This joint position contains a summary of some of the feedback from these organisations to the SBTi as part of its public consultation process and aims to serve as a reference and discussion point for stakeholders interested in building incentives for companies to take BVCM actions.
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Trase and Proforest have released a comprehensive risk benchmarking framework and methodology aimed at supporting the European Union’s deforestation regulation (EUDR) system.
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Informed by interviews with 18 companies and 11 landscape implementers as well as submissions to CDP’s forest questionnaire 2022, this report aims to map the way forward and mobilise more landscape-scale action by downstream and midstream companies in palm oil.
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Aligning efforts to report and act on land use change emissions and commodity-driven deforestation and conversion12 June 2023
For many companies, the progress they can make on reducing Land Use Change emissions is closely related to the actions they need to take to address deforestation and ecosystem conversion in their supply chains.
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Category: Supporting companies
Nature Positive Farming – package to support smallholder producers achieve Deforestation and Conversion Free sourcing requirements.2 June 2023
Nature Positive Farming (NPF), developed by the HCV Network, provides a unique stepwise approach to build smallholder capacity and ownership to move towards DCF production. This is coupled with a package of self-reporting and remote verification tools to provide transparency and assurance to companies.
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Beyond Supply Chains: Pulp, Paper and Packaging Companies Take Landscape Action for Sustainability at Scale5 May 2023
This report explores why and how downstream and midstream companies are engaging at landscape scale to achieve sustainable land use in pulp, paper and packaging (PPP) production areas. Companies engage at this scale to meet their own sustainability commitments and improve relationships with local communities and stakeholders.
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Ten West and Central African countries commit to sustainable commodity production, with new Declaration signed at CoP27, November 9, 2022
This guidance is a resource for planners and implementers of landscape initiatives and suggests practical approaches to ensuring IPLC participation in, or ownership of, decisions in landscape initiatives at various key steps.
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The study aims to advance understanding of landscape and jurisdictional approaches as a key corporate strategy towards nature-positive businesses and to map the way forward to mobilise more private sector action and multi-stakeholder collaboration at scale.
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Agriculture is the predominant source of livelihoods for over 70% of Liberia’s population. The government of Liberia has prioritised palm oil production as one of the most important industries for the future and there is interest from global companies who have committed to invest around USD 6 billion.
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This guide collates our learning on where and how supply chain companies can most effectively engage with these landscape initiatives to help meet their commitments, recognising the different roles and participation of other stakeholders in the process.
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Creating Harmonious Industrial Relations Through Bipartite Cooperation Institutions (Bahasa Indonesia)9 January 2023
The document is a guidance for companies in Indonesia that aim to develop bipartite agreements.
- Bahasa Indonesia (3.50 MB)