Do you want to give your feedback as we revise our standard for group certification? But feel like you need more information on how the standard is changing? Then make sure you register for our upcoming webinars!
Taking place Monday 5 and Wednesday 7 February, these webinars will introduce and explain the main proposed changes to PEFC ST 1002 – the standard that defines the general requirements for forest certification systems with group forest management certification.
There will also be an open question and answer session – make sure you register now so you don’t miss out.
Two webinars on offer
We’re holding the webinar twice, at two different times, to ensure everybody around the world can take part:
Monday 5 February, 4:00 – 5:00 PM (CET)
Wednesday 7 February, 9:00 – 10:00 AM (CET)
Participation is limited to 100 participants per webinar, so be quick to reserve your place. However, if you can’t join, we will publish a recording on our standards revision website for later playback.
What is group certification?
Group certification is a mechanism through which groups of small-forest landholders can organize themselves, pool their resources and work together to achieve certification. This makes certification accessible for small-forest owners.
The key to successful group certification is to balance the need for robust implementation of our requirements with the need to be as resource efficient as possible.