In addition to our own tools, we welcome partnerships, such as CDP, and sit on the steering committee of The Accountability Framework, which provides consensus-based principles and guidance to help companies set goals, take action, and demonstrate progress toward ethical agricultural and forestry supply chains. We also support the Implementation Reporting Framework; one tool that companies can use to report against the best practices and outcomes specified in the Accountability Framework, where we help with interpreting the guidance for local use in Africa and Asia.

We often work with existing tools, but where tools don’t exist, we innovate to develop new approaches and methods based on our practical experience and understanding of the knowledge gaps in our sector. For example, we incubated the High Conservation Value Resource Network, created by organisations including WWF, IKEA, Tetra Pak and the World Bank to provide guidance and quality control on how to protect the most important environmental and social features in a production landscape.

The Responsible Sourcing Toolkits, developed by Proforest as part of a wider programme of activity, provide a practical, accessible resource for companies to use in training, developing strategy, and supporting implementation of commitments. 

You can access our thought leadership series (Briefing Notes) and our practical guidance (Info Notes) in our Publications.

Proforest has worked with PepsiCo, Cargill and Musim Mas to make a short film to explain how the Implementation Reporting Framework supports their efforts to meet NDPE commitments in palm oil. 

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