This Guide has given you an introduction into forest defence litigation and what options you may have when it comes to using legal action to protect, conserve and manage forests.
Having information and support is important if you want to take litigation to protect forests. If after reading this Guide, you are thinking about taking legal action, the organisations and resources outlined below could help you. However, this is a non-exhaustive list, and it is crucial to research the organisations and resources that may be available in your country and region.
Below is a non-exhaustive list of NGOs and other international organisation that work on forest issues:
The most important source of support you can often get is from lawyers and organizations who work in your country or local community.
Check to see if any of the following groups could support you in taking forest litigation:
The international organisations listed above may be able to help you find local support.
If you are an organisation or a law firm who works on forest-related issues and would like your name and/or resources to be used on the A4J Forest Litigation Guide, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org