This project aims to build and strengthen forest dependent communities in Nepal by mapping out the opportunities for the communities and by strengthening the partnership between the project partners ANSAB and NEPCon.
Five national risk assessments were developed to evaluate if biomass is produced in accordance to the SBP Sustainable Feedstock Standard. The assessments were carried out in five different countries, namely, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Denmark and Portugal.
The project strives to support sustainable livelihoods of 6,000 poor and low income rural farmers in the Quang Tri province of Vietnam, and to improve access to affordable and clean energy efficiency solutions for 2,000 households as well as supporting a sustainable forest resource base and mitigating carbon emissions.
The aim of this project was to develop online capacity building tools to help palm oil companies in Indonesia that were either legally required or interested in voluntary reporting of their sustainability related practices.
The purpose of this project was to test the auditability of the Indonesia National Forest Stewardship. The field test was conducted in PT Wana Subur Lestari in September 2018. Various documents were reviewed, a wide range of sites were visited, many interviews were completed and the communities which may be impacted by this standard were consulted.
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