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FSC Standards – What Makes a Responsible Forest?

At EcoChoice, we frequently talk about the fact that the timber we supply around the UK is FSC-certified. It might be a term you have heard before or a certification logo you have seen on paper, cardboard or wooden products, but what does it actually mean?

What is the FSC doing to tackle climate change?

The FSC manage forests in a way that does not cause irreparable damage to the environment or communities within its locality. However, you might be wondering what the FSC is doing to tackle climate change and the effects of global warming, and we’ve put this piece together to enlighten you.

How to check if an unlabelled product is FSC certified?

What do you do if a product does not have the FSC® logo on it? Is it still FSC® certified or is it from a non-certified or perhaps even illegal source? The product may in fact still be certified by the FSC, but there are a few steps you can take to ensure it is as outlined in this blog.

What is the FSC?

FSC stands for the Forest Stewardship Council which is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting responsible forest management worldwide. Here we explain why you should choose FSC certified products and explain why our forests need sustainable management.

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