efforts to readjust the balance between the three pillars of sustainable development: environmental protection, economic viability and social equity.

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2010 was in many ways the 'Year of Society'. Our activities were aimed at ensuring increased attention to social issues and greater inclusion of previously disadvantaged or disenfranchised stakeholders in sustainable forest management. We also saw renewed efforts to readjust the balance between the three pillars of sustainable development: environmental protection, economic viability and social equity.

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