TFD’s ENA FLEG Joint Civil Society and Forest Industry Preparatory Event
TFD convened an ENA FLEG preparatory event in St. Petersburg from November 2-3, 2005. Representatives from civil society and the private sector, worked together to prioritize eight recommendations for consideration during the November 22-25, 2005 Ministerial Conference. These recommendations are articulated in the Co-Chairs' Summary document.
Co-Chairs’ Summary - English - Russian
Blaser, Jurgen. Forest governance and forest law enforcement focussed to the ENA region: issues overview
Canby, Kerstin. Comparison of multi-stakeholder statements on illegal logging and associated trade.
de La Rochefordiere, Antoine. and Andrey Zakharenkov. Independent 'Validation of Legal Timber' programme (VLTP): Russian Far-East Khabarovsk Region.
Dunning, Gary, James Griffiths and Stewart Maginnis. Joint civil society and industry preparatory event: Europe and North Asia Forest Law Enforcement and Governance Ministerial Process.
Karpachevskiy, Mikhail. Challenges of ENA FLEG: Russian NGO's perspectives.
Kulikova, Elena. Learning from common work: examples of collaborative partnership at the national level.
Myllynen, Anna-Liisa. Creating value: partnerships for responsible wood procurement.
Petrov, A.P. Illegal logging: why does it take place and how to combat illegal forest activities in the Russian Federation.
Portin, Anders. Finnish Perspectives on ENA FLEG.
Elements of St. Petersburg Declaration. Draft, 20 October 2005.
Europe and North Asia (ENA) FLEG Ministerial Process International Steering Committee (ISC), Moscow, Russia. February 21-22, 2005. Meeting Summary.
Europe and North Asis (ENA) Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) Preparatory Conference. Moscow, Russia, 6-8 June 2005.
Forest Law Enforcement and Governance. Newsletter #1 September 2005.
General Comments on MD and IAP as of October 10, 2005
IISD Europe and North Asia FLEG Bulletin. Volume 110, No. 1. The World Bank.
List of Comments for Draft #3 of the 'Building Blocks' Towards The Saint Petersburg Declaration as of October 8th, 2005.
Teplyakov V, Saint-Laurent C, Pakhorukova K and Shmatkov N. 2005. The Beginning of the ENA FLEG Process in Russia: Civil Society Insights. IUCN Global Temperate and Boreal Forest Programme, Moscow, Russia.
Savcor Indufor Oy. Ensuring sustainability of forests and livelihoods through improved governance and control of illegal logging for economies in transition. Discussion paper for The World Bank.
World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the International Council of Forest and Paper Associations. Joint Position paper to informthe Europe and North Asia (ENA) Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) Ministerial Process. 26 September 2005.