PROVIDERS, USERS AND PRODUCTS
The Global Timber Tracking Network (GTTN) promotes the operationalisation of innovative tools for species identification and for determining the geographic origin of wood to verify trade claims.
Testimonials
Experiences and information from GTTN members – what does the Network mean for you?
Network
GTTN is a network for organisations who are Network Partners, and individuals who make up the Expert Network
Projects database
Information on projects relevant for GTTN – please contact us if you have a project you wish to share
Document library
All texts produced by, or of relevance to GTTN. Contribute to the library by sharing your papers and reports!
LATEST NEWS
15.8.2019

The International Association of Wood Anatomists (IAWA) just published their

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5.8.2019

The tree detectives episode of BBC’s People fixing the world program

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12.7.2019

We are assessing the market feasibility for wood identification technologies

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4.7.2019

This video of KCET focuses on innovative methods to stop illegal logging, both

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UPCOMING EVENTS
22 Oct '19
International Forum: Together Towards Global Green Supply Chains –A Forest Products Industry Initiative
  • St. Regis Shanghai Hotel, Shanghai, China.
  • October 22, 2019
  • Tuesday @ 12:00 am

ITTO will co-convene the international forum, “ Together Towards Global Green Supply Chains”, in Shanghai and Huzhou, China, on 22–25 October 2019 in response to challenges and the changing demand in consumer markets underpinned by legality and sustainability requirements. The forum will highlight the importance of legal and sustainable wood […]

20 Nov '19
Sustainable Tropical Timber Coalition 2019 Conference
  • Amano Group Central, Berlin, Germany.
  • November 20, 2019
  • Wednesday @ 8:00 am
03 Dec '19
Project Large-Scale final conference
  • Hotel Am Schloss Ahrensburg, Ahrensburg, Germany.
  • December 3, 2019
  • Tuesday @ 12:00 am
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Chinese Academy of Forestry
Forest Research Institute Malaysia
agroisolab
ITTO