6 results for Core Principles

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Forest

…apply to legally classed forests that are tree plantations or presently have little or no tree cover. As stated in Core Principle 3.4 , company commitments are additional to applicable…

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Minimal level (of deforestation or conversion)

…(e.g., as specified in Core Principle 7 ). If not planned in advance (e.g., if resulting from unauthorised encroachment or other unforeseen activities), are addressed through effective actions to prevent…

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Grievance mechanism

…can be sought.[3] Grievance mechanisms may be State-based or non-State-based and they may be judicial or non-judicial.   [3] Adapted from the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights…

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Remediation and remedy

…criminal or administrative, such as fines), as well as the prevention of harm through, for example, injunctions or guarantees of non-repetition.[4] [4] Adapted from the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework…

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Customary rights to land, resources, and territory

…a collective human right of indigenous peoples and local communities that exists whether or not a title from the State has been issued.   [6] Source: RSPO Principles and Criteria…

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Livelihoods

…or through exchange, barter, trade, or engagement in the market. It encompasses the capabilities, assets, and activities required to secure the necessities of life.[10] [10] Source: RSPO Principles and Criteria…

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