Sustainable landscapes, green
growth and poverty reduction
JAKARTA | MAY 2014
Is it possible to execute forest
management that supports both
green growth and poverty
reduction?
Sustainable Business
• Working for the future
• Business in balance with community and environment
APP’s approach
FOREST CONSERVATION POLICY, FEB’ 2013
Zero Deforestation
Reduce GHG Emissions / Peatland Protection
Respect...
APP’s 1 million hectare
commitment
APP will conserve and restore 1m hectares of
rainforest. 9 priority landscapes identifi...
Pivotal role in the landscape
• APP SUPPLIERS IN THE JAMBI LANDSCAPE
• COMMUNITY MUST ALSO BENEFIT
Delivering the FCP
Considers APP suppliers’
concessions in context of regional
landscape
Integrates / reconciles interests...
BUT…we cannot do it alone
Overlapping concession licenses
Forest and peat fires
Community rights
Challenges
What’s required?
No-deforestation commitments from others
Funding and investment
Market recognition
Focus on landscape con...
How do we:
Monitor, Report, Verify
FCP monitoring
dashboard
TFT Progress Updates
Rainforest Alliance FCP
evaluation
THANK YOU
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This presentation by Aida Greenbury from APP given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Equitable development: Sustainable landscapes, green growth and poverty reduction" asks the important question: "Is it possible to execute forest management that supports both green growth and poverty reduction?". APP explains its sustainable business practice, its 1 million ha commitment and the challenges APP is facing.

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Sustainable landscapes, green growth and poverty reduction

  1. 1. Sustainable landscapes, green growth and poverty reduction JAKARTA | MAY 2014
  2. 2. Is it possible to execute forest management that supports both green growth and poverty reduction?
  3. 3. Sustainable Business • Working for the future • Business in balance with community and environment
  4. 4. APP’s approach FOREST CONSERVATION POLICY, FEB’ 2013 Zero Deforestation Reduce GHG Emissions / Peatland Protection Respect For Local Community Rights Responsible Fibre Sourcing Transparency
  5. 5. APP’s 1 million hectare commitment APP will conserve and restore 1m hectares of rainforest. 9 priority landscapes identified
  6. 6. Pivotal role in the landscape • APP SUPPLIERS IN THE JAMBI LANDSCAPE • COMMUNITY MUST ALSO BENEFIT
  7. 7. Delivering the FCP Considers APP suppliers’ concessions in context of regional landscape Integrates / reconciles interests of company, community and environment Stakeholder engagement – ensures involvement of local stakeholders Integrated sustainable forest management plans (ISFMPs)
  8. 8. BUT…we cannot do it alone Overlapping concession licenses Forest and peat fires Community rights Challenges
  9. 9. What’s required? No-deforestation commitments from others Funding and investment Market recognition Focus on landscape conservation
  10. 10. How do we: Monitor, Report, Verify FCP monitoring dashboard TFT Progress Updates Rainforest Alliance FCP evaluation
  11. 11. THANK YOU

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