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This month we’re indulging a bit by using this December issue front cover as a giant Christmas card to all our readers in the UK and across the world.
Only with uniform enforcement and due diligence support for importers can the EUTR keep illegal timber off the EU market, says Indra Van Gisbergen, forest and development campaigner at NGO, Fern
The International Softwood Conference shone a spotlight not just on trade trends, but also the industry’s urgent need to rise to environmental challenges, says TTF president Charles Hopping
I don’t know if you are one of those people who look forward to a UK General Election.
Due diligence is a continuous process, says Xiao Ma, sustainability manager at the Timber Trade Federation
Getting Brexit wrong has far reaching consequences but by working together the building products sector can rise to meet the challenges, writes John Newcomb, CEO of the Builders Merchants Federation
The issue of fire and timber has been in the news again recently.
The IMM’s role is to monitor timber trade impacts of the EU FLEGT VPA initiative, and market responses to it, writes lead consultant Sarah Storck
Thomas Goebel, chief executive of German Timber Trade Federation GD Holz, was recently appointed the new secretary-general of the European Timber Trade Federation. His mission is to develop its role further as a voice to government, a communication platform and a plug into the global marketplace
It’s the end of another summer holiday period and at the time of writing the weather was thankfully on the way up, at least in the south-east of England.