This report provides an overview of what we’ve achieved in 2021, with the help of our members, employees and stakeholders around the world. We are proud of the work we’ve been able to do as we continue to deliver against our ongoing commitments and goals to protect FORESTS FOR ALL FOREVER.
To showcase our successes over the past year, we’d like to share some stories and highlights from across the globe, which we have divided into 3 main categories, namely: Business | People | Nature
We invite you to join us as we share and celebrate the highlights of the past year.
FSC STORIES 2021
Groupe Française des Jeux (FDJ), a French lottery company, is now sponsoring the restoration and preservation of biodiversity in France.
Gabon has 22 million hectares of forests, of which about 15 million hectares are managed concessions, with only about 2 million FSC-certified hectares.
To achieve its mission and vision, FSC developed a set of ten principles and 70 criteria that apply to FSC-certified forests around the world.
Riga, the capital city of Latvia, has been successful with FSC certification for its entire urban forest, following other European municipalities like Paris, Lisbon and Amsterdam.
Since 2011, the Digital Communications Awards have been held every year to showcase groundbreaking ways social media is utilized for communication purposes.
Dawn breaks over the forests of the Mexican Yucatán, with a chorus of toucans in the treetops. Somewhere in the distance, a howler monkey bellows.
Tropical forests are home to two-thirds of the world's biodiversity, including thousands of different tropical tree species.
The 'period of silence' is the time of the year when wild animals breed.
Mbizi Farm in eastern Zambia is the first FSC certificate holder in Africa where wildlife management is fully integrated with commercial forest management objectives.