Using the Accountability Framework, companies can set commitments to no-deforestation, no-conversion, and respect for human rights that align with international norms and stakeholder expectations. This webinar explores how companies at all stages of agriculture and forestry supply chains can use the Framework to develop or strengthen their policies. It also discusses how companies can use […]
This webinar was focused on two collective position papers, that have been developed under the facilitation of ISEAL, that provide baseline guidance for companies on good practices for making claims about landscape actions and outcomes.
The Science Based Targets Network (SBTN) has launched the first science-based targets for nature, enabling companies to start taking ambitious and measurable action on climate and nature in tandem. In response to the interconnected crises of climate change and nature loss, the new science-based targets will equip companies to holistically assess their environmental impacts, and prepare to set targets to address these, beginning with freshwater and land, alongside climate (through the Science Based Targets initiative).
This webinar highlights the role of facilitators in building multi-stakeholder dialogues and landscape initiatives, and how different stakeholders can support these processes. The webinar also shared the findings from recently published reports from Partnerships for Forests, TFA, CDP and Proforest that further highlighted the importance of these facilitation roles.
Tropical Forest Alliance, Partnerships for Forests
In this webinar novel finance mechanisms and approaches that coordinate investments to drive sustainability, climate and economic benefits in landscapes are showcased. Investors share innovative commercial and non-commercial cases and discuss their strategies to reduce risk, capture synergies among projects and apply their models at scale. These mechanisms and approaches include the Cascadia Foodshed Finance […]
This Jurisdictional Action Network webinar shared the results and recommendations of a recent study on company landscape engagement in cocoa that found at least 29 midstream and downstream companies that have invested in at least 20 landscape initiatives. Representatives from the private sector and landscape implementers then shared their insights on the developing business case for cocoa landscape initiatives as part of a panel discussion.
Tropical Forest Alliance , World Cocoa Foundation , Proforest, CDP
This webinar introduced the work of 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People and introduced the idea of integrated landscape finance, emphasizing how it presents a potentially powerful solution for both landscapes and finance providers.
This Jurisdictional Action Network webinar, organised in collaboration with the High Conservation Value Network (HCVN) takes a close look at how the High Conservation Value (HCV) approach works in practice. It features speakers, who have used HCV screening and assessments at landscape scale, to support land use planning and forest protection, sharing their experiences of the process.