Projects developed by the ATIBT team aim to:
ATIBT initiative to support the commercialisation of African species listed in Appendix II of CITES
Continuous education in the service of sustainable forest management.
The project "Reforestation in the UFAs of Cameroon" (UFA-Reforest) is funded by the EU. It started in early 2022 and will run until 2026.
Sustainable management of forests in Central Africa, consolidating over 5 years new scientific data on forest dynamics.
The ATIBT and its partners have initiated the "Dryades" project, which aims to enhance the value of tropical wood products in the construction sector by providing Life Cycle Assessments (LCA)...Discover
ATIBT launches the project “LKTS 2020”: promotion of Lesser Known Timber Species (LKTS) in the Congo Basin.Discover
Tropical dense rainforests are at the heart of many issues whose scope affects multiple stakeholders: local populations and governments, economic operators, Western consumers, and non-governmental organizations.Discover
Implementation of a regional approach to the development of PEFC certification systems.Discover
This programme, funded by the AFD (French Development Agency) and the PPECF, aims to promote tropical timber in international markets.Discover
COMPLETED PROJECT - Reuse of sawmill timber waste by cogeneration plants operated by Central African forestry companies.Discover
COMPLETED PROJECT - For the last 60 years, ATIBT has been updating a classification of tropical timber, establishing a correlation between each botanical species and an internationally recognised pilot name.Discover
PROJET ACHEVÉ - Le classement des sciages permet de définir la qualité du produit et d’établir sa valeur marchande.Discover