Parliament of Australia: Illegal Logging Prohibition Act of 2011 provides a helpful summary of Australia's Illegal Logging Act
EU Against Illegal Logging provides information on legislative action in the EU against illegal logging
Green Forest University provides green education and training to professionals in the forest products industry. The courses focus on the information, standards, and programs that underlie and drive the sales and marketing of environmentally-responsible forest products.
The species database will help you choose the most suitable wood species for your project. It contains the physical properties and illustrations of more than 150 commercial species, reproduced from the popular TRADA Red Books and Wood Information Sheets. You must register to log-in, but the service is free.
Need tips on buying and selling sustainable furniture? Visit the Sustainable Furnishings Council website for information.
View Eyes on the Forest, a joint project of WWF, Friends of the Earth and the Indonesian organization Jikalahari, to document problematic forestry practices in Riau, ground zero of the Indonesian pulp and paper sector.
View PulpWatch.org, an independent pulp monitor with specific information about mills around the world.
View Global Forest Watch for additional resources on the Indonesian forest sector.
View gra.nepcon.net, home of the FSC Global Risk Assessment, for country-by-country sourcing risk analyses.
View Smartwood’s country-specific legality standards for verifying compliance with sustainable forestry laws.
View whatsinyourpaper.com to understand the impacts of paper production and how it can result in one of the world’s most significant environmental challenges.
Check to see if your furniture and timber come from ecologically responsible sources. View Greenpeace New Zealand's Good Wood Guide.
View Forest Trends' resource library for reports on international forest products and the Lacey Act.
View the Tropical Forest Foundation's species bulletin page for information on the major tree species located in tropical forests throughout the world.
View the Wood Explorer's web site for a comprehensive database on the world's commercial wood species.
View information on illegal logging at a web site managed by the UK’s Chatham House, to get the latest news on the topic of illegal logging.
View the Environmental Paper Network's web site, a resource for purchasers, environmental organizations, industry, and individuals.
View the PulpWatch web site for news and analysis of the international pulp market.
View the Certisource web site for tips to eliminate illegal timber from your supply chain.