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A Family’s Wealth   
(21/10/2016)

This story is part of RECOFTC’s Livelihood Improvement through Generation and Ownership of Forest Information by Local People in Products and Services Markets, or ForInfo Project. The project is being implemented from 2011-2014.


Community-Based Natural Resource Management in PNG (PNG/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

Guidelines intended to guide the next phase of rural engagement in Papua New Guinea and provide practical guidance for people involved in planning for and implementing community-based management of natural resources (CBNRM), both terrestrial and marine.


Is it High Time to Take Timber Tracking High Tech? (Asia Pacific/2012)   
(20/11/2013)

A summary of key considerations for designing and implementing timber tracking systems identified at a 2011 multistakeholder workshop on the role of timber tracking technology in promoting transparent timber trade in Asia, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Luang Prabang Teak Program SOP1: Plantation Registration (Lao PDR/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

The first of 4 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) documents providing practical guidance for local teak growers in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR on how to legally register their plantations and access responsible markets.


Luang Prabang Teak Program SOP2: Pre-Entry Assessment (Lao PDR/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

The second of 4 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) documents providing practical guidance for local teak growers in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR on how to legally register their plantations and access responsible markets.


Luang Prabang Teak Program SOP3: Forest Inventory (Lao PDR/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

The third of 4 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) documents providing practical guidance for local teak growers in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR on how to legally register their plantations and access responsible markets.


Luang Prabang Teak Program SOP4: Wood Sales (Lao PDR/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

The last of 4 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) documents providing practical guidance for local teak growers in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR on how to legally register their plantations and access responsible markets.


Managing Forests as a Renewable Asset for Present and Future Generations (PNG/2013)   
(24/02/2014)

A review of the illegal logging issue, potential risks associated with unverified timber, options to mitigate that risk and uptake of legality and sustainability standards in PNG, with the aim of contributing to the management of PNG’s forests as a renewable natural asset for the collective benefit of all Papua New Guineans.


Panduan Praktis OMS Untuk Pengelolaan Hutan Kolaboratif (Indonesia/2013)   
(23/02/2014)

Practical guidelines for training civil society organizations to facilitate the negotiation of Collaborative Forest Management (CFM) agreements with communities affected by the operations of production forest concessions in Indonesia.


Petunjuk Teknis Internal Audit SVLK (Indonesia/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

Practical guidelines to help natural, plantation and community forest managers prepare for an SVLK-LK internal audit. SVLK-LK is Indonesia's national timber legality assurance standard, mandatory for wood and paper product exports.


RAFT Story of Change: A Brighter Future for Forests in Lao PDR   
(25/02/2014)

In the teak farms around Luang Prabang, what was once considered waste wood is now finding its way to eco-friendly markets on the other side of the world. The increased earnings are a good thing for Lao farmer Kao Sisompou, who has a grandchild on the way and school fees to pay.


RAFT Story of Change: Balancing Bottom Lines in the Forest   
(20/11/2013)

Balancing Bottom Lines in the Forests


RAFT Story of Change: Grounding the REDDisphere   
(02/12/2013)

A new global movement to spare the world’s tropical forests from complete destruction in the name of fighting global warming is known by its acronym, REDD+.


Responsible Asia Forestry & Trade (RAFT): Program Overview 2013   
(13/12/2013)

Provides a brief overview of the evolution of the RAFT partnership program, with a focus on RAFT activities in 2013.


Small Forest Enterprises   
(17/02/2016)

The goal of this event is to better understand and communicate the challenges small forest enterprises face in participating in the legal and sustainable wood products trade, and to identify potential tools and models to overcome and remove barriers.


The Ecology of Responsibility   
(25/02/2014)

How to engage with people and organizations working for Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade.


Timber & Forestry E-news   
(20/11/2013)

Timber & Forestry E-news


Consensus Building Steps   
(20/11/2013)

Consensus Building Steps


Is it High Time to Take Timber Tracking High Tech? (Asia Pacific/2012)   
(20/11/2013)

A summary of key considerations for designing and implementing timber tracking systems identified at a 2011 multistakeholder workshop on the role of timber tracking technology in promoting transparent timber trade in Asia, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Legality Framework Guidance Note   
(13/12/2013)

This document has been prepared to help better understand National Legality Frameworks


Managing Forests as a Renewable Asset for Present and Future Generations (PNG/2013)   
(24/02/2014)

A review of the illegal logging issue, potential risks associated with unverified timber, options to mitigate that risk and uptake of legality and sustainability standards in PNG, with the aim of contributing to the management of PNG’s forests as a renewable natural asset for the collective benefit of all Papua New Guineans.


Nghia Phat Bring Sustainable Furniture to Consumers   
(21/10/2016)

Vietnamese furniture maker Nghia Phat Wooden Furniture Co. Ltd., which exports garden furniture to the US and Europe and counts French retail giant Carrefour among its customers. Nghia Phat sources raw materials from ecologically diverse landscapes worldwide, such as acacia from Malaysia and eucalyptus from Uruguay and Brazil.


RAFT Story of Change: On the Trail of Responsible Timber   
(25/02/2014)

How can you know if your dining room table is legal and truly ‘green’? One major furniture retailer found the answer by going to China to meet its suppliers and tracing the factories’ timber supplies all the way back to the forest. This is one example emerging from the era of responsibility in forestry and timber trade.


The Ecology of Responsibility   
(25/02/2014)

How to engage with people and organizations working for Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade.


Two More Companies Commit to Environmental and Social Responsibility   
(21/10/2016)

From 2010 to 2014, Vietnam lost 204,630 hectares of natural forest as a result of increased demand for timber and agricultural land. The Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN) in Vietnam calls for enterprises to transform markets to support the protection of valuable and threatened forests.


Community-Based Natural Resource Management in PNG (PNG/2013)   
(25/02/2014)

Guidelines intended to guide the next phase of rural engagement in Papua New Guinea and provide practical guidance for people involved in planning for and implementing community-based management of natural resources (CBNRM), both terrestrial and marine.


Is it High Time to Take Timber Tracking High Tech? (Asia Pacific/2012)   
(20/11/2013)

A summary of key considerations for designing and implementing timber tracking systems identified at a 2011 multistakeholder workshop on the role of timber tracking technology in promoting transparent timber trade in Asia, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Legality Framework Guidance Note   
(13/12/2013)

This document has been prepared to help better understand National Legality Frameworks


Managing Forests as a Renewable Asset for Present and Future Generations (PNG/2013)   
(24/02/2014)

A review of the illegal logging issue, potential risks associated with unverified timber, options to mitigate that risk and uptake of legality and sustainability standards in PNG, with the aim of contributing to the management of PNG’s forests as a renewable natural asset for the collective benefit of all Papua New Guineans.


RAFT Story of Change: A Brighter Future for Forests in Lao PDR   
(25/02/2014)

In the teak farms around Luang Prabang, what was once considered waste wood is now finding its way to eco-friendly markets on the other side of the world. The increased earnings are a good thing for Lao farmer Kao Sisompou, who has a grandchild on the way and school fees to pay.


RAFT Story of Change: Balancing Bottom Lines in the Forest   
(20/11/2013)

Balancing Bottom Lines in the Forests


RAFT Story of Change: Grounding the REDDisphere   
(02/12/2013)

A new global movement to spare the world’s tropical forests from complete destruction in the name of fighting global warming is known by its acronym, REDD+.


Solomon Islands Timber Legality Guidelines   
(20/11/2013)

Solomon Islands Timber Legality Guidelines


The Ecology of Responsibility   
(25/02/2014)

How to engage with people and organizations working for Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade.


Is it High Time to Take Timber Tracking High Tech? (Asia Pacific/2012)   
(20/11/2013)

A summary of key considerations for designing and implementing timber tracking systems identified at a 2011 multistakeholder workshop on the role of timber tracking technology in promoting transparent timber trade in Asia, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


RAFT Story of Change: On the Trail of Responsible Timber   
(25/02/2014)

How can you know if your dining room table is legal and truly ‘green’? One major furniture retailer found the answer by going to China to meet its suppliers and tracing the factories’ timber supplies all the way back to the forest. This is one example emerging from the era of responsibility in forestry and timber trade.


TFF NewsLetter Apr-2013   
(20/11/2013)

TFF NewsLetter Apr-2013


The Ecology of Responsibility   
(25/02/2014)

How to engage with people and organizations working for Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade.


Timber & Forestry E-news   
(20/11/2013)

Timber & Forestry E-news