Forest certification in North America Public Deposited

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  • Forest certification—or, as it is sometimes called, green certification—aims to identify forestland that is managed to meet agreed-upon standards and, sometimes, to label products originating from those forests. The underlying goal of forest certification is to promote forest practices that are environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable over the long term. However, because of disagreement and uncertainty about the meaning of sustainability, most certification systems make more modest claims.
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