The Montreal Process, also known as the Working Group on Criteria and Indicators for the Conservation and Sustainable Management of Temperate and Boreal Forests, is a voluntary agreement on sustainable forest management. It was formed in Geneva, Switzerland in June 1994 as a result of the Forest Principles developed at the 1992 Earth Summit.
- 90% of the world's temperate and boreal forests (as well as areas of tropical forests)
- 60% of all forests of the world
- 35% of the world's population
- 45% of the world's trade in wood and wood products