In this two-part session, we highlight the challenges and opportunities of deforestation-free import regulations in regions where commodities are produced by smallholder farmers, such as coffee and cocoa in Peru. Panelists will first discuss how the EU plans to prevent forest-intensive products from entering its market, and how actors along the value chain (including companies, governments and farmers) are planning to meet compliance and reduce risk. They will then proceed to map strategic opportunities within the policy and wider institutional context for advancing the process at scale, along with priorities to generate them, and progresses so far.
Fabiola Muñoz DoderoCoordinator in Peru
Governors for Climate & Forest (GCF) Task Force
Valentina RobiglioSenior land use systems scientist
Agrarian Cooperative ACOPAGRO
John GrilloSustainability Projects Leader
José San MartínGeneral Manager
José Luis CapellaDirector of the Forests and Ecosystem Services Programme
Peruvian Society of Environmental Law (SPDA)
Patricia LunaSenior Policy Analyst
Earth Innovation Institute
Cabinet of Advisors of the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation in Peru
Regional Government of San Martin, Peru
Lucia RuizBoard Member
SUNASS and Architecture for REDD+ Transactions
Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium
Ana SarabiaPresident, Agrarian Cooperative Bella
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