TFA 2020 Annual Report 2017

TFA 2020 Annual Report 2017

Prepared for TFA 2020 by AlphaBeta, 12 April 2017

Section 4: Jurisdictional approaches to deforestation-free production offer a significant opportunity for the TFA 2020 agenda

Jurisdictional sustainability programs aim to reconcile competing social, economic, and environmental objectives at a scale that matches the administrative boundaries of sub-national or national governments. This jurisdictional approach to sustainable sourcing is a promising complement to TFA 2020’s existing focus on supply chains.

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