At the crossroads? A brief analysis of the European wood pellets market in 2022 and 2023
The European wood pellets market has been the world's largest for more than 15 years, driven by EU renewable energy policies authorising EU Member States to subsidise energy companies burning wood and the purchase of wood pellets...
Quel impact le RDUE aura-t-il sur les APV et le régime d'autorisation FLEGT ?
Cette année marque l’adoption de la réglementation de l'UE sur la déforestation (RDUE), loi qui va entraîner des changements importants dans le secteur du bois.
Comme le mentionne le texte de la réglementation, la mise en oeuvre...
Briefing Notes, NGO Statements
A Partnership of Equals?
How to strengthen the EU’s Critical Raw Materials Strategic Partnerships
Wiser with wood
New Fern/ClientEarth briefing: A guide on how to transpose the EU’s revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED III) to better protect forests, the climate, public health and other wood-using industries
How to tackle labour rights in the EU-Vietnam wood furniture trade
Vietnam is one of the world’s leading wood processing hubs and the European Union is a high value, strategic market for its wood and wooden furniture. Around 600,000 people are employed in wood processing and furniture manufacturing in Vietnam. Little has been said about labour rights in Vietnam’s wood sector. This report aims to rectify this. It is based on in-depth interviews with a sample of 40 workers from various sections of different wood processing and furniture manufacturing companies supplying to the EU.