When timber leaves an FSC-certified forest, it ensures that companies along the supply chain meet FSC’s best practice standards. When a product bears the FSC logo, you can be sure it’s been made from responsible sources. In this way, FSC certification helps forests remain thriving environments for generations to come, by helping you make ethical and responsible choices!
FSC doesn’t set these standards alone, they consult with their global network of environmental, social, and economic members to ensure that forest standards represent everyone’s needs, from Indigenous Peoples to endangered animal species.
FSC members include some of the world’s leading environment groups (WWF and Greenpeace), social organizations (the National Aboriginal Forestry Association of Canada), businesses (Tetra Pak and Mondi PLC) as well as forest owners and managers, processing companies, campaigners, and much more.