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Session Overview
Session
03-06: Can Supply Chain Management Help Improve Land Governance?
Time:
Tuesday, 20/Mar/2018:
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Session Chair: Mario Cerutti, Luigi Lavazza SPA, Italy
Location: MC 6-100

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Presentations
ID: 575 / 03-06: 1
Individual Papers
Topics: Achieving responsible large-scale land based investments: lessons learned 10 years on
Keywords: Private Sector, Forest, Beef

Leveraging Big Data to Promote Sustainable Supply Chains: The Case of Paraguay’s Beef Sector

Ryan Sarsfield2, Peter Veit2, Matt Sommerville1

1USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Tetra Tech; 2World Resources Institute



ID: 975 / 03-06: 2
Individual Papers
Topics: Achieving responsible large-scale land based investments: lessons learned 10 years on
Keywords: Deforestation, Land governance

Can Consumer-Led Initiatives Reinforce Government Action To Arrest Tropical Deforestation Driven By Industrial Agriculture?

Arthur Blundell

Natural Capital Advisors, United States of America



ID: 684 / 03-06: 3
Individual Papers
Topics: Achieving responsible large-scale land based investments: lessons learned 10 years on
Keywords: Indonesia, oil palm, sustainability, zero deforestation, jurisdictional approaches

Multi-level public-private governance arrangements for sustainable palm oil in Indonesia

Pablo Pacheco

Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia



ID: 499 / 03-06: 4
Individual Papers
Topics: Achieving responsible large-scale land based investments: lessons learned 10 years on
Keywords: business models, large-scale land investments, industrial plantations, deforestation, agriculture impacts

Are Sustainable Pathways Possible for Oil Palm Development in Latin America?

Colombine Lesage1,2,3, Laurène Feintrenie3,4,5

1ENSAIA, Nancy, France.; 2Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France.; 3CIRAD - Forests and Societies research unit, Montpellier, France.; 4CATIE, Turrialba, Costa Rica.; 5ICRAF, Lima, Peru.