8 results for Operational Guidance

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Commitment

…as defined here, are distinct from the operational policies or procedures (e.g., sourcing codes, supplier requirements, manuals, and standard operation procedures) by which companies may operationalize their commitments or sustainability…

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Natural forest

…Please see the Operational Guidance on Applying the Definitions Related to Deforestation, Conversion, and Protection of Ecosystems for further discussion of boundary cases. For the purpose of corporate no-deforestation commitments,…

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Compensation

…is also used in the context of remediation of human rights harms, for which compensation may come in many forms. See the Operational Guidance on Remediation and Access to Remedy….

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Restoration

…human rights harms, for which restoration may come in many forms (e.g., restoration of benefits, employment, or access to lands). See the Operational Guidance on Remediation and Access to Remedy….

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Tree plantation

…a range of “boundary cases” where sites have some characteristics of tree plantations and some characteristics of natural forests. Please see the Operational Guidance on Applying the Definitions Related to…

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Corporate group

…other financial arrangements that indicate one party controls the performance of another? Management control: Is there extensive overlap in officials between companies? Operational control: Are landholdings under a group’s operational

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Buyer

…given company can be both a supplier and a buyer. The definitions of supplier and buyer are relevant to the Accountability Framework guidance on monitoring, verification, and supply chain management….

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Supplier

…that is one or more steps removed from the buyer). The definitions of supplier and buyer are relevant to the Accountability Framework guidance on monitoring, verification, and supply chain management….

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