A report by the Tropical Forest Alliance, Proforest, and CDP has analysed why, and how, downstream and midstream companies are engaging on landscape-scale conservation to achieve sustainable land use in pulp, paper and packaging (PPP) production areas. The study identified 32 landscape conservation initiatives in pulp production areas in nine countries, including Brazil, Canada, Indonesia and Portugal, and 26 downstream and midstream companies supporting them. The report contains recommendations for PPP firms taking action, including improving understanding of landscape conservation approaches and increasing active engagement with more stakeholder groups. The report contains additional PPP landscapes stakeholder-targeted recommendations looking to mobilise more private sector action for sustainable land use at scale in commodity production areas. These recommendations include enabling corporate engagement on landscape-scale conservation to contribute to companies’ climate, nature and people goals, along with tools to monitor and report progress.
@forestsdialogue has been using its Land Use Dialogue to support multi-stakeholder processes for collaborative & adaptive land management across sectors.
You can read more about this process in our latest report on PPP landscape engagement here: https://t.co/qG6WarflKz
— Tropical Forest Alliance at World Economic Forum (@tfa_Global) May 10, 2023