A Case Study of the Peat Care Village Programme in Sungai Linau, Bengkalis.
This guide collates our learning on where and how supply chain companies can most effectively engage with landscape initiatives to help meet their commitments, recognising the different roles and participation of other stakeholders in the process.
This case study looks into private sector engagement in the Siak Pelalawan Landscape Programme, comprised of palm oil producers, traders, and downstream buyers, facilitated by Proforest and Daemeter Consulting.
The case studies in this impact report show how our guidance for engaging with landscape initiatives can be adapted to local contexts.
Part 1 of this report provides a baseline mapping study of Indonesia-China sustainable palm oil linkages. The linkages are investigated from several angles, from an overview of the trade relationship between Indonesia...
HCV Malaysia Toolkit Steering Committee
HCVs (High Conservation Values) are biological, ecological, social or cultural values of outstanding significance or critical importance within a landscape. The HCV approach aims to ensure...
Helen Cross and Willie McGhee | SHARP
Payments for ecosystem services, or PES, projects are designed to provide incentives for people and organisations to protect environmental services in an area.
This report reviews a wide...
Earth Innovation Institute | Elie Hakizumwami | Proforest | Daemeter | Wild Asia | Fauna & Flora International
There are many models of smallholder production, ranging from independent farmers or cooperatives to large-scale...