The private sector: Can zero deforestation commitments save tropical forests?

Pablo Pacheco, Haseebullah Bakhtary, Marisa C Camargo, Stephen Donofrio, Isabel Drigo, Dagmar Mithöfer

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Key messages
• There are three approaches to private sector commitments on zero deforestation: individual company or group-level adoption of voluntary standards; sector-wide supply chain-based interventions; and mixed supply chain and territorial initiatives at jurisdictional level.
• The main implementation challenges of these approaches are the limits of voluntary standards, traceability systems that are difficult to implement, selective actions that cannot deliver at scale, associated leakage effects, and persistence of segmented supply chains.
• Approaches have evolved to deal with such challenges, however progress requires committed companies to increase implementation efforts, other supply chain actors to adhere to commitments, and governments to harness the potential of jurisdictional approaches.
Originalspråkengelska
Titel på gästpublikationTransforming REDD+ : Lessons and new directions
RedaktörerA Angelsen, C Martius, V De Sy, AE Duchelle, AM Larson, TT Pham
Antal sidor13
Volym1
UtgivningsortBogor, Indonesia
FörlagCIFOR
Utgivningsdatumdec 2019
Utgåva1
Sidor161-173
ISBN (tryckt)978-602-387-079-0
StatusPublicerad - dec 2019
MoE-publikationstypA3 Del av bok eller annan forskningsbok

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Pacheco, P., Bakhtary, H., Camargo, M. C., Donofrio, S., Drigo, I., & Mithöfer, D. (2019). The private sector: Can zero deforestation commitments save tropical forests? I A. Angelsen, C. Martius, V. De Sy, AE. Duchelle, AM. Larson, & TT. Pham (Red.), Transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions (1 red., Vol. 1, s. 161-173). Bogor, Indonesia: CIFOR.
Pacheco, Pablo ; Bakhtary, Haseebullah ; Camargo, Marisa C ; Donofrio, Stephen ; Drigo, Isabel ; Mithöfer, Dagmar. / The private sector : Can zero deforestation commitments save tropical forests?. Transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions. redaktör / A Angelsen ; C Martius ; V De Sy ; AE Duchelle ; AM Larson ; TT Pham. Vol. 1 1. red. Bogor, Indonesia : CIFOR, 2019. s. 161-173
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The private sector : Can zero deforestation commitments save tropical forests? / Pacheco, Pablo ; Bakhtary, Haseebullah; Camargo, Marisa C; Donofrio, Stephen; Drigo, Isabel; Mithöfer, Dagmar.

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Pacheco P, Bakhtary H, Camargo MC, Donofrio S, Drigo I, Mithöfer D. The private sector: Can zero deforestation commitments save tropical forests? I Angelsen A, Martius C, De Sy V, Duchelle AE, Larson AM, Pham TT, redaktörer, Transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions. 1 red. Vol. 1. Bogor, Indonesia: CIFOR. 2019. s. 161-173