At this year’s Sustainable Landscapes and Commodities Forum, Veronique Bovee, Deputy Director – Responsible Sourcing at Proforest, will be on a panel with PepsiCo and Earthworm entitled: “How do we scale – and communicate – the landscape approach to sourcing?”
Building capacity in a multi-stakeholder process, bringing together government, companies and civil society in a landscape initiative.
Capacity building supports efforts to address systemic challenges like deforestation, water management, land conflicts and labour rights, which need to be collectively addressed within and beyond individual company supply chains.
Liberia’s Ministry of Agriculture, through a multi-stakeholder platform the National Oil Palm Platform of Liberia (NOPPOL), has developed a national oil palm strategy and action plan to guide sustainable oil palm development in Liberia for the next 5 years (2021-2026).
The Asunafo Asutifi Landscape Programme is a short film to showcase the landscape programme in Ghana and create awareness of the landscape approach to different audiences.
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.
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...
Proforest is leading the technical work in a new sustainable landscape programme launched today by PepsiCo. Agrovita is a three-year programme focused on PepsiCo’s supply chain for plantain, cocoa and palm production in the Tabasco and Chiapas regions in southern Mexico. PepsiCo and Proforest are focusing on agricultural and social factors within the landscape and communities.
Last week the Proforest team visited the Lebrija River basin in Colombia, as part of a landscape project to tackle the problems of deforestation and water management in palm oil production.