Together, making ethical supply chains the new normal
The Accountability Framework is a roadmap for achieving ethical supply chains that protect forests, natural ecosystems, and human rights. The Framework gives consensus-based guidelines for companies in the agriculture and forestry sectors.
Translated AFi website and resources available now
The AFi has launched translated versions of its website in four additional languages: French, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Spanish. Visitors from key sourcing regions can now access the AFi’s resources in their local languages for a better understanding of the Accountability Framework.
making the framework more accessible
The AFi's new website features an enhanced user experience for stakeholders from the forest and agriculture sectors to facilitate a better understanding of how the Accountability Framework can be used to support their goals.
ADDRESS deforestation AND conversion
Read the latest guidance from the AFi, Science Based Targets initiative, and GHG Protocol on managing deforestation, ecosystem conversion, and GHG emissions from land use change.
PUT YOUR COMPANY ON A PATH TO SUCCESS
The Accountability Framework guides companies on how to set goals, take action, and report progress in line with stakeholder and market expectations. Learn how you can use it in your business.
A guide for companies
12 Core Principles guide companies on their journeys toward ethical supply chains.
Access the full Accountability Framework
Get the Framework documents now, including the Core Principles, Definitions, and Operational Guidance.
Corporate action on deforestation, conversion, and human rights
Companies in the agriculture and forestry sectors can use the Accountability Framework to meet their ethical supply chain goals.
1 Feb 2024
Join us on 22 February to see how the Accountability Framework can be used to meet corporate sustainability goals through collaborative efforts.
16 Jan 2024
After 5 years, the AFi has updated its Common Methodology for Assessment of Progress Towards Deforestation- and Conversion-Free Supply Chains
14 Dec 2023
Join us on 25 January to learn how companies that produce, trade, or source commodities can address supply chain risks.