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Rapport d’enquête sur le commerce mondial des bois précieux malgaches : bois de rose, ébène et palis

En juin 2009, Madagascar National Parks (MNP) a chargé Global Witness et l’EIA (Environmental Investigation Agency) d’enquêter sur les flux de bois précieux récolté illégalement dans les parcs nationaux de la Région SAVA, à Madagascar, ainsi qu’autour de ces parcs. Ce commerce illicite d’espèces rares et à forte valeur telles que l’ébène, le bois de rose et le palissandre alimente les marchés d’exportation en Chine, aux États-Unis et en Europe, où le bois sert à fabriquer du mobilier et des instruments de musique.

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Recent Blog Posts

South Korea Says "아니요" (No) to Illegal Timber
11/08/2018
South Korea has joined the ranks of countries prohibiting the import of illegal timber.
Not One More: Another Activist Silenced by Arrest in Madagascar
06/07/2018
Christopher Magnenjiky was arrested for obscure and unjust reasons mid-May 2018

Recent Reports

Authorized Plunder
12/12/2018
A new report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), Authorized Plunder, documents how the sale of 180,000 rosewood logs in Guinea-Bissau, enabled by the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), is fueled by high-level corruption, encourages illegal logging, and threatens local communities.
New legal risks for Japanese timber sourcing from Eastern Europe
09/28/2018
Eastern Europe’s Carpathian Mountains may seem remote for most Japanese, but lumber stolen from these ancient forests permeates Japan’s housebuilding sector. New reports from Romania and Ukraine reveal the extent of illegal logging, corruption, and bribery practiced by some of Europe’s largest wood processors.

Recent Press Releases

New LEED Credit Rewards Timber Transparency and Traceability
03/19/2019
New LEED credit rewards timber transparency and traceability
Alert: The Peruvian Government backs down in the fight against illegal logging
12/18/2018
While the Agency for Supervision of Forest Resources and Wildlife (Osinfor) has continued to identify illegal harvest and trade of timber in Peru, providing key information that has compelled other agencies to recognize and act upon the seriousness of illegality in the Peruvian forestry sector, on Wednesday, December 12 the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM) approved a Supreme Decree that undermines the independence of Osinfor by removing it from the PCM and relocating it within the Ministry of Environment (MINAM).

Recent Videos

În Spatele Scenelor: Cum se ascund distrugerile pădurilor antice din Europa
07/26/2018
În Spatele Scenelor: Cum se ascund distrugerile pădurilor antice din Europa
Behind The Scenes: How Log Yards Hide the Destruction of Europe’s Ancient Forests
07/13/2018
Behind the Scenes takes detailed look at how the Austrian timber giant Holzindustrie Schweighofer, one of the largest wood processors in Romania, continues to fuel the destruction of Europe’s last old growth forests, in spite of five years of pledges not to source timber from national parks or protected areas.
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