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  • Abby: please insert the image from the cover of the eco-standards report
  • Abby: please produce four bar graphs. These should be set up to fade out then in to the next one quickly, with the same title remainingGraph Title: World market value of eco-certified agricultural products2005 $26M, 2010 $64B, 2013 $97B, 2020 $190BSource: Ecosystem Marketplace; Majanen & Milder 2010Graph Title: Volume of RA-certified coffee (MT)Re-draw graph at: http://ra.org/about/business-practicesSource: Rainforest AllianceGraph Title: % of Unilever’s raw materials sourced sustainablyData: In 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020Source: UnileverJCM notes:Our targetsIn 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020.We have set targets for our top ten agricultural raw material groups. These account for 70% of our agricultural raw material volumes.Sustainable teaBy 2015 we aim to have the tea in all Lipton tea bags sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ estates.By 2020 100% of Unilever’s tea, including loose tea, will be sustainably sourced.Sustainable palm oilWe will purchase all palm oil from certified sustainable sources by 2015.Sustainable soyWe will source sustainably all soy beans by 2014 and all soy oils by 2020.Sustainable fruit & vegetablesWe will purchase 100% of our fruit from sustainable sources by 2015.We will purchase 50% of our top 13 vegetables and herbs from sustainable sources by 2012, and 100% by 2015. This accounts for around 80% of our global vegetable and herb volume.Sustainable cocoaWe will source cocoa sustainably for our Magnum ice cream by 2015.All other cocoa will be sourced sustainably by 2020.Sustainable sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil & dairyWe will source all these raw materials sustainably by 2020.Fairtrade Ben & Jerry’sAll ingredients in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream that can be sourced Fairtrade will be certified by 2013. Cage-free eggsWe aim to move to 100% cage-free eggs for all our products, including Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Hellmann’s, Amora and Calvé mayonnaises.**Where allowed by local legislation Sustainable paper & boardWe will source 75% of the paper and board for our packaging from certified sustainably managed forests or from recycled material by 2015. We will reach 100% by 2020. See Packaging & waste for more.
  • Abby: please produce four bar graphs. These should be set up to fade out then in to the next one quickly, with the same title remainingGraph Title: World market value of eco-certified agricultural products2005 $26M, 2010 $64B, 2013 $97B, 2020 $190BSource: Ecosystem Marketplace; Majanen & Milder 2010Graph Title: Volume of RA-certified coffee (MT)Re-draw graph at: http://ra.org/about/business-practicesSource: Rainforest AllianceGraph Title: % of Unilever’s raw materials sourced sustainablyData: In 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020Source: UnileverJCM notes:Our targetsIn 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020.We have set targets for our top ten agricultural raw material groups. These account for 70% of our agricultural raw material volumes.Sustainable teaBy 2015 we aim to have the tea in all Lipton tea bags sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ estates.By 2020 100% of Unilever’s tea, including loose tea, will be sustainably sourced.Sustainable palm oilWe will purchase all palm oil from certified sustainable sources by 2015.Sustainable soyWe will source sustainably all soy beans by 2014 and all soy oils by 2020.Sustainable fruit & vegetablesWe will purchase 100% of our fruit from sustainable sources by 2015.We will purchase 50% of our top 13 vegetables and herbs from sustainable sources by 2012, and 100% by 2015. This accounts for around 80% of our global vegetable and herb volume.Sustainable cocoaWe will source cocoa sustainably for our Magnum ice cream by 2015.All other cocoa will be sourced sustainably by 2020.Sustainable sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil & dairyWe will source all these raw materials sustainably by 2020.Fairtrade Ben & Jerry’sAll ingredients in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream that can be sourced Fairtrade will be certified by 2013. Cage-free eggsWe aim to move to 100% cage-free eggs for all our products, including Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Hellmann’s, Amora and Calvé mayonnaises.**Where allowed by local legislation Sustainable paper & boardWe will source 75% of the paper and board for our packaging from certified sustainably managed forests or from recycled material by 2015. We will reach 100% by 2020. See Packaging & waste for more.
  • Abby: please produce four bar graphs. These should be set up to fade out then in to the next one quickly, with the same title remainingGraph Title: World market value of eco-certified agricultural products2005 $26M, 2010 $64B, 2013 $97B, 2020 $190BSource: Ecosystem Marketplace; Majanen & Milder 2010Graph Title: Volume of RA-certified coffee (MT)Re-draw graph at: http://ra.org/about/business-practicesSource: Rainforest AllianceGraph Title: % of Unilever’s raw materials sourced sustainablyData: In 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020Source: UnileverJCM notes:Our targetsIn 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020.We have set targets for our top ten agricultural raw material groups. These account for 70% of our agricultural raw material volumes.Sustainable teaBy 2015 we aim to have the tea in all Lipton tea bags sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ estates.By 2020 100% of Unilever’s tea, including loose tea, will be sustainably sourced.Sustainable palm oilWe will purchase all palm oil from certified sustainable sources by 2015.Sustainable soyWe will source sustainably all soy beans by 2014 and all soy oils by 2020.Sustainable fruit & vegetablesWe will purchase 100% of our fruit from sustainable sources by 2015.We will purchase 50% of our top 13 vegetables and herbs from sustainable sources by 2012, and 100% by 2015. This accounts for around 80% of our global vegetable and herb volume.Sustainable cocoaWe will source cocoa sustainably for our Magnum ice cream by 2015.All other cocoa will be sourced sustainably by 2020.Sustainable sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil & dairyWe will source all these raw materials sustainably by 2020.Fairtrade Ben & Jerry’sAll ingredients in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream that can be sourced Fairtrade will be certified by 2013. Cage-free eggsWe aim to move to 100% cage-free eggs for all our products, including Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Hellmann’s, Amora and Calvé mayonnaises.**Where allowed by local legislation Sustainable paper & boardWe will source 75% of the paper and board for our packaging from certified sustainably managed forests or from recycled material by 2015. We will reach 100% by 2020. See Packaging & waste for more.
  • Abby: please produce four bar graphs. These should be set up to fade out then in to the next one quickly, with the same title remainingGraph Title: World market value of eco-certified agricultural products2005 $26M, 2010 $64B, 2013 $97B, 2020 $190BSource: Ecosystem Marketplace; Majanen & Milder 2010Graph Title: Volume of RA-certified coffee (MT)Re-draw graph at: http://ra.org/about/business-practicesSource: Rainforest AllianceGraph Title: % of Unilever’s raw materials sourced sustainablyData: In 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020Source: UnileverJCM notes:Our targetsIn 2010, we sourced 10% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably. We have a roadmap to increase this to 30% by 2012; 50% by 2015; and 100% by 2020.We have set targets for our top ten agricultural raw material groups. These account for 70% of our agricultural raw material volumes.Sustainable teaBy 2015 we aim to have the tea in all Lipton tea bags sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ estates.By 2020 100% of Unilever’s tea, including loose tea, will be sustainably sourced.Sustainable palm oilWe will purchase all palm oil from certified sustainable sources by 2015.Sustainable soyWe will source sustainably all soy beans by 2014 and all soy oils by 2020.Sustainable fruit & vegetablesWe will purchase 100% of our fruit from sustainable sources by 2015.We will purchase 50% of our top 13 vegetables and herbs from sustainable sources by 2012, and 100% by 2015. This accounts for around 80% of our global vegetable and herb volume.Sustainable cocoaWe will source cocoa sustainably for our Magnum ice cream by 2015.All other cocoa will be sourced sustainably by 2020.Sustainable sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil & dairyWe will source all these raw materials sustainably by 2020.Fairtrade Ben & Jerry’sAll ingredients in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream that can be sourced Fairtrade will be certified by 2013. Cage-free eggsWe aim to move to 100% cage-free eggs for all our products, including Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Hellmann’s, Amora and Calvé mayonnaises.**Where allowed by local legislation Sustainable paper & boardWe will source 75% of the paper and board for our packaging from certified sustainably managed forests or from recycled material by 2015. We will reach 100% by 2020. See Packaging & waste for more.
  • Abby: I will do more work on this later. For now, could you just make the arrows the same width, choose a more attractive color scale, e.g., blue shades for the y-axis, green for the x-axis? And create some oval blobs with dummy text in the matrix space that I can fill in with the names of eco-standards schemes.
  • Scaling up certified site practices The standard builds in consideration of mgmt in the landscape – trees in farming landscape benefit off-site communities and ecosystems – and landscape planning via HCV approaches, etc.Other mechanisms – policy policy uptake, involving regional gov’t, Ghana cocoa industry, KTDA (institution) (leverage, or landscape) – demonstration approachesLandscape labelling – origin of products; add env’l mgmt to place-based ‘quality’ labelsGet examples from these groups of where these concepts are at workPromote sustainable farm impacts to mainstream, via policy, e.g., tea in Kenya (incipient in Vietnam)
  • Laos – Nam ha protected area with integrated agriculture.

Landscape Approaches to Agricultural Eco-Standards Landscape Approaches to Agricultural Eco-Standards Presentation Transcript

  • Toward landscape benefitsfrom agricultural eco-standardsJeffrey Milder and Lee GrossEcoAgriculture Partners
  • Agricultural eco-standards going mainstream World market value of eco-certified agricultural products (billions USD) $200 $150 $100 $50 $0 2005 2010 2013 2020 Source: Ecosystem Marketplace; Majanen & Milder 2010
  • Agricultural eco-standards going mainstream Rainforest Alliance-certified coffee production (metric tons) 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source: Rainforest Alliance
  • Agricultural eco-standards going mainstream Source: RSPO website
  • Agricultural eco-standards going mainstream % of Unilever’s raw materials planned to be sourced sustainably 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 2010 2012 2015 2020 Source: Unilever
  • But are they supporting integrated, multi-functional landscapes? YES RSPO RTRS RSBLANDSCAPE FOCUS? Rainforest Alliance Bonsucro SAI FLO NO EXPLICIT FOCUS ON NO YES ECOLOGICAL OUTCOMES? Source: State of Sustainability Initiatives (2010); authors’ assessments
  • Linking farm and landscape sustainability
  • Understandingimpacts Sources: pyramid: Assessing Ecological Impacts of Agricultural Eco- Certification and Standards, Milder et al. 2012; photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT
  • Thanks for yourattention!