A common approach for ethical supply chains in agriculture and forestry

The Accountability Framework supports the global effort to produce agricultural and forestry commodities while protecting forests, other ecosystems, and human rights.

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How the Framework can help you establish or support ethical supply chains

Set and strengthen supply chain goals

Use the Framework to craft policies that align with international norms and the expectations of investors, lenders, commodity buyers, and civil society.

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Improve implementation systems

Use the Framework to develop more effective implementation processes based in global best practice and contextualized to your supply chain.

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Streamline reporting

Use the Framework to help credibly demonstrate progress towards your supply chain goals and identify the best reporting tools for your company.

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Build from global consensus to achieve your goals

Whether establishing ethical supply chains, writing effective legislation or standards, or setting criteria for investment or financing, using consensus-based principles, guidance, and definitions will help ensure effective action and clear accountability.

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The Accountability Framework can help everyone to speak the same language, making it faster and easier for all of us to deliver on commitments.

Michel Santos | Director, Global Sustainability, Bunge

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Company guidance webinar series in Bahasa Indonesia

The AFi has partnered with CDP Asia to host a series of webinars in Bahasa Indonesia to introduce the Accountability Framework to palm oil and forestry companies in Indonesia and Malaysia. The first three webinars covered the following topics: June 24, 2020: Set and strengthen goals (Membangun dan memperkuat komitmen guna mengelola risiko terkait hutan)  […]

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Four key elements for streamlined sustainability reporting

Expectations for corporate sustainability reporting are increasing each year. As companies and their stakeholders gain a greater understanding of sustainability issues in agricultural and forestry supply chains – from GHG emissions and regenerative agriculture to human rights, deforestation, and conversion – companies are faced with a growing number of non-financial disclosure requirements from their investors,  […]

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Company training and learning webinar series

Are you already applying the Framework and want to learn about other ways it can help your company achieve its goals? Are you interested in how your peers are using it? Or are you aware of the Framework but still not sure how your company should use it? If you answered “yes” to any of […]

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