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Forests for Fashion: for the SDGs

Forests for Fashion

The ‘Forests for Fashion’ initiative brings together the work of many designers, all inspired to use forest-derived materials for their creations.

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The ‘Forests for Fashion’ initiative brings together the work of many designers, all inspired to use forest-derived materials for their creations.

Developing a National Forest Certification System: Your Toolkit

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Designed to address the needs of organizations leading standard setting processes, the Toolkit provides a step-by-step guide to developing a national forest certification system aligned with PEFC’s international requirements. It gives hands-on advice for practitioners, summarizes complex requirements and captures recommendations from PEFC and its existing members who have completed the same process.

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Designed to address the needs of organizations leading standard setting processes, the Toolkit provides a step-by-step guide to developing a national forest certification system aligned with PEFC’s international requirements. It gives hands-on advice for practitioners, summarizes complex requirements and captures recommendations from PEFC and its existing members who have completed the same process.

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.

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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