What you can do to help get out the word about sustainable wood products?

Caring for our forests is not something that we can do alone. With only 10% of the world’s forests certified as sustainably managed, we need your help to ensure that our forests can live on for future generations to enjoy.

From making responsible choices when you go shopping to getting involved in standard setting, or even giving your feedback on the work that we do, there are numerous ways that you can get involved and help promote sustainable wood products while protecting our forests.

Look for the Responsible Wood label

One of the simplest ways you can help protect our forests is to look for the Responsible Wood label on products. When you see the Responsible Wood label, it means that the forest-based material within the product comes from a Responsible Wood-certified forest. This is a forest that is managed in line with the strictest environmental, social and economic requirements. A forest that will be around for generations to come.

Buy certified products

The best way to keep our forests is to use them, but we must use them sustainably. If there is one thing you can do, it is to buy Responsible Wood-certified products. There is a huge range of Responsible Wood-certified products available, and as we are international, you can find them all round the world, no matter where you live!
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Get certified

Whether you're a forest owner or company within the forest supply chain, get Responsible Wood and PEFC certified and help protect the world's forests.

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Find certified

Find certified Responsible Wood timber, paper and wood products. Verify that a company is Responsible Wood certified. Search for Responsible Wood certified companies and products

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Become a member

Demonstrate your commitment and activate your support to forests by becoming a Responsible Wood stakeholder member.

Contribute to our standards

Contribute to our standards

From giving feedback through an online public consultation, to helping drive the development of a standard by joining a working group, you can help us to ensure our standards meet your expectations.