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Junior Forest Governance Expert at the EFI Office, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

EFI is seeking a Junior Forest Governance Expert to support its FLEGT and REDD work in South East Asia. The Junior Expert will backstop FLEGT country and regional teams in their support to FLEGT...

Malaysia and EU advance VPA process

On 20 and 21 May 2014, Malaysia and the EU continued their VPA negotiations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, making progress on technical and political dimensions

Workshop explores synergies between FLEGT VPAs and forest certification schemes

Representatives of the private sector, civil society, government and certification schemes endorsed by PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) discussed VPAs and certification at...

5th Joint Experts Meeting held in Malaysia

The Government of Malaysia and the EU met for the fifth Joint Experts Meeting (JEM 5) in Malaysia from 12 to 14 March to discuss technical details of the Voluntary Partnership Agreement.

4th Joint Expert Meeting held in Malaysia

The fourth Joint Expert Meeting between the EU, represented by EFI, and the Government of Malaysia was held in Sabah in late January to advance the technical details of the VPA with Malaysia.

Report on forest and forest-related stakeholder consultations in Malaysia published

The report ‘Mapping of Forest and Forest- Related Stakeholder Consultations in Malaysia’ provides an inventory of relevant stakeholder consultations covering the period from beginning of 2000 to...

Malaysian Minister urges timber exporters to be mindful of new market requirements

During the first anniversary dinner of the Malaysian Timber Industry Forum Association (TIF) Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok said that Malaysian timber...

Multistakeholder consultation held in Malaysia

Special VPA Stakeholder consultations/briefings in Malaysia started in 2007, and between March and May this year three National-level stakeholder consultations were organised by the Malaysian...

Transparency International-Malaysia launches website to reduce illegal logging

Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M) has launched an innovative and user-friendly website for Malaysians to try and reduce illegal logging cases.

Forest Matters Magazine now available online

The earlier published Forest Matters magazine is now available in an online version.

Strengthening of TLAS Linkages in Peninsular Malaysia

A Consultation on Mechanisms to Strengthen Coordination for the Implementation of Malaysia’s Timber Legality Assurance System (MYTLAS) was organised by the Protem Secretariat for the Malaysia - EU...

Malaysian National Seminar on Social Forestry

On the 29 November 2011 EFI’s EU FLEGT Asia participated in a Malaysian National Seminar on Social Forestry, entitled ‘Raising Quality of Life of Communities and Sustainable Forest Management’ in...

High level forum on legal timber in Malaysia

A public Forum on Legal Timber was held in Kuala Lumpur on 17 November organised by the EU Delegation to Malaysia, the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities of Malaysia and EFI’s EU...

Sabah takes further steps to develop a REDD+ Roadmap

A two-day workshop, organised by the Sabah Forestry Department (SFD) and WWF-Malaysia, was held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah to further Sabah's REDD+ framework development process.

Prime Ministers of UK and Malaysia look forward to successful conclusion of FLEGT VPA

Prime Minister David Cameron and the Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Razak have published a joint statement following a meeting in London on 14 July 2011.

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Flying sky lanterns during the visit of the Prime Minister of Finland, Matti Vanhanen (2003-2010), to Malaysia.

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Flying sky lanterns during the visit of the Prime Minister of Finland, Matti Vanhanen (2003-2010), to Malaysia.

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