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Sustainability

OUR FOUR CORE VALUES

Responsible forest management

We aim to enhance the benefits healthy forests bring to our ecosystems, while recognising the subsistence needs and customary rights of local communities and indigenous peoples

Local training and education

Our teams are actively engaged in community consultations to ensure we respect local customs and our contributions have meaningful value

Transparent supply chain

Since 2013, Woodbois has run a due diligence process inspired by EUTR/ FLEGT, which includes a checklist of documents required for screening

Climate change mitigation

Aligning our activities to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Woodbois is also committed to developing a Natural Capital Assessment based on the protocol provided by the Natural Capital Coalition.

report

2020 Integrated Report

Taking a lead in sustainable forestry, our annual sustainability reports allows us to share useful information, enhance transparency and compile data relating to the economic, environmental and social impacts of our operations

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forest management

Sustainable forest management

Woodbois is committed to responsible and ethical forestry. We aim to enhance the benefits healthy forests bring to our ecosystems, while recognising the subsistence needs and customary rights of local communities and indigenous peoples

business cycle

From tree selection to delivery

The forest industry is a prime example of a circular economy:

production

Newly equiped production facilities

We have modern sawmill sites in both Gabon and Mozambique along with on-site kilns and veneer production

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