• About Us

    Why GTTN?

    New technologies can contribute to fight growing illegal logging worldwide. The Global Timber Tracking Network (GTTN) brings together all stakeholders concerned by illegal logging and associated trade to promote the integrated use of DNA and stable isotopes with the existing technologies.Read More

  • Projects

    Projects

    The practical application of DNA and stable isotope tracking tools requires an internationally coordinated effort to tackle many issues with the involvement of various stakeholders. Some important challenges are listing of priority species, creating a reference database, developing technical standards and...Read More

  • Resources

    Resources

    Introducing new technologies to control illegal logging can be complicated. GTTN is working with partners to further develop, simplify and expand the use of DNA and stable isotope techniques; and make them available through dissemination of information and training. Relevant scientific and technical...Read More

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    Join GTTN

    GTTN is a global platform bringing together the science, scientists, policy makers and interested stakeholders to promote the integrated use of DNA and stable isotope technologies to ensure legal timber trade and curb illegal and unsustainable logging. Please register to become a member.Read More

PUBLICATIONS

NEWS

After “Appetite for Destruction: China’s trade in illegal timber” last year, the Environment Investigation Agency (EIA) has just released a new...

Timber Detector Dogs

Publishing Date: 29 08 2013 | » Read More

Guideline and video on the training of dogs to detect wildlife and timber

Due diligence through DNA

Publishing Date: 20 05 2013 | » Read More

EVENTS

20-21 August 2013 - Beijing, China

26-27 March 2013 - Brasilia, Brazil

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FUNDING

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