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.
Learn about the Jurisdictional Approach Resource Hub, a one-stop resource that brings together the collective experience and expertise of the Tropical Forest Alliance’s partners working to advance jurisdictional and landscape approaches to tackle commodity-driven deforestation.
This webinar presents lessons related to human
rights issues emerging from a review of four
jurisdictional approaches, in Sabah in Malaysia,
West Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan in
Indonesia and Ecuadorian Amazonia.
This webinar presents core ideas captured in their draft Good Practice Guide, developed by ISEAL, on the monitoring and verification practices that need to inform credible sustainability claims made by jurisdictional initiatives and the companies that source from them.
This webinar focuses on the origins of Produce, Conserve, Include (PCI) in Mato Grosso, the roles of key partners, and its governance model. It also showcases concrete examples of private sector engagement in jurisdictional initiatives.
Produce, Conserve, Include Institute, Mato Grosso Government, Tropical Forest Alliance
The webinar introduces a guide developed by Proforest to help companies identify where and how to engage with landscape and jurisdictional approaches. It highlights lessons learnt from a coalition of companies in Siak and Pelalawan districts in Indonesia and the Ghana Cocoa and Forests REDD+ Programme.
The webinar highlights the IDH Verified Sourcing Areas (VSA), Rainforest Alliance’s LandScale assessment framework, and the Commodities/Jurisdictions Approach as three developing frameworks to assess or report progress towards sustainability at landscapes and jurisdictional levels.