Today is the fourth day of PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue explores the role of forest certification and sustainable supply chains, in promoting sustainable landscapes for sustainable livelihoods. Together to provoke exchange on how sustainable forestry and forest certification can contribute beyond traditional boundaries to accelerate sustainable development. This time, the PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue closes the “2016 PEFC Forest Certification Week”. Spanning a full week in Bali Island, PEFC Week is the perfect opportunity for everyone along the forest certification supply chain to gather together to discuss some of the key topics in the world of forestry.
The Sustainable Landscapes for Sustainable Livelihoods event of PEFC forest Certification week, held in Bali – Indonesia, start from 14 until 18 November 2016. This Event has been held for 3 days in Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, Kuta Raya Street- Bali – Indonesia. The 2016 Stakeholder Dialogue takes place from the 17-18 November on the vibrant island of Bali, Indonesia.
Forests, agriculture and food security: Balancing competing land use goals through sustainable supply chains. Experience an engaging agenda, full of opportunities for focused and candid discussion. The panel sessions will invite you to exchange and debate on hot topics, including:
– Bridging the gap: sustainable forests, agriculture, and food security
– Rising to the challenge: scaling up verification programs to support landscapes and livelihoods
– Meeting growing global demand: improving productivity in the forest sector
– Empowering and integrating smallholders to support deforestation-free, sustainable
A great event needs great speakers! From Dr. Terry Sunderland, Principal Scientist with CIFOR’S Forests and Livelihoods program, Fitrian Ardiansyah, the Indonesia Country Director at IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative and Dewi Bramono, Deputy Director of Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement of Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) Indonesia, they also have a great set of speakers for you to look forward to.
ABOUT PEFC (THE PROGRAMME FOR THE ENDORSEMENT OF FOREST CERTIFICATION)
PEFC is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) through independent third-party certification. PEFC works throughout the entire forest supply chain to promote good practice in the forest and to ensure that timber and non-timber forest products are produced with respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards. PEFC’s distinctive ‘green trees’ logo make it a truly global brand and means customers and consumers are able to identify products from sustainably managed forests.
PEFC is the world’s largest forest certification system. The credible standards seek to transform the way forests are managed globally – and locally – to ensure that all of us can enjoy the environmental, social and economic benefits that forests offer, with a Slogan “Caring for Our Forests Globally”.