The HCV Approach is a unique three-step methodology that helps protect HCVs in prospective forestry and agricultural plantations and across landscapes. It is referenced as a tool for achieving several UN Sustainable Development Goals, for meeting corporate sustainability commitments, and as a mechanism to ensure responsible investments in forestry and agriculture globally.
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A new guide on how to develop national/regional HCV interpretations, for use as part of site-level HCV assessments and/or HCV screening at landscape and jurisdictional levels has been published. The High Conservation Value (HCV) definitions apply in a wide range of geographical regions and production contexts, irrespective of ecosystem, scale or commodity. However, as topography, […]Keep reading
Jimena Frojan, ALS Senior Quality Manager, attended the training course in Mexico which was co-organised by Proforest, Pepsico and Femexpalma. From November 4th to 8th, Proforest imparted an HCV-HCSA Assessor Training Course in Palenque, Mexico. The course was jointly organised by HCVRN Member Proforest, Femexpalma (the Mexican Palm Oil Association) and Pepsico, as part of […]Keep reading