Issue Area: Certified Timber Harvesting

Aldo Leopold Foundation

In 1982, Leopold’s children, Starker, Luna, Nina, Carl, and Estella, all respected conservationists themselves, established the Aldo Leopold Foundation in response to the growing interest in their father’s legacy. For more than twenty years, the Aldo Leopold Foundation has promoted the care of natural resources and fostered an ethical relationship …

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Asia Network for Sustainable Agriculture and Bioresources(ANSAB)

Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Kathmandu, Nepal, the Asia Network for Sustainable Agriculture and Bioresources (ANSAB) is a civil society organization working for the conservation of biodiversity and the improvement of livelihoods across South Asia. It places community empowerment and economic incentives at the heart of its approach, believing …

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Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

Our Vision for the School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences: We bring unparalleled expertise, passion and commitment to address society’s needs for enhanced quality of life and sustainable development of our renewable natural resources. We are an integral part of sound economic development of the state, region, nation and world. …

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Center for Economic and Environmental Development CEED

Increasing community and regional leaders` understanding of how economic and environmental decisions can work hand in hand to bring a new vitality to Northwest Pennsylvania. The Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED) is based in Allegheny College in Northwest Pennsylvania. CEED`s mission isto improve the quality of life in …

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China Walls Ecovillage

The China Walls Ecovillage Trust is comprised of Richard Gill, Anna Dunbar and Tookie Gill. We are three individuals seeking to realise a dream of living on China Walls in the midst of a supportive and sustainable community. Each of us has committed time, effort and money toward the realisation …

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Cold Climate Housing Research Center

The Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC) is an industry based, non-profit corporation created to facilitate the development, use, and testing of energy efficient, durable, healthy, and cost effective building technologies for Alaska and the world’s cold climate regions. The Research Center was conceived and developed by members of the …

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