Another round of sociological surveys will be conducted as part of a study on the social and economic impacts of unsustainable forest practices and transboundary smuggling of wood products. The surveys will take place in the...[more]

The ENPI FLEG manual “Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance in the Russian Federation” has been officially approved as a textbook for higher education students specializing in forestry related subjects. This book,...[more]

On April 12 2012, the roundtable “Forest Management and Legislation Improvement in the Sphere of Forest Fire Prevention and Elimination” will be  held during the International Forestry Forum in Arkhangelsk (April 11-13,...[more]

A manual on "Criminal liability for unauthorized logging in Ukraine” was published by the World Bank under the ENPI FLEG Program in the country.The book contains methodological recommendations on the practical application of...[more]

On January 26, 2012 the Georgian Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources hosted the ENPI FLEG Program National Advisory Committee (NPAC) meeting.The meeting was attended by Ms. Mariam Valishvili, the First Deputy Minister of...[more]

From February 6 through March 2, 2012 the Global Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing Consulting Center GeoGraphic conducted training in geoinformation systems for the staff of the Forest Department of the Natural...[more]

In the framework of ENPI FLEG activities, WWF-Armenia is going to support the Dsegh community in the establishment of a tourism program as one of the pilot projects on alternative forest use in communities. The project is aimed...[more]

The acting Forest Code of Armenia was adopted in 2005 and introduced new and progressive forms of forest ownership, forest classification and principles of forest use. However, ENPI FLEG Armenia identified the need for additional...[more]

ENPI FLEG results and reports will be presented at a conference on “Important issues of the Belarus forest sector strategy” on April 10, 2012 in Minsk. More than 150 participants will attend the event at the State educational...[more]

A study on the scale of illegal logging in Moldova revealed that possibly around 500 000m3 of harvested wood went unrecorded in recent official documents by governmental authorities. This amount represents domestic consumption of...[more]

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