Events & webinars
The following are a selection of events and webinars we've held or supported.
Protecting land rights in commodity supply chains
14 June 2022
An Accountability Framework's webinar featuring Proforest's Justin Dupré-Harbord joined by experts from Forest Peoples Programme, Foundation of Sustainable Forest Peoples Indonesia, Landesa and Rainforest Alliance, sharing best practice on respecting Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities land rights in commodity supply chains. Watch the webinar.
ITC Roundtables on Deforestation implications of the EU deforestation regulation
9 June 2022
This webinar features Mike Senior, Proforest presenting the keynote speech for the Deforestation 3rd Roundtable. Watch the webinar.
Landscape approaches: New guidance for companies from ISEAL
10 March 2022
Introducing ISEAL's guidance for effective company actions in landscapes and jurisdictions, developed in collaboration with CDP, Proforest, TFA and WWF. Watch the webinar.
Scaling up impacts and collaboration on jurisdictional/landscape approaches
27 January 2022
This webinar, organised by CDP, ISEAL and Proforest, supported by the Tropical Forest Alliance, looked at landscape and jurisdictional approaches from a corporate perspective. Featuring Nestlé, Musim Mas and Clarmundial.
Africa-Latin America Exchange Webinar
10 December 2021
Lessons learned from the Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape Programme in Ghana. More information here.
Integrating Workers’ Rights into Commodity Supply Chains
1 December 2021
This Accountability Framework Initiative (Afi) company training webinar was about applying the Accountability Framework to protect workers’ rights in agricultural supply chains. Speakers on the panel were from Proforest, Nestlé, Oxfam and the Rainforest Alliance.
Mitigating Human-Elephant Conflicts within Smallholder Landscapes in Sabah
30 November 2021
Seratu Aatai and Proforest brought together civil society organisations to share initiatives related to oil palm smallholder sustainability and human-elephant conflict. This is part of our work on Production and Protection Beyond Concessions.
Putting the Jurisdictional Approach to Work
22 November 2021
In this Jurisdictional Action Network webinar participants learned about how the jurisdictional approach encourages collective action to drive change at scale to achieve sustainable land use. Featuring Proforest, ISEAL, Tropical Forest Alliance and WWF.
Collaborative Soy Initiative: Multiple routes to conversion-free sustainable soy
18 November 2021
The Collaborative Soy Initiative and Proforest present a new ‘magicube’ narrative for combining the best of approaches for conversion-free sustainable soy.
GLF Climate 2021: How Can We Build Greener Supply Chains?
6 November 2021
At this Global Landscapes Forum event, speakers from Proforest, OroVerde, Olam Ghana, IUCN and CDP Europe discussed the transformational change needed to enable nature-positive supply chains for healthy ecosystems and livelihoods.
The Cerrado Protocol: Key Results from the Consultation Process
28 September 2021
A webinar organised by Proforest and Imaflora to present the new Voluntary Monitoring Protocol for Cattle Suppliers in the Cerrado, covering key results from the consultation process and next steps for the protocol, with the aim of transforming the beef sector in Brazil.
Climate Week NYC: Jurisdictional Approaches in Southeast Asia
23 September 2021
Proforest's Southeast Asia Director Surin Suksuwan was invited to speak about jurisdictional approaches for sustainable commodity production in Southeast Asia as part of the Tropical Forest Alliance's series of Climate Week NYC events.
Creating Private Sector Behavioural Change to Sustainability
9 August 2021
This panel discussion hosted by Efeca, featuring speakers from Proforest, PCI Mato Grosso, the Accountability Framework Initiative and Nestlé, included a discussion about how to move beyond individual supply chain action.
Chatham House’s 31st Global Forum on Forest Governance
13 July 2021
We led a session on due diligence regulations and sustainable trade as part of Chatham House’s 31st Global Forum on Forest Governance, with viewpoints from government, smallholders, companies and those working on sustainable standards.