Current stakeholder consultations
Equatorial Guinea Timber Legality Risk Assessment for public consultation
Consultation period: June 18 - September 1 2021.
The Timber Legality Risk Assessment was developed to reflect the current legality situation of timber harvested and processed in Equatorial Guinea.
You can download the stakeholder consultation documents below:
- Full Timber Legality Risk Assessment (in English only)
- Risk Mitigation guide (in English only)
- Stakeholder consultation cover letter (in English and Spanish)
- Timber Legality Risk Assessment summary (in English and Spanish)
- Stakeholder feedback form (in English and Spanish)
Have a look at Equatorial Guinea Sourcing Hub page to get a quick overview of the country and risks identified. The final Risk Assessment and tools (Risk Mitigation guide, Document guide, List of applicable legislation) will be published after stakeholder consultation (Autumn 2021).
Feedback should be provided to
Mrs. Ditte Steffensen,
Sourcing Hub Manager
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Timber Legality Risk Assessment for the following countries are being developed and will be uploaded for public consultation within 2021.
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Republic of Congo
The Preferred by Nature Risk Assessment Development & Consultation Procedure, sets out the process for conducting the stakeholder on consultation new or revised Preferred by Nature Risk Assessments. The procedure says that:
- Preferred by Nature will carry out comprehensive stakeholder consultation on all Risk Assessments (RA), unless public stakeholder consultation forms part of an external standard procedure, for example the development of FSC Controlled Wood Centralized National Risk Assessments.
- Preferred by Nature will publicly consult on the RA to ensure the RA’s relevance to national/regional conditions and to allow stakeholders to contribute to the RA process.
- Preferred by Nature will ensure that a range of stakeholders are invited to participate.
- Preferred by Nature will ensure that participation in the consultation process:
- is open to all stakeholders; and
- aims to achieve a balance of interests in the subject matter and in the geographic scope to which the standard applies.
- Preferred by Nature will maintain an accurate record of all stakeholder consultation, that will be compiled into a report that will be published on the Sourcing Hub.
- The period during which stakeholders can submit comments on the draft of the RA will be at least sixty (60) days. The stakeholder consultation period may be longer if it is deemed necessary by Preferred by Nature.