Tackling social and environmental issues associated with cattle production in the Brazilian Cerrado.
Online event: Voluntary Monitoring Protocol for Cattle Suppliers in the Cerrado – Key results from the consultation28 September 2021
Companies sourcing cattle products from the Brazilian Cerrado have started to develop responsible sourcing strategies to avoid purchases linked with social and environmental issues in the Cerrado biome. The world’s most biodiverse...
The Siak-Pelalawan Landscape Programme is a private sector initiative that aims to make sustainable palm oil production models the norm. This website provides information and resources about the region and the landscape programme.
The Ghana Tree Crops Development Authority (TCDA) is developing regulations to govern the production, processing and trading of six major tree crops in a sustainable manner.
Le Cameroun crée une plateforme nationale pour accompagner le développement durable de la filière huile de palme29 July 2021
La République du Cameroun s'est engagée dans la gouvernance à long terme du développement durable de l'huile de palme avec une plateforme nationale.
The Republic of Cameroon has committed to the long-term governance of the sustainable development of palm oil with a national platform.
Accra: July 23, 2021 – The Ghana Forestry Commission is today launching “Engagement Principles for the Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ programme”. The Engagement Principles will guide how international companies work with national and...
Proforest’s session on due diligence regulations and sustainable trade as part of Chatham House’s 31st Global Forum on Forest Governance was well attended, with over 120 people watching presentations and discussion about what mix...
Sharing experiences, successes and lessons learned, and looking towards strengthening the investment case for Africa’s agricultural sector as an engine for sustainable growth.
As part of Proforest’s production landscape programmes we are co-convening an event within Chatham House’s Global Forum on Forest Governance. The forum, July 12 – 13 online, aims to bring together stakeholders in the run up to CoP26, to discuss the impacts of forest governance reforms and consider the implications of these for future efforts to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss.