FLEGT

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FLEGTForest Law, Enforcement, Governance and Trade
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Another example of soft law implementation is the 2003 EU's Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade Action Plan (FLEGT), aiming at improving forest sustainable management and reducing illegal logging.
The Agreement brings Indonesia and EU to the respective ratification process to facilitate the complete execution of the FLEGT-VPA once both parties have approved the FLEGT licencing scheme.
Timber and timber products covered by valid FLEGT license and CITES permit are explicitly considered to comply with these new EUTR requirements.
FLEGT "also encourages the development of public procurement
The evidence suggests that many states with illegal logging problems axe tightening rather than relaxing legal controls, in part as a result of support from initiatives such as the EU's FLEGT, as well as due to pressure by consumer movements in important import markets.
These patterns can then be cross-referenced with the terms of various timber concessions and form both an inventory and a method of control in the Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPA) signed between the Congo Basin countries and EU in the frame of the FLEGT process (Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade).
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Europe an Union have signed an agreement to open negotiations towards the conclusion,of an agreement on the fight against illegal wood exports, called FLEGT (Forest Law Enforcement Government and Trade Agreement).
The European Union's policy to fight illegal logging and associated trade was defined in 2003 with the FLEGT Action Plan.
The EU-Indonesia Forest, Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) worked on forest governance in villages surrounding DSNP.
Di mame flegt shreyen:--a kholere, dos hot a pisk, freseruk!
Commission justifies this aspect of its FLEGT (Forest Law Enforcement, Governance, and Trade) scheme on the grounds that: an immediate requirement for sustainability has proven not only difficult to define, but beyond the abilities of many forest owners and managers to meet.