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Forest certification and ecolabelling of Indonesian forest products

Chris Bennet

Forest certification and ecolabelling of Indonesian forest products

prospects and policy challenges

by Chris Bennet

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Published by Associates in rural development for Office of Rural and Environmental Management, USAID in Jakarta .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChris Bennet, Ani Septiani & Joanna Elliott ; natural resources management project, Bappenas, Ministry of Forestry assisted by USAID.
SeriesReport -- no. 77
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2000/50143 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 82 leaves
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24011402M
LC Control Number00366172

community-based forest management in Indonesia, a certification system for Sustainable Community Based Forest Management (SCBFM) has been developed since [4]. The SCBFM certification is an assessment and labeling activity aimed at stating that forest products derived from forests managed by a community forest have been.   Indonesia also has its own scheme, the Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute (LEI-Lembaga Ekolabel Indonesia). The most prominent scheme for the certification of responsible forest management in the tropics is the FSC, which checks companies and FMUs to ensure they are adhering to pre-established principles, criteria and indicators.

There are many recognized forest certification schemes, with some of them being deployed globally, including the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), and some used at a national level, such as the Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute and Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC Cited by: 2. the training of Bolivian communal forest holders in responsible forest management and certification issues; the development and marketing of certified forest products from community-based forestry projects. Promoting markets for certified wood It's one thing to certify timber and another to get it to the markets. This is why WWF is also raising.

Indonesia’s secret forests: Underground water world In Java’s cultural heartland, a hidden world of caverns, clear water and mysterious creatures is an ecosystem like no other Feature - 6 Mar Key stages required to obtain SFM certification include: become familiar with the certification options and requirements available in the country where the certification is planned to be carried out, which can be obtained on the website of the relevant PEFC-endorsed national certification system; ensure that the management practices of forest.


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Forest certification and ecolabelling of Indonesian forest products by Chris Bennet Download PDF EPUB FB2

Forest Certification and Control Illegal Logging in Indonesia. Learning Lessons to Promote Forest Certification and Control Illegal Logging in Indonesia Year One: 1 October to 31 September impacts, results in the loss of forest products used by rural communities, creates.

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has launched “group certification” and the Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute (LEI) has developed Pengelolaan Hutan Berbasis Masyarakat Lestari (PHBML) specifically to promote community-based forest by: 4.

Book Description. Forest management auditing is expanding from its traditional focus on forest management, stewardship and Chain of Custody certification to more innovative topics such as ecosystem services, forest carbon credits, Non-Wood Forest Products, wood energy and Fair Trade certification.

Forest certification is a voluntary verification tool that has been gaining importance within the global sustainability issues as an independent verification tool for sustainable forest management.

Indonesian forests to benefit from PEFC certification. 9 October PEFC system news. Indonesian forests, home to some of the most biologically diverse forests in the world, can now benefit from credible, globally recognized sustainable forest management certification following the endorsement of the Indonesian Forestry Certification Co-operation (IFCC) by PEFC, the world’s leading forest.

Ecolabeling and Forest Certification as New Environmental Policy Instruments. Factors which Impede and Support Diffusion Kristine Kern (Social Science Research Center Berlin) Ingrid Kissling-Näf (ETH Zurich) Ute Landmann (PEM GmbH/BAPEDAL, Jakarta) Corine. Woodnet Forest Certification Scheme: Belgium.

WoodNet is the Belgian member of the PEFC Council. PEFC - the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification - whose standards seek to transform the way forests are managed globally – and locally - to ensure that all of us can enjoy the environmental, social and economic benefits that forests offer.

Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation In response to the Indonesian national and regional government policy which enacts restrictions on activities outside home due to the spread of the global COVID pandemic throughout the world, including Indonesia, the IFCC Secretariat works from home with working hours at - WIB until.

FOREST CERTIFICATION AND CERTIFIED FOREST PRODUCTS Florian Kraxner, IIASA Geneva, October CERTIFIED FOREST PRODUCTS Chain-of-Custody Certificate Distribution Outside the UNECE Region, 0 25 50 75 apan Br i l i na S out a Vi et m M a w Z and i l e I ndon es ia ia c o i a ugua y.

There are many non-wood forest product (NWFP) produced, traded and consumed in Indonesia of which those which are economically worth mentioning are rattan (Calamus spp.), resin, cayuput oil, turpentine, and gum resin - these are by far are the most important non-wood products.

Production of all these NWFP is shown in Table Forest certification was introduced in the early s to address concerns of deforestation and forest degradation and to promote the maintenance of biological diversity, especially in the tropics.

Initially pushed by environmental groups, it quickly evolved as a potential instrument to promote sustainable forest management (SFM).Cited by: The ecolabelling certification is meant to provide pathways for forest management units in Indonesia to implement sustainable forest management.

The ecolabelling certificate shall provide buyers with information on the social and ecological aspects of the production of the forest products.

The Indonesian Eco-labeling Institute (LEI) promotes sustainable management of Indonesia's forests through the establishment of an eco-labeling certification system for Indonesia's forest products.

Current eco-labeling certification, or certification programs being developed by LEI include: (a) forestry (natural forests, plantation forests. Lembaga Ekolabel Indonesia (LEI) was officially founded in as an independent, non-profit institute in Indonesia.

SinceLEI ha worked together with the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry, The Association of Indonesian Forest Concession Holders and with non-governmental organizations to develop a forest certification system.

• A national application of the international certification framework developed by the Forest Stewardship Council, mainly implemented by the Rainforest Alliance (SmartWood Programme) and SGS Forestry (Qualifor Programme)3. The consultants were asked to analyze these two schemes using the Size: KB. The certification of timber and forest products is intended to change forest management for the better through global timber markets.

This form of ‘ecolabelling’ was initiated by conservationists and consumers in the North, where a market has been created for sustainably produced timber. Beyond timber: Certification and management of non-timber forest products/by Patricia Shanley, Alan Pierce, Sarah Laird and Dawn Robinson.

Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), p. ISBN: CABI thesaurus: 1. certification 2. non-timber forest products 3.

forest management. FOREST PRODUCT INDUSTRIES IN INDONESIA: SECURING TIMBER FROM LEGAL SOURCES Hadi Daryanto1 and Jimmy Purwonegoro2 1Secretary of Director General of Forest Production Management, Ministry of Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia.

2Vice Chair of BRIK (Forest Industry Revitalization Body) GOI recently reforms some regulations linked to promoting legal timber as part of.

Yet, the success of forest certification also depends on the use of other forms of governance, principally incentives (carrots) and institutions (sticks). Producers and other value chain actors can be incentivized to obtain certifications through the promise of wider market access, price premiums for certified goods Cited by: 8.

Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) schemes The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) through independent third-party certification.

12 eco-label criteria in Indonesian National Standard and certification system accredited by KAN; Indonesian Ecolabel logo Indonesian Eco-label Scheme Verified self-declared Ecolabel (Type II): Minister of Environment Regulations (MD 02/) Guidelines for Self-declared Indonesian Ecolabel Self-declared ecolabel logoFile Size: 1MB.There is also a lot of emphasis being placed by the forest protection movement on certification schemes, popularly known as ecolabelling.

By this approach, products would get a green label if their production is considered environmentally sound. Specific criteria and indicators for certification need to be based on principles of sustainable.of fisheries management around the world. New approaches to improving the environmental sustainability of fisheries have included.

the certification of fisheries harvested by sustainable means, and the ecolabelling of fish. and seafood products from certified fisheries.