Proposed EU deforestation regulations: a learning session

Proposed EU deforestation regulations: a learning session

How much do you know about the proposed EU Regulation on Deforestation-free products (EUDR)? Who will be affected by the requirements? How may FSC align with the regulations? What can forest owners and industries do to prepare for these new obligations? Come join us in this session at the upcoming FSC GA 2022!

As part of the Forest Stewardship CouncilTM (FSCTM) General Assembly 2022, Preferred by Nature is organising an informative session where we will be sharing important details about the EU Proposals for a regulation on deforestation-free products (EUDR) and a directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (EUCSDDD).

The session will provide:

  • an outline of the upcoming EUDR and the EUCSDDD
  • indications of how FSC aligns with these regulations
  • insights from key stakeholders as to the implications and opportunities the regulations present

Aside from these, representatives from FSC will also be sharing some of the ways the organisation is responding to these new regulations. The session will close with an open discussion via an interactive panel set-up.

We invite interested attendees and stakeholders present at the Westin Hotel, Nusa Dua for the FSC General Assembly 2022 to join us on 14 October from 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm in the Nusantara 3 room of the hotel.

The FSC General Assembly, traditionally held every three years, brings together leaders and decision-makers from Indigenous Peoples, environmentalists, businesses and many others in FSC’s membership to discuss a responsible future for the world’s forests and the people and animals who inhabit them.

For more information, visit the FSC General Assembly website.

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