Marcação: Timber

Estudo de Caso do Projeto

Promovendo o comércio legal de madeira tropical – mudando o foco para proteger espécies superutilizadas em Gana

Datas do projeto: 2020-2021 Financiador(es): Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) Colaborador(es): Comissão Florestal de Gana, Conselho de Pesquisa Científica e Industrial para o Instituto de Pesquisa Florestal de Gana (CSIR-FORIG) Tipo(s) de iniciativa: Ferramenta, advocacia O Problema Existem mais de 50.000 espécies de madeira no mundo, mas apenas uma pequena parte delas é usada […]

Saiba mais...
Second legal and sustainable timber project complete

Second legal and sustainable timber project complete

At the end of March 2021, BVRio completed its second project funded by the UK government’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Forest Governance Markets and Climate (FGMC) programme. During the first project, running from 2015 to 2018, we adapted the Responsible Timber Exchange, originally developed for Brazil, to the circumstances of other tropical forest timber producer countries (Ghana, Liberia, Ivory Coast and Cameroon) and the consumer markets of the UK, EU and China.

Saiba mais...
Working with small operators to strengthen timber legality in Cameroon

Working with small operators to strengthen timber legality in Cameroon

Cameroon has vast forest resources that provide millions of people with jobs and subsistence products. The forest sector accounts for 8% of the country’s gross domestic product (FAO FRA 2015). Unfortunately, Illegal logging has long been recognised as a significant problem in the country, due to misuse of certain logging permits and lack of effective regulation and law enforcement (Hoare 2015).

Saiba mais...
Indonesian forestry sector

Analysis: Indonesian forestry sector

According to the FAO (2015), Indonesia has around 91 million hectares of forested land, which constitutes to 53% of the total land area. Indonesia has three categories of forest land: Conservation Forests, Protection Forests, and Production Forests. More than half of the Indonesian forest area is production forest and 87% is owned by the State.

Saiba mais...

Projeto de promoção de objetos design criados com madeira sustentável

Design & Madeira Sustentável é o mais recente projeto da BVRio, desenvolvido em parceria com o manejo florestal comunitário COOMFLONA, com apoio financeiro da Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA) e da Good Energies Foundation.   Tudo começou no início de 2017 com o desejo de fomentar o uso e consumo da madeira legal e certificada FSC® de manejo comunitário, e de

Saiba mais...

BVRio, Landscape Indonesia and the Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation announce partnership

BVRio, Landscape Indonesia and the Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation announce partnership to expand the Responsible Timber Exchange in Indonesia   29 March 2018 – BVRio, Landscape Indonesia and the Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) establish a partnership based on the mutual intention of pursuing sustainable forest management in Indonesia. Under the terms of the MoU, the three parties

Saiba mais...

Responsible Timber Trade Fair – Ghana

A unique international event BVRio is organizing the first international timber trade fair dedicated to promoting the trade of 100% legal and certified timber. The Responsible Timber Trade Fair will connect buyers and sellers of legal and certified timber products, focusing on West African timber. The event will be held in Accra, Ghana, 28 February – 2

Saiba mais...

PUBLICATION: Practical Guide to Conducting Due Diligence of Tropical Timber Products

Practical Guide to Conducting Due Diligence of Tropical Timber Products Rio de Janeiro, 12 October 2017 – Today, BVRio published a practical guide to facilitate conducting Due Diligence of tropical timber products. The objective of the guide is to summarise the main documents that need to be collected, and how to interpret them, in order to conduct due diligence of timber

Saiba mais...