|Public consultation on the Macedonian Forest Certification Scheme
All interested parties are invited to submit comments on the Macedonian Forest Certification Scheme by 18th March 2017. This system was submitted by the Council for Sustainable Forest Management in the Republic of Macedonia to PEFC International for assessment against the PEFC sustainability benchmarks for national forest certification systems. A call for proposals for the selection of an independent consultant conducting the assessment has been sent out, with the deadline for proposals being 13th February 2017. All comments submitted in this public consultation on the Macedonian Forest Certification Scheme will be considered by the assessor in the evaluation of the scheme.
|Closed||17 Jan 2017||18 Mar 2017|
|Amendment to PEFC GD 2001:2014, Chain of Custody - Guidance for Use
This is a four week PEFC member consultation on a proposal to list the SFI 2015-2019 Fiber Sourcing Standard as example for a verification/licensing mechanisms indicating “negligible risk” that material originates from “controversial sources” in the PEFC DDS risk assessment. All PEFC National Governing Body members and PEFC International Stakeholder members are invited to provide feedback by 30th March 2017.
|Open||02 Mar 2017||30 Mar 2017|
|Member consultation - revised PEFC GD 1007
|Future||28 Mar 2017||12 May 2017|
|Public Consultation - PEFC ST 1001:201X
All interested stakeholders are invited to comment on the enquiry draft of PEFC ST 1001:201X, our requirements for the development of (sub)national or regional forest management standards (and system specific chain of custody standards). These requirements apply to the body responsible for the development of these standards. You can submit your comment by using the structured document, in which you can add comments and propose amendments for each specific clause. For reference you can download the enquiry draft as a PDF file and we have included an overview with an explanation on the major changes. This public consultation lasts for at least 60 calendar days.
|Future||27 Mar 2017||29 May 2017|