North America

Author(s)

Emily Kaldjian

A wood buyer from Washington State and his lumber mill, J&L Tonewoods, were indicted last week on charges of purchasing illegally harvested big leaf maples from the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in violation of the Lacey Act. The act bans illegal wildlife and timber trafficking, and the seven counts of the indictment are the first alleging violations within the United States.

Content:

  1. Updates on FLA's latest activities
  2. Greetings from the new FLA Manager: Chip Barber
  3. The Lacey Act and the governance of the Brazilian forest sector
  4. Revelations on Indonesian illegal logging send clear message to governments and buyers
  5. Recent publications
  6. In the news
  7. Upcoming events
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Kathy Abusow
Affiliation: 
Sustainable Forestry Initiative

This presentation gives an update on the status of the SFI certification program.

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Caitlin Clarke
Affiliation: 
World Resources Institute
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Adam Grant
Affiliation: 
World Resources Institute

This report explores the first Gibson Guitar case and explains the FSC system.

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