Paper from Portugal – more forests, better future, is a campaign to raise awareness of Portuguese pulp and paper products as a European success story, combining sustainability with high quality standards. Our aim is to challenge misconceptions about the industry and to provide facts showing that Portugal’s paper industry actually contributes to forestation and is a source of natural wealth.
Forestry South Africa (FSA) is South Africa’s premier and largest forestry organisation representing growers of timber in South Africa. The Association’s membership includes all 11 corporate forestry companies active in the Industry, approximately 1 300 commercial timber farmers and some 20 000 emergent small scale growers who between them own or control no less than 93% of the total plantation … Read More
IPEF (Forestry Science and Research Institute) was created in 1968, as a nonprofit institution. Its mission is to promote the scientific, technological and sustainable development of the forest sector. The mission of the forest protection program (Protef) in IPEF is to promote the establishment of integrated management of forest pests, study the insect pests, plant pathogens and the occurrence of … Read More
The Forest Industry Research Centre (FIRC) is focused on issues as they relate to the forestry value chain to create economic and environmental sustainability of forest industries. Research concentrates on tropical and sub-tropical forestry and the processing of novel commercial species to support a strong value-added processing sector.