Companies that carry the Fair & Precious brand voluntarily commit themselves to respecting social, environmental and economic concerns in their activities. Certified logging companies are subject to audits by third-parties.
Social and economic development
Fair&Precious timber production generates income for local populations and provides them with access to education, medical care and housing while preserving forests.
Fair&Precious foresters harvest less than is produced by natural forest growth. They also protect the forests from being converted into intensive agricultural zones, which is the leading cause of deforestation.
Protection of plants and wildlife
Thanks to their sustainable management, Fair&Precious forest concessions contribute to the protection of the plant and wildlife heritage.
Tropical timber possesses exceptional and varied properties.
Beyond its natural qualities, using this first-class material is a responsible gesture that demonstrates eco-citizenry.
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