Since 1994, we have worked to realise projects driving positive changes around the world.
This project provided targeted training to build the capacity of five West African countries to meet FLEGT requirements.
This project supported the alignment of national legislation, habitat classification and data handling in order to comply with EU nature conservation requirements, and supported Lithuania in the negotiations with the EU.
The Global Forest Registry is an online tool for responsible timber sourcing: An interactive world map with information on the risk of sourcing unacceptable wood from more than 150 countries. The site is being improved for enhanced user experience and is continuously furnished with data.
This project aimed to support and empower Belarusian environmental NGOs, and NEPCon assisted in preparing a strategy to encourage eco-labeling schemes through promoting active consumer choice and responsible industry approaches in Belarus.
The project developed a book popularising the results of a ground-breaking qualitative ethnobotanical study conducted in the Malaysian state of Sarawak.
NEPCon is co-launching a new project which aims to empower local NGOs to promote sustainable development in Belarus. The project has special focus on the role of NGOs in promoting credible eco-labelling schemes.