The Forest Transparency Initiative (FTI) is a searchable repository of information on the logging and wood processing concessions and companies operating in forest rich countries of Central Africa. The FTI aims to make relevant, credible and up-to-date information on logging, wood processing and timber trading companies operating in Central Africa, publicly available to decision-makers, consumers and other forest/timber stakeholders through a one-stop shop website. Concession data is currently available for the Republic of Congo. More information will be added as the tool develops.
In partnership with national governments, the World Resources Institute has produced interactive Forest Atlases for six countries in the Congo Basin that provides users with information about land use allocation (forest concessions, protected areas, community forests, mining permits, etc.) within national forest estates.
Access the Forest Atlases here:
- Updates on FLA's latest activities
- Greetings from the new FLA Manager: Chip Barber
- The Lacey Act and the governance of the Brazilian forest sector
- Revelations on Indonesian illegal logging send clear message to governments and buyers
- Recent publications
- In the news
- Upcoming events
An overview of Taylor Guitar's efforts to guarantee a legal and sustainable ebony supply.
A discussion of the development of Ghana's Timber Legality Assurance System.
Agenda for the meeting.
Helveta's barcode and tracking systems.