Certification forestière

11 December 2020 16:28

Fatimah Mohammad élue membre du conseil d'administration international de PEFC

 

Le Programme d’approbation de la certification forestière (PEFC) a élu Fatimah Mohammad de l’IBB à son conseil international de 14 membres lors de sa 25e assemblée annuelle tenue en novembre dernier.Lire la suite...


07 November 2019 09:51

On 22 October 2019 the National Forest Stewardship Standard for Bosnia and Herzegovina FSC-STD-BiH-01-2019; see link: https://fsc.org/en/document-center/documents/427316c2-c332-4fdf-93bf-f326add4b503 was published and will become effective on 22 March 2020. Lire la suite...


16 November 2018 23:15

At the PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) General Assembly which took place this week in Geneva, Switzerland, the members adopted a new benchmark of requirements that forest owners or managers must meet to get PEFC certification.Lire la suite...


21 October 2016 10:43

Almost two years after receiving a complaint lodged jointly by the ITUC and the BWI regarding three state-owned Fijian forestry companies, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) have decided not to disassociate the firms, turning a blind eye to their anti-union behaviour.Lire la suite...


08 September 2016 10:56

In a landmark decision the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) International Board of Directors have chosen to disassociate from Malaysian timber company Sabah Forest Industries (SFI) and their Indian parent Ballapur Industries Limited (BILT) due to repeated violations of the workers’ rights of members of the Sabah Timber Industry Employees Union (STIEU).Lire la suite...


29 July 2016 13:56

Members of the Sabah Timber Industries Employees Union (STIEU) working at one of Malaysia's largest timber companies, Sabah Forest Industries (SFI), have struggled for decades to have their union recognised. Lire la suite...


29 July 2016 12:47

Members of the Sabah Timber Industries Employees Union (STIEU) working at one of Malaysia’s largest timber companies, Sabah Forest Industries (SFI), have struggled for decades to have their union recognised.Lire la suite...


30 June 2016 10:32

On 27 July 2016, the Sabah High Court dismissed a judicial review case that had been filed by SFI/BILT, stating that the Minister had discharged his duty appropriately in compliance with the obligations of the Department of Industrial Relations.Lire la suite...


20 June 2016 13:54

Now that the Sabah High Court has adjourned its decision regarding the SFI/BILT judicial review case until 27th June, SFI/BILT should withdraw the proceedings preventing the recognition of the Sabah Timber Industries Employees Union (STIEU) to maintain their forest certification, according to the Building and Wood Workers’ International (BWI). Lire la suite...