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本指南为出版物《 木材及纸制品的可持续性采购： 指南和资源包摘录、 该出版物对于在购买木材及纸制品时要考虑的10大关键问题和相关资源进行了概述。本指南寿为特别有兴趣了解“ 可持续性采购的合法性要求' 方面的用户而氯要查看《 木材和纸制品的可持续采购指南》 、 请访问 www.SustainableForestProducts.org.
This booklet provides an overview of key legality issues in the global wood trade that businesses should consider when purchasing wood and paper-based products. Topics covered include trade regulations (e.g., the Lacey Act, the European Union Timber Regulation, and the Australian Illegal Logging Prohibition), public and private procurement policies, trade bans, and resources for meeting legality requirements.
The Forest Legality Alliance partnered with Imazon, the Amazon Institute of People and the Environment, to build on ImazonGEO, a map server tool that provides map-based information about the Brazilian Amazon. The “legality” section of the map server allows users to select from a list of exporting companies and locate the geographic origin of the wood on the map. Information available includes:
The Spanish Timber Trade Federation (AEIM) has developed a risk assessment tool, "Madera Legal", that allows users to learn about timber producing countries. The tool includes information about main product categories sourced from these countries and legality and governance concerns, and provides a risk rating and recommendations for due diligence steps.
Madera Legal (website is only available in Spanish; use Google Chrome browser to auto-translate pages)
The Illegal Logging Portal, hosted and maintained by Chatham House, provides information on illegal logging and the trade in illegal timber.
Global Forest Watch (GFW) is a dynamic online forest monitoring and alert system that unites satellite technology, open data, and crowdsourcing and provides access to timely and rel
WWF’s Global Forest & Trade Network and TRAFFIC have developed The Common Framework for Assessing Legality of Forestry Operations, Timber Processing and Trade - also known as the Common Legality Framework.