Five national risk assessments were developed to evaluate if biomass is produced in accordance to the SBP Sustainable Feedstock Standard. The assessments were carried out in five different countries, namely, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Denmark and Portugal.
In this project, NEPCon developed a tool to facilitate FSC and PEFC CoC certification. By integrating the requirements of the two standards into a single list and providing user guidance, companies are now facing a more straightforward job of complying with applicable rules.
Asssignments exploring and raising awareness of the value of grazing by wild animals as a nature management measure.
The project supported the national designation of Natura 2000 sites in Lithuania based on scientific criteria and public hearings.
The overall aim of this project was to achieve FSC group certification of private forest owners on a broad scale in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. For this, NEPCon developed a group certification toolkit for the Baltic countries.
On 24 August NEPCon  will launch the NEPCon Sourcing Hub, the biggest and most detailed collection of national commodity risk assessments that has ever been published . The risk assessments…
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