Zero Forest Footprint for the government
On November 14th 2018 the French government adopted a National Strategy against Imported Deforestation (French acronym SNDI) which seeks to end deforestation caused by the import of forest or agricultural products by 2030. This represents an important first step but it is not binding.
We, the responsible French citizens and associations fighting to preserve forests around the world, have launched an appeal to public and private decision-makers to implement binding measures to reduce imported deforestation from 2020.
This petition drew more than 180,000 signatures and a forum attracted the support of more than 12 NGOs.