Our projects build capacity, raise awareness, conserve nature and streamline sustainability through innovation
The aim of this project was to bring together technical, national and sub-regional experts from Central Africa, to facilitate an understanding of the technical and administrative aspects of the main instruments for promoting legality in Central Africa – FLEGT and forest certification schemes.
A Panda-prize project awarded by WWF-Denmark pioneering re-wilding in Denmark. We prepared an analysis of the possibilities to establish a national park in a Danish forest.
The project focuses on ‘real life’ forest planning, management and land use operations in six EU member states: Sweden, Ireland, Poland, Spain, Austria and Hungary.
This project prepared a conservation plan for a military area and nature reserve in Estonia.
Experts from NEPCon participated in a project developing efficient tools for verification of legal wood in Russia. The project was implemented by WWF in collaboration with the Russian Federal Forest Agency and four pilot forest operations.
The Maliau Basin is one of the most pristine areas of tropical rainforest on Borneo, home to endangered species such as orangutans, leopards, pygmy elephants and hornbills. NEPCon has entered into…
The results of the project "Certification of Forest Contractors (CeFCo) in five European countries were unveiled in February 2012. Around 80 forest managers, contractors, and auditors joined…
At an Environmental Finance conference this month, financers signalled strong interest to invest in forest carbon projects.