A short film about the Sungai Linau Landscape Conservation and Livelihoods Programme, supporting sustainable palm oil production in Indonesia.
Social dialogue includes the exchanges of information, consultation, negotiation, and dispute settlement, with the aim to create and maintain a platform for discussions between the government and palm oil companies and workers’ unions. See the new animation explaining the process in Indonesia.
Registration is now open for our HCV-HCSA for producers training course .
This 12-hour training course will be delivered over 4 days in 3 hour slots by our team in Malaysia. The online format is suitable for technical staff from...
Promoting green economy growth in natural rubber systems and beyond: World Forestry Congress Side Event, May 4th 20227 April 2022
Proforest Southeast Asia’s Deputy Regional Director Mooi See Tor will be part of the World Forestry Congress session ‘Pathways toward transition to Green Economy and Resilient Growth’.
The guidance is the result of a multi-stakeholder consultation process involving 50 different representatives from NGOs, companies, concession owners, financial institutions, certification bodies and government agencies.
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.
Using 360˚ videos we have created a virtual field trip for training purposes.
Join Proforest and China's Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters (CCCMC) for an online event on sustainable natural rubber, December 3rd 2020.
Representatives from the rubber associations,...
Interpretation of the Common Guidance for Management and Monitoring of HCV (“MYNI HCV Management and Monitoring”) Consultation
This year we will be working closely with China’s Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters (CCCMC) on Sustainable Natural Rubber through our Production Landscapes Programme and DFID’s InFIT Phase 2 Programme.