The status of chain-of-custody certification in the countries of Central and South Europe

@article{Palu2017TheSO,
  title={The status of chain-of-custody certification in the countries of Central and South Europe},
  author={Hubert Palu{\vs} and J{\'a}n Parobek and R. Vlosky and Darko Motik and Leon Oblak and Matej Jo{\vs}t and Branko Glavonji{\'c} and Roman Dud{\'i}k and Leszek Wanat},
  journal={European Journal of Wood and Wood Products},
  year={2017},
  volume={76},
  pages={699-710}
}
The significance of wood and paper products originating from certified sustainable sources has been increasing worldwide during the last two decades paralleling overall interest and concern for global sustainability issues. Forest certification is a voluntary verification tool that has been gaining importance not only as an independent verification tool in the wood processing industry but also as an influencer in private and public purchasing policies and as a component of emerging wood… CONTINUE READING

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