Responsible Trade: PRESENTATIONS
  1. 2008. International Workshop on Country Practices in Compilation of International Merchandise Trade Statistics. Presentation: Item 12: Trade System,Re-exports and Re-imports, Customs Procedure Codes and Free Zone Administration. UN Economic Commission for Africa. 12-16 November 2007, Addis Ababa (pdf)
  2. Using Satellite Imagery to Detect Illegal Logging: Global Forest Watch's Experience in Cameroon. Susan Minnemeyer. (pdf)
  3. 2007. An Overview of WWF GFTN Activities to improve Forest Management in Ghana. Abraham Baffoe, WWF-WARPO. Chatham House Illegal Logging Update and Stakeholder Consultation, London, UK. 24-26 January 2007. (pdf)
  4. 2007. Addressing Conservation Community Concerns in Forest Management in West & Central Africa. Abraham Baffoe, Forest Programme Leader, WWF-WARPO. West and Central Africa Tropical Timber Investment Forum: Issues and Opportunities for Investment in Natural Tropical Forests: 28-30 August 2007, Accra, Ghana. (pdf)
Asia and the Pacific
  1. The extent and causes of illegal logging: an analysis of a major cause of tropical deforestation in Indonesia. Charles E. Palmer. 2000.CSERGE Working Paper.(pdf)
  2. Illegal forest activities in the Asia Pacific Rim. Arnoldo Contreras-Hermosilla. 2001. Forest Trends.(pdf)
  3. Assessment of Illegal Logging: Russian Far East Case Study. Denis Smirnov. Forest Transparency Workshop. Global Forest Watch . A Practitioners Workshop on Promoting Transparency in the Forest Sector:   Best Practices for Detecting Illegal and  Destructive Commercial Logging. May 29-31, 2002(pdf)
  4. Combating Illegal Logging in Russia: Case study of Primorsky Region. Alexey Morozov. Greenpeace Russia (pdf)
  5. Action plan for the cooperation in combating illegal logging and the trade in illegally logged timber and wood products between the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and the Ministry of Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia (pdf)
  6. G8 Illegal Logging Dialogue: Reaching out to Chinese legislators (pdf)
  7. How illegal timber is coming into China: Greenpeace findings and recommendations - Case of merbau (pdf)
  8. Information exchange for the development of sustainable wood process industry (pdf)
  9. China's timber sourcing in future (pdf)
  1. 2010. EU FLEGT Update. (pdf)
  2. 2010. Action on illegal logging: measuring impacts. (pdf)
  3. 2010. Promoting Good Governance through Development Aid: the European CommissionÕs approach. (pdf)
  4. 2009. Promoting Responsible FM & Timber Trade in South East Asia. Dr. Chen Xiaoqian. RAFT China. 21 April 2009. Beijing, China (pdf)
  5. 2002. EC Workshop on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade. Neil Scotland and Sabine Ludwig. Brussels, April 22-24, 2002 (pdf)
  6. Controlling the International trade in illegally logged timber and wood products. UK Department for International Development. Duncan Brack, Kevin Gray, Gavin Hayman. 2002. (pdf)
  7. Illegal Logging and Illegal Activities in the Forestry sector.Mr. Carl-Eric Guertin, Communications Manager, Quebec Wood Export Bureau (Q-WEB) (pdf)
  8. Illegal Logging and Illegal Activities in the Forestry sector. (Expert Paper). Mr. Carl-Eric Guertin, Communications Manager, Quebec Wood Export Bureau (Q-WEB)<(pdf)
  9. Certified Forest Products Markets. Dr. Ewald Rametsteiner, Certification Expert, Institute of Forest Sector Policy and Economics. (pdf)
Latin America and the Caribbean
  1. 2014. Bulkan Timber Works. (pdf)
  2. 2008. The Promise and Perils of Agricultural Trade Liberalization: Lessons from the Americas. Working Group on Development and the Environment in the Americas. Presentation by Mamerto Perez and Timothy A. Wise. July 2008. (pdf)
  3. 2008. Foreign Direct Investment in Argentina and Brazil. Developmental and Environmental Impacts. Presentation of the Report Foreign Investment and Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Americas. By Andres Lopez. June 2008 (pdf)
  4. 2008. FDI and the environment in Chile. Some Inputs. Presentation by Nicola Borregaard. Working Group on Development and Environment in the Americas. June 2008. (pdf)
  5. 2008. FDI and Economic Development in Costa Rica: The Tico Tiger that Hasn't… Presentation y Eva A. Paus, and Carol H. Collins. Carnegie Endowment for Peace. (pdf)
  6. 2003. Land Use Change in Brazil: Integrating Ecology, Economics and Policy. Marcellus Caldas. 2003. Harvard University. (pdf)
North America
  1. 2014. International Market Access Helping Alberta Companies Compete Globally. (pdf)
  2. 2014. Saskatchewan Forestry Sector Overview. (pdf)
  3. 2010. The Lacey Act: A tool in U.S. Efforts to Combat Illegal Logging. (pdf)
  4. 2010. Lacey Act Primer. (pdf)
  5. Increasing Marketing Opportunities of Lesser Known Wood Species and Secondary Wood Products in Tropical Central America and Mexico. Vlosky and Aguirre.(pdf)
  1. 2011. Sustainable Development in the Forest Sector Balancing production and consumption in a challenging economic and political environment (pdf)
  2. 2003.Law, Technology and the Environment in Natural Resource Management: Forestry and Illegal Logging. Article 13 (UK), January 2003. Paul Toyne.(pdf)
  3. 2002. Law Compliance in the Forestry Sector: An Overview. Arnoldo Contreras-Hermosilla. 2002. World Bank Institute.(pdf)
  4. 2001. Developing Forest Stewardship Standards - A Survival Guide. Taiga Rescue Hannah Scrase and Anders Lindhe. 2001.(pdf)
  5. 2001. Intergovernmental Actions on Illegal Logging. 2001. RIIA.Duncan Brack and Gavin Hayman.(pdf)
  6. 1997. Global deforestation, timber and the struggle for sustainability. Stephan Schwartzman and Molly Kingston. 1997. Environmental Defense Fund (pdf)
  7. Strategies to Combat Illegal Logging and Forest Crime. Forest Trends. Anonymous.(pdf)
  8. Illegal Logging effects on forest products markets and certified forest product markets. Mr. Ed Pepke, Forest Products Marketing Specialist, UNECE and FAO Timber Branch, Trade Development and Timber Division(pdf)
  9. The Illegal Timber Trade:The Problem & Potential Solutions (pdf)
  10. Special topic: information on illegal logging and related trade (pdf)
date revised: 3 January, 2017