Category Archives: ILLEGAL LOGGING

MUSICIANS: TAKE A STAND AGAINST ILLEGAL LOGGING

Sign the petition against downgrading the Lacey Act which aims to combat the illegal trade in timber
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TIMBER TRADE SUSTAINABILITY IN THE NEXT TEN YEARS

The emphasis now is in legality, but it will move on to sustainability
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AUSTRALIA TO INTRODUCE ILLEGAL LOGGING LEGISLATION

Aligns Australia with other initiatives such as the US Lacey Act and EU Timber Regulation.
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GIBSON AND THE LACEY ACT – A GAME CHANGER IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

The only way to ensure legality is to demand full traceability and transparency at all levels of the supply chain
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PARLIAMENT TO DEBATE UK BAN ON ILLEGAL TIMBER

Caroline Lucas MP pushing Private Members Bill to strengthen UK law beyond EU timber legislation
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HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOUR HOME WAS BEING DESTROYED?

Video to be shown at opening of International Year of the Forests
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GIBSON GUITARS COMMITS TO FSC AND PROMISES ELIMINATION OF ILLEGAL TIMBER FROM SUPPLY CHAIN

FSC commitment follows investigation of Madagascan rosewood purchases under Lacey Act
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SURVEY REVEALS WIDESPREAD IGNORANCE OF ILLEGAL TIMBER USE IN THE UK

50% of consumers are unaware that the wood used in products on the UK market may have originated from illegal logging.
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UK GOVERNMENT DROPS ILLEGAL TIMBER COMMITMENT

Due Diligence legislation will not be backed up by UK law
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EU VOTES BY HUGE MAJORITY FOR BAN ON ILLEGAL TIMBER

MEP's vote 644-25 in favour of 'due diligence' legislation obliging users to check provenance of imported timber
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