Within this webinar, participants learned how the Jurisdictional Approach (JA) encourages collective action across multiple stakeholders to drive change at scale. Reflecting on a Theory of Change (ToC) about how JA works - developed by by ISEAL, Proforest, Tropical Forest Alliance, and WWF - the speakers discussed how the ToC can be put into action to help achieve sustainable land use.
This webinar focused on the progress and findings from the development of the socio-economic development Amazon Now State Plan, launched by Pará government at COP-25 in Madrid, as well as highlighting ground-level initiatives from the public and private sectors that both offer opportunities to scale solutions linked to the bioeconomy; and present innovative solutions to address commodity-related deforestation.
Government State of Pará, The Nature Conservancy, Tropical Forest Alliance
Focusing on community-based forest management models, including social forestry, that landscape practitioners are taking in CSL's two district initiatives – Aceh Tamiang and Tapanuli Selatan, this webinar highlighted opportunities to achieve forest positive goals and jurisdictional sustainability.
Coalition for Sustainable Livelihoods (CSL) , Tropical Forest Alliance
The Jurisdiction Collective Action Forum convened “The Post-2021 UN Food Systems Summit: An Indonesia Perspective” dialogue, jointly proposed by IPMI International Business School through the IPMI Case Centre and PISAGRO and graciously supported by JCAF.
IPMI Case Center, PISAgro, Tropical Forest Alliance
The Jurisdiction Collective Action Forum (JCAF) is a collaborative platform consisting of 9 collaborators. This inaugural two-hour session highlighted JA as an integrated and holistic approach to advance Indonesia’s commitment to implement SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and LCDI (Low Carbon Development Indonesia).
Cocoa Sustainability Partnership (CSP), Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD), Inisiatif Dagang HIjau (IDH), IPMI Case Centre, Landscape Indonesia, Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari (LTKL), Indonesian Philanthropy Association (PFI), Partnership for Indonesia’s Sustainable Agriculture (PISAGRO), Tropical Forest Alliance
This webinar drew on a recent study by TFA and LTKL on local governments’ commitments for sustainable land use in 53 districts, provinces, and states in Indonesia and Malaysia. Participants heard directly from the research team at LTKL, representatives of local governments in East Kalimantan province and Musi Banyuasin district in South Sumatra, and representatives from the private sector and civil society organisations.
Tropical Forest Alliance, Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari
The webinar did a deep-dive on practical ways for companies to engage in landscape and jurisdictional initiatives and what claims they could make. Participants heard directly from companies that have taken concrete action in key commodity-producing landscapes.
Drawing on recently published guidance to companies including UNDP’s Value Beyond Value Chains and Proforest’s Engaging with Landscape Initiatives, the webinar was an opportunity to get a strong understanding of these important elements, and to hear directly from companies on their own experiences.
The webinar showcased lessons learned from implementing LTKL's Regional Competitiveness Framework (KDSD in Indonesian) in three pilot districts in Indonesia: Siak in Riau province, Sintang in West Kalimantan, and Gorontalo in Gorontalo.