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We offer management consulting services to clients throughout the forest products value chain, from resource providers to end users. Our unique experience allows us to recognise relevant driving forces and assess their impact on client business. We help clients capture strategic opportunities and avoid pitfalls.

One main area of our expertise lies in strategy formulation and execution regarding raw materials, markets and products. For instance, we help our clients find new business prospects in raw materiel procurement or better predict the competitive environment.

Another main area of our skills is to combine our leading-edge industry expertise and management consulting know-how with the best practices in the fields of sustainable ecosystem management and biodiversity protection such as supporting our clients in forest management and chain of custody certification.

Recent study:
Billion hectares of land have potential for forest restoration

We complement the skill set of client organisations with our wide and deep industry specific perspective. Our working methods range from technical analysis to process facilitation and from sparring to scenario workshops. We work well on every level of client organisations. With our unique understanding of the whole forest industry cluster, we can interpret trends or nuances in client business landscapes.

 

You can find some historical background information about central Eurpoean forestry here



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2018-04-02 04:47 |

INBAR welcomes an important delegation from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, including President Zhang Xinsheng 29 March 2018 – With under 90 days to go, INBAR is delighted to announce several more key speakers and participants to its Global Bamboo and Rattan Congress (BARC2018). These include a sizeable representation from the International […]

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2018-04-02 03:53 |

A new children's book teaches the sustainable traditions of West Timorese honey hunters

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2018-04-01 06:03 |

Forests provide half our nation’s water, support millions of jobs, store carbon, produce timber, offer vast recreational opportunities, provide habitat to thousands of species, and generate billions of dollars in annual economic activity.

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2018-04-01 05:27 |

Thinning, Mowing and Prescribed Fire completed earlier this year has helped firefighters battle the Milli Fire outside of Sisters.

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2018-04-01 05:20 |

What Hansen really focuses on is telling the story of fire management and mitigation in the West, layered with the added context of history, science, landscape, and human behavior.

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2018-04-01 05:10 |

Forests know no jurisdictional bounds.

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2018-03-31 19:34 |

The funding fix helps avoid “fire borrowing” and treats wildfires similarly to other natural disasters.

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2018-03-30 23:52 | The UN Division for Sustainable Development in DESA is accepting applications for side events during the 2018 session of the UN High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF). Guidelines are provided for the application process.

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2018-03-30 23:13 | Scientists have made a fundamental discovery about how fires on the edges of tropical forests control their shape and stability. The study implies that when patches of tropical forest lose their natural shape it could contribute to the catastrophic transformation of that land from trees to grass.

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2018-03-30 03:12 |

A decade-long study of cutthroat trout in the Oregon Coast Range has found that logging practices conducted in accord with the Oregon Forest Practices Act had no adverse impacts on coastal cutthroat trout and coho salmon populations or movements, Oregon State University reported.

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2018-03-29 19:10 |

The National Military Fish & Wildlife Association has awarded Texas A&M Forest Service the 2018 Natural Resources Conservation Management Conservation Partnership Award. 

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2018-03-29 19:00 | In a statement announcing the termination of its membership with FSC, Greenpeace makes reference to PEFC, claiming that it is a "weaker certification scheme" that "cannot guarantee either legality or minimum responsible forest management practices on the ground". PEFC strongly refutes these...

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2018-03-29 18:22 | The report titled ‘Smoke on Water: Countering Global Threats from Peatland Loss and Degradation’ summarizes contributions by 30 experts from 15 organizations analyzing the threat to peatlands from agriculture, forestry, resource extraction, and infrastructure development. The Brazzaville Declaration, signed by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of Congo, and Indonesia, aims to protect the Cuvette Centrale region in the Congo Basin.

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2018-03-29 18:07 | Liberia’s NAP project is the first African project to be financed by the GCF. It aims to advance the NAP process for medium-term investment planning in climate-sensitive sectors, including agriculture, energy, waste management, forestry and health, and in coastal areas in Liberia. Delegates attending a workshop in PNG agreed on priority actions for establishing a strategic framework and work plan for PNG’s Climate Change and Development Authority, the lead government climate change agency.

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2018-03-29 15:54 | A new 53 million-year-old insect fossil called a scorpionfly discovered at B.C.'s McAbee fossil bed site bears a striking resemblance to fossils of the same age from Pacific-coastal Russia, giving further evidence of an ancient Canada-Russia connection.

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2018-03-29 15:17 |

CEPI, the European association representing the paper industy has been closely monitoring market developments in reaction to the material waste import ban by the Chinese authorities including paper for recycling.

The import restrictions have caused disruption to the European markets and the countries where paper collection is comingled have been the first to be hit. This comingling practice raises the risk of contamination from other materials which can reduce the quality of paper for...

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2018-03-29 13:11 | Rubicon shares rise after CEO Moriarty says ArborGen on track to more than double earnings- Rubicon shares rose 9.1 percent after chief executive Luke Moriarty told shareholders its sole asset ArborGen is on track to more than double annual earnings. “We have great belief in the potential future upside in ArborGen,” Moriarty told shareholders at the annual general meeting in Wellington, according to speech notes published on the NZX.

The stock rose 2 cents to 24 cents in early...

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2018-03-29 12:46 | New Zealand exported more than one million cubic metres of softwood logs in January, only the second time in the country’s history that such a high volume has been shipped in the month. The country exported 1.1 million cubic metres of softwood logs overseas in January this year, up 32 percent on January 2017, according to data from Global Trade Information Services published in AgriHQ’s monthly forestry market report. That’s the highest level for the month since 2014 and only...

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2018-03-29 12:30 | Cross laminated timber, glue laminated timber… engineered wood is making it easier than ever to construct houses quickly, efficiently, at low cost, and most importantly, sustainably! And PEFC-certified material is at the heart of this trend. Importantly, architects that are choosing to...

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2018-03-29 12:09 | New Zealand has increased log exports to China in February 2018 by 55.9% to 1,17 million m3 with average price of NZ$164 per m3, according to Statistics New Zealand data.

China’s share in News Zealand log exports has gained 10 pp to 75.8%. The supplies to Korea declined 24.7% to 162.4 thousands m3, and to Japan dropped 38.1% to 98.8 thousands m3. In February 2018, total log exports from New Zealand...

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