What is the right balance between regulation and incentives to drive low carbon sourcing that delivers social equity?

Clock icon 11:00 - 11:45
At COP26 governments committed to end commodity-driven deforestation by 2030. If this is to be achieved, strong and effective legislation is necessary. Policy measures are under way globally, including due diligence legislation in the EU and the UK and the FOREST Act in the United States. However, many have criticised the proposed legislation for potential unintended consequences, arguing that the laws don’t actually tackle the root causes that drive deforestation in producer countries.

In this session our panel of experts will discuss:

  • The optimal balance between regulation and incentives that promotes low carbon sourcing
  • The current and expected regulatory landscape on deforestation 
  • How to frame forest protection as an opportunity to incentivise smallholder farmers and local communities

Get in touch

For any questions on the conference:

Hanna Halmari
Project Director
[email protected]

Or for more information about sponsorship options:

Anita Thomson
Head of Partnerships
[email protected]

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Registration for the conference is currently open. To sign up, you can do so online here, or get in touch directly for details of group discounts. 

Pre-conference webinar series

We'll also be running a pre-conference webinar series in the week of 24th October. This series will be accessible for conference attendees and will set the scene for discussion at the Sustainable Landscapes and Commodities Forum. More information will follow soon. 

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