Deforestation and conversion
The Framework supports companies in setting and achieving goals to eliminate deforestation and ecosystem conversion from commodity supply chains.See topic
The Framework supports companies in setting and achieving goals to respect human rights, including the rights of workers and of indigenous peoples and local communities.See topic
For companies that purchase agricultural or forestry commodities, traceability and supply chain mapping are essential for understanding environmental and human rights risks.See topic
To achieve supply chains that are free from deforestation, ecosystem conversion, and human rights abuses, companies must ensure compliance with these elements throughout their entire supply base.See topic
Achieving ethical supply chains depends on the responsible establishment and operation of production and primary processing sites.See topic
Monitoring and verification
Monitoring and verification systems are essential components of company operations, risk assessment, supply chain management, and reporting.See topic
Landscape and jurisdictional approaches
The Framework clarifies how companies and other stakeholders can implement ethical supply chains in coordination with jurisdictional initiatives to more effectively address environmental and human rights issues.See topic
One primary use of the Accountability Framework for companies to use it to benchmark their commitments. Companies can see how their policies match up to the Framework and see what they need to improve.
Mike Senior | Deputy Director - Conservation and Land Use, ProforestTestimonials
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