Primjena međunarodnih normi u hrvatskoj šumarskoj i drvnoj industriji
The first part of this paper deals with the term of sustainable development as a most popular and important global trend for protecting the worlds eco system. The second part of the paper describes three most important standards for the certification of forest industry that is FCS, PEFC, and ISO 14000 certificate. Forest certification is a procedure in which impartial third side issues confirmation which gives evidence that the forest is managed sustainable, congruently to arranged standards. In the final chapter results from a survey conducted on a sample of Croatian forest industry enterprises are presented.
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