Report: EU illegal timber crackdown delivering results

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Report: EU illegal timber crackdown delivering results

Independent evaluation concludes EU attempts to end imports of illegal timber are leading to improved forest governance

The EU's efforts to tackle illegal logging have helped curb demand for illegal timber and have helped improve forest governance in producer countries. That is the conclusion of a new report this week...

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