Resources

Browse and download our latest resources related to forest law enforcement. Simply scroll down the list to browse the available files or click on the links below to jump directly to your category of interest.

News releases
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23 October 2008

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17 October 2007

Yokohama, Japan

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6 November 2006

Yokohama, Japan

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25 May 2006

Mexico City, Mexico

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21 June 2005

Brazzaville, Republic of Congo

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13 December 2004

Yokohama, Japan

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24 July 2004

Interlaken, Switzerland

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23 July 2004

Interlaken, Switzerland

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8 November 2003

Yokohama, Japan

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3 November 2003

Yokohama, Japan

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7 July 2003

Yokohama, Japan

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28 June 2002

Yaoundé, Cameroon

,1,6,7,

27 May 2002

Yokohama, Japan

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18 May 2002

Denpasar, Indonesia

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13 May 2002

Denpasar, Indonesia

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5 November 2001

Yokohama, Japan

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3 November 2001

Yokohama, Japan

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30 October 2001

Yokohama, Japan

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29 October 2001

Yokohama, Japan

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2 June 2001

Yaoundé, Cameroon

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14 December 2000

Yokohama, Japan

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4 November 2000

Yokohama, Japan

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30 October 2000

Yokohama, Japan

Reports
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May 2008

This report describes developments in forest certification worldwide, with a focus on the tropics, including a review of progress towards increasing the comparability and acceptance of forest certification systems. Additional documentation: Unedited Annexes (see next item)

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May 2008

These unedited annexes contain country case studies of certication initiatives in country list.

,6,10,11,12,

July 2007

This report gives an overview of trends in the US tropical timber market.

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10 October 2006

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2006

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the forest management situation in all 33 of ITTO's producer member countries. Using information submitted by the countries themselves and supplemented by data from a wide range of other sources, it addresses the policy and institutional settings in each country, the approaches taken to the allocation and management of resources, and the status of management of those resources.

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2005

The first comprehensive overview of efforts being made at the local, national and international levels to address illegal forest operations, this joint FAO/ITTO publication analyses and distils available knowledge in a set of best practices for decision-makers.

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September 2001

This wide-ranging mission identifies corruption, illegal logging and illegal trade as major impediments to sustainable forest management and makes sweeping recommendations for the reform of the Indonesian forest sector.

TFU Articles
Forest and protected area management in Cameroon

2008 No 1

Improving forest governance in the Republic of Congo

2008 No 1

Illegal sawnwood in the East Province of Cameroon

2007 No 3

Measuring the impacts of illegal logging

2007 No 3

Keeping track of Guyana's logs

2007 No 2

Meetings

2007 No 2

Fighting illegal logging in Indonesia

2007 No 1

On the conference circuit

2007 No 1

Meetings

2007 No 1

Papua New Guinea – the other side of the story

2006 No 4

Tracking the wood

2006 No 4

Meetings

2006 No 4

On the conference circuit

2006 No 3

Recent editions

2006 No 3

New forest treaty agreed

2005 No 4

Brazil gets new forest law

2005 No 4

Recent editions

2005 No 4

Topical and tropical

2005 No 4

Meetings

2005 No 3

ITTO reinforces commitment to forest law enforcement

2005 No 2

On the conference circuit

2005 No 2

Recent editions

2005 No 2

Letters, Noticeboard and Courses

2005 No 2

On the conference circuit

2005 No 1

Out on a limb

2004 No 4

IUCN sets its agenda

2004 No 4

On the conference circuit

2004 No 4

Out on a limb

2004 No 3

On the conference circuit

2004 No 2

Tropical and topical

2004 No 2

Tropical and topical

2004 No 1

Council outcomes

2003 No 4

Moving mahogany

2003 No 4

Making concessions in Brazil

2003 No 3

Brazil's bold initiative in the Amazon

2003 No 3

Some doubts about concessions in Brazil

2003 No 3

Laying down the law in Peru

2003 No 3

Enforcing the law

2003 No 3

Lag-time of the law

2003 No 3

Fellowship report

2002 No 2

The global problem of illegal logging

2002 No 1

Documenting the undocumented

2002 No 1

Achieving sustainable forest management in Indonesia

2002 No 1

Monitoring mahogany

2002 No 1

Policy failure: the accomplice of illegal trade

2002 No 1

Ecuador's new approach to enforcing forest law

2002 No 1

Point of view

2002 No 1

ITTO takes a stand on forest law enforcement

2001 No 4

Fellowship report

2001 No 1