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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Timber

Nordic Federation of Building and Wood Workers / Est. 1952
European Hardwood Federation / Est. 1960
International Furniture Rental Association / Est. 1967
Association of Furniture Industries of Asia
European Association of Furniture Technology Institutes
International Wood Centre, Sgonico
Global Flooring Alliance / Est. 1989
Nordic Timber Council
Scandinavian Committee for Research in Wood Technology
International Centre of Wood Technology
European Network for the Forest and Wood Sector Industries / Est. 1991
Department for Timber Utilisation / Est. 1935
Council of Asia-Pacific Furniture Associations / Est. 1980
European Timber Exporters' Convention / Est. 1935
Corporation européenne des ébénistes restaurateurs / Est. 1996
Executive Committee for the Common Market of the European Federation of the Plywood Industry / Est. 1958
ASEAN Forest Products Industry Club / Est. 2001
Federation of Nordic Fibreboard Industries
ASEAN Rattan Regeneration Centre, Indonesia
Union européenne des tapissiers garnisseurs-décorateurs-selliers et maroquiniers
Documentation Centre for International Timber Trade / Est. 1967
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers / Est. 1949
Futon Association International / Est. 1983
Parquet européen
European Federation of the Mining Timber Associations / Est. 1960

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World Problems relating to Timber

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Logging of old stand forests
Threatened species of Aramides wolfi
Threatened species of Cottus leiopomus
Threatened species of Orussidae
Threatened species of Phoeniculidae
Criminal offences against the environment
Threatened species of Curculionidae
Threatened species of Columba
Shortage of firewood
Threatened species of Gallinago nemoricola
Threatened species of Strix davidi
Threatened species of Nymphalidae
Unsustainable development of forest lands
Threatened species of Artamidae
Threatened species of Parulidae
Threatened species of Columba palumboides
Threatened species of Columba torringtoni
Threatened species of Myopus schisticolor
Threatened species of Odontophorus leucolaemus
Threatened species of Odontophorus melanonotus
Threatened species of Columba argentina
Threatened species of Xiphydriidae
Threatened species of Rhinoclemmys annulata
Threatened species of Rhinoclemmys rubida
Threatened species of Rhinoclemmys nasuta

Action Strategies relating to Timber

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing diversified wood production
Using available timber resources
Managing non-timber forest resources
Using wood as fuel
Instituting integrated forest management
Improving wood preservatives to protect the environment
Constructing from timber
Monitoring timber production
Conserving Appalachian and mixed mesophytic forest ecoregion
Using sylvo-pastoral systems of agriculture
Clearing forest
Restricting industrial logging
Certifying wood
Creating wood storage system
Protesting woodchipping of native forests
Managing hardwood forests
Destroying pests of wood
Preserving wood
Ensuring profitable wood industry
Classifying woods
Educating about wood
Studying wood anatomy
Promoting exchange of wood-working skills
Growing wood for fuel
Increasing research on non-wood forest resources

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