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      06-07-18
Greenpeace leaves FSC label In a communiqué, the non-governmental Environmental protection organization Greenpeace announces its withdrawal from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a certification guaranteeing responsible management of global forest resources. Greenpeace, which has nevertheless participated in the foundation of the label, considers that "the performance of the implementation of the FSC label is not uniform according to the regions", involving in particular the FSC controlled wood standard. The organization recalls that "the best thing to do [...] is to reuse forest products as much as possible, by focusing on products made of alternative fibres that are responsible for the recycling of wood. Greenpeace recognises that FSC 100% certification is a useful tool but challenges the lack of transparency in supply areas. The organisation also warns against less ambitious labels such as PEFC.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Le Papetier de France / France
Tendence 2019 with New Hall 12 The completion and subsequent occupancy of Hall 12 offers new possibilities from the year 2019. The Tendence takes advantage of this opportunity and adapts the structure of the fair even more to the different trading forms and purchasing target groups.                                                                                                                                                PBS Report /Germany 
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Greenpeace leaves FSC label In a communiqué, the non-governmental Environmental protection organization Greenpeace announces its withdrawal from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a certification guaranteeing responsible management of global forest resources. Greenpeace, which has nevertheless participated in the foundation of the label, considers that "the performance of the implementation of the FSC label is not uniform according to the regions", involving in particular the FSC controlled wood standard. The organization recalls that "the best thing to do [...] is to reuse forest products as much as possible, by focusing on products made of alternative fibres that are responsible for the recycling of wood. Greenpeace recognises that FSC 100% certification is a useful tool but challenges the lack of transparency in supply areas. The organisation also warns against less ambitious labels such as PEFC.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Le Papetier de France / France
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Greenpeace leaves FSC label In a communiqué, the non-governmental Environmental protection organization Greenpeace announces its withdrawal from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a certification guaranteeing responsible management of global forest resources. Greenpeace, which has nevertheless participated in the foundation of the label, considers that "the performance of the implementation of the FSC label is not uniform according to the regions", involving in particular the FSC controlled wood standard. The organization recalls that "the best thing to do [...] is to reuse forest products as much as possible, by focusing on products made of alternative fibres that are responsible for the recycling of wood. Greenpeace recognises that FSC 100% certification is a useful tool but challenges the lack of transparency in supply areas. The organisation also warns against less ambitious labels such as PEFC.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Le Papetier de France / France