- Find current and past TTAP newsletters
- Examples and advice on Responsible Purchasing Policies
- A comprehensive guide to companies providing useful services in the fight against illegal logging
- Legality Checklists for producer countries. This is a collection of all existing legality verification standards and initiatives including the official FLEGT national legality checklists for TTAP producer countries
- Information on policy and legislation, in particular on the Lacey Act and EU Due Dilligence regulation
- Documents and information relating to the International Timber Trade Federation Day (ITTFD), a yearly event aimed at emphasising the importance of marketing legal and sustainable timber in the fight against illegal logging and bringing suppliers and buyers closer together.
- A Risk Assessment Tool to assist companies eliminate supplies of illegal or other unwanted timber from supply chains
- TTAP Minimimum requirements for Chain of Custody - where timber is not certified under an existing forest certification scheme, it will be necessary for the company to ensure it is traceable to a known and legally managed forest. The recommendations and guidance provided in this document are tools which companies can use to develop their chain of custody procedures in accordance with TTAP objectives.
The TTAP project receives funding from the European Union. This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of TFT and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.