Online seminar: The landscape approach
Achieving sustainable supply chains and regulatory compliance through the landscape approach
The landscape approach has become one of the key approaches to tackle the many sustainability issues and ensure upcoming regulatory compliance related to global value chains. The challenges of scarce natural ressources and degrading biodiversity, protection of human rights and inclusion of small holder farmers in complex value chains and global trade calls for more transformative and holistic approaches to achieve sustainable development. This is particularly true for the agriculture and land use sectors.
In this online seminar we therefore explore the “landscape approach”: a holistic and integrated way of managing land and natural resources to achieve sustainable outcomes. This approach goes beyond supply chains.
A landscape approach takes into account the ecological, social, and economic aspects of a landscape and aims to engage with different stakeholders at the local level. Various organisations have pointed out and illustrated that we cannot achieve sustainable supply chains if we don’t consider the landscape they are part of. But is there a common definition for landscape approach? What is expected of companies in the light of upcoming regulation? And how is the landscape approach relevant for sustainable supply chains?
These questions and many more will be discussed during the online mini-seminar on November 29th.
Program and speakers
9:00 Welcome and introducing today’s seminar, by Janine Dortmundt, Advisor at Ethical Trade Denmark
9:05 ‘The landscape approach: a solution to EUDR?’ by Violaine Berger, Senior Program Manager of the Cocoa and Forest Initiatives and Cocoa Landscapes at IDH
9:30 ‘The role of philanthropy in applying a landscape approach’ by Casper Thulstrup, Head of Biodiversity Partnerships, International Strategic Development & Quality at Hempel Foundation
9:50 ‘Landscape Approach: Challenges & Opportunities for creating lasting and transformative impact for people, nature & climate’ by Luzia Rabelo, Senior Climate and Forest Specialist at WWF Denmark
10:10 Questions & discussion
10:30 Thank you for today
Contact Janine Dortmundt at email@example.com for more information.
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