BMRC Introduction: open public webinar
Representatives of the multi-stakeholder groups (civil society, government and private sector) from the six founding BMRC member countries will introduce you to BMRC.
Promoting sustainable tropical forestry
The BMRC has been formed to underpin international market access and boost the investability of tropical timber producing countries with independently endorsed sustainable forestry systems. Mike Jeffree reports in the...
Ghana FLEGT licensing is imminent
Indonesia has been the only FLEGT licence issuing country till now, but it’s reported that Ghana is about to join it.  Ghana is set to start issuing Forest Law Enforcement...
Timber Development UK supports Broader Market Recognition at COP27
At COP27 on Wednesday 16 November, TDUK presented as part of a high-level event at the Indonesian Pavilion, to support “Creating Incentives through Broader Market Recognition of National Systems”. As...
Good governance the key to reverse forest loss and degradation
The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP27 took place in Egypt this month, marking another important milestone in our fight against climate change. COP27 seeks to accelerate global climate...
BMRC Brochure
Download the BMRC brochure PDF to find out more about the Coalition.
Broader market recognition coalition FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Summary of frequently asked questions around the formation and governance of BMRC
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BMRC Roadmap
The BMRC Roadmap is the outcome of broad stakeholder dialogue. It describes the Coalition’s structure, its aim to win demand-side market recognition and how this can be achieved.
BMRC webinar event 2023
Coalition of tropical timber producing countries: joint statement
Click here to read the Joint Statement - the principles on which BMRC is being built.
forest governance
Global Forests Need Global Governance
Tropical forests are in danger as never before. For the first time in human history, global forest cover has fallen below four billion hectares (Mongabay, 2019), and around 12% of...