PROMOTING FAIR AND SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY THROUGH PROCUREMENT

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FERN - tracking EU policies, focusing on forests
FERN is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and a Dutch Stichting created in 1995 to keep track of the European Union's involvement in forests and coordinate NGO activities at the European level.
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English, French, Portuguese, Spanish

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  • Europe/EU
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FERN

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Houtdatabase
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Dutch

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  • Netherlands
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Houtdatabase

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Helpdesk certified wood
Helpdesk for the whole building chain, helping representatives to answer their questions on among others sourcing certified timber, implementing policies, writing directives and specifications and obtaining chain of custody certification. Free of charge.
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Dutch

Country:
  • Netherlands
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Centrum Hout/ Royal Netherlands Timber Trade Association (2013)

Author:

Eric D. de Munck

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Learning Legacy
Lessons learned from the London 2012 construction project
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English

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  • UK
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Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) (2012)

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Ihobe.net
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English, Basque, Spanish

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  • Spain
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Ihobe.net

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Bakeaz
Promote GPP also for forest products
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Spanish

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  • Spain
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Bakeaz

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Progetto "Cittá amiche delle foreste"
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Italian

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  • Italy
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Greenpeace Italy

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The Green Public Procurement Information Network
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English

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  • Italy
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Green Public Procurement Information Network (2010)

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L´association technique internationale des bois tropicaux (Atibt)
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French

Country:
  • France
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L´association technique internationale des bois tropicaux

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