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The new EU initiative on Deforestation Free Supply Chains: Opportunities for the coffee sector - Shared screen with speaker view
aly SEM toure
13:35
hello there
aly SEM toure
13:55
i would like to take the floor please if possible
Lorenzo Castillo
14:20
Como accedo trasmisión en español
Monika Firl
19:39
Lorenzo, justamente estan hablando del problema de la falta de traducion en este webinar. :-(
mario Cerutti
19:42
i propose that all participants offer a financial contribution to ICO to make translation possible…..
Luis Alberto Valerio Hernández
20:51
Un es una forma de exclusion
Luis Alberto Valerio Hernández
23:26
Siendo muchos países productores de café de habla hispana
Diego Torres
23:57
The French version: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/resource.html?uri=cellar:b42e6f40-4878-11ec-91ac-01aa75ed71a1.0014.02/DOC_1&format=PDF
Diego Torres
24:08
Spanish version: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/resource.html?uri=cellar:b42e6f40-4878-11ec-91ac-01aa75ed71a1.0022.02/DOC_1&format=PDF
Diego Torres
24:22
All other EU languages: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52021PC0706
Diego Torres
43:44
The link to the 2019 Communication in all EU languages: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52019DC0352
Elisabeth Walaas
45:59
Appreciate it the slides could e circulated to the participants. Best Elisabeth Walaas
mario Cerutti
48:14
thanks Astrid for the very interestring presentation.did you study the possibility that land before 31/12/20 will be used for the 6 commodities and new deforested areas will be used for other crops ? How can we address this risk ?
Angela Aiello
52:44
sorry, we don't see the charts scroll. I do not know if it is a technical problem
gerardo patacconi
53:13
no slide for this intervention
Angela Aiello
53:30
ok, perfect Doct. Patacconi
Diego Torres
56:13
Thank you for the quesiton Mario. Yes, the Impact Assessment looked into several problems related to leakage, including the possibility that deforestation is displaced to other commodities outside the scope. One fix for that potential problem is the progressive scope put forward in the proposal, meaning that the scope of commodities will be assessed regularly, and potentialy expanded, according to new deforestation data - while maintaining the cut-off date of 2020.
mario Cerutti
57:21
👍 Thanks Diego
Monika Firl
58:57
is there a document available that clarifies the distinctions to be classified as a "low risk" verses a "high risk" region or production system???
Monika Firl
01:00:58
and in assessing impacts of land management practices, how do "managed agroforestry systems" stack up against "natural forests"
Diego Torres
01:01:26
Thank you Monika. The criteria for the classification and the consequences of the classification are contained in the proposal: https://ec.europa.eu/environment/publications/proposal-regulation-deforestation-free-products_en
Monika Firl
01:01:51
Many thanks Diego!! :-)
Monika Firl
01:07:18
Many thanks for your excellent presentation Hernando of the real challenges this presents for the coffee sector in Colombia (and worldwide)!!
mario Cerutti
01:08:09
thanks Mr. Duque
mario Cerutti
01:08:17
very clear explanation
Hernando Duque
01:10:13
I have to leave to attend another meeting. Guido Fernandez from NY office is connected. Thanks.
JAVIER Aliaga Lordemann
01:11:34
very good point Hernando, in many countries the average rate of deforestation is much higher than in the producing regions, this is an identification bias that unfairly penalizes producers
mario Cerutti
01:24:13
I wish to thank all speaker for sharing their knowledge and the ICO and Dr. Gerardo Patacconi in particular for the very interesting meeting and for the idea to organize it.i propose to have another occasion to deepen the discussion and move forward in more details and incorporating different points of view.thanks a lot.
gerardo patacconi
01:25:00
Thanks Mario it is the first opportunity...we shall continue
ICO Veronica Ottelli
01:29:14
Please find below a document detailing Brazil’s position with reference to the EU Proposal for regulationhttps://www.ico.org/documents/cy2021-22/ed-2403e-communication-brazil.pdf
Kerstin Roesberg
01:30:43
It would be very helpful if you could forward this presentation as well to the participants. Thanks in advance!
gerardo patacconi
01:31:24
all presentations and recordings and links will be shared
Kerstin Roesberg
01:31:39
Perfect, thanks.
Janina Grabs
01:32:11
We assembled some ideas from an academic point of view to balance inclusion of smallholders in sustainable supply chains and zero-deforestation (conservation) outcomes, freely available here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959378021001369
Elisabeth Walaas
01:32:43
Thanks.
Janina Grabs
01:32:58
Blog post summary: https://www.sustainablesupplychains.org/how-to-find-synergies-between-effectiveness-and-equity-when-designing-supply-chain-sustainability-policies/
Hannelore BEERLANDT
01:33:39
Thank you Janina, very interesting !
Janina Grabs
01:33:39
policy brief: https://zerodeforestationimpacts.files.wordpress.com/2021/11/step-by-step-guide-for-effective-and-equitable-zero-deforestation-supply-chain-policies_final.pdf
Ismael NDJEWE NDOMBA
01:35:35
Thank you Elisabeth for your presentation.
Fanny Gauttier
01:36:20
The link to the Rainforest Alliance position paper: https://www.rainforest-alliance.org/resource-item/our-response-to-the-eu-regulation-on-deforestation-free-products/ and the paper by the Accountability Framework on how to improve the definitions of the proposed regulation: https://accountability-framework.org/clear-definitions-the-core-of-a-strong-eu-regulation-to-address-deforestation-and-related-impacts/
Fanny Gauttier
01:37:37
We also developed specific recommendations for a more smallholder-inclusive regulation with our partners Fern, FTAO, Solidaridad and Tropenbos International: https://www.fern.org/fileadmin/uploads/fern/Documents/2022/Including_smallholders_in_the_EU_regulation_on_deforestation-free_products-FINAL.pdf
Samuel Antwi
01:40:40
Hope this presentation will be shared with participants who joined late
gerardo patacconi
01:41:07
all will be shared including recording and llinnks to document
Beatriz Fernandez, UNEP
01:45:27
Absolutely, Gerardo
Denis Seudieu
01:57:36
If cut off date is December 2020, coffee being a perennial crop, current production was produced by trees planted at least 5 years ago (2015). how are you going to assess this?
Gelkha Buitrago - GCP
02:00:44
Last year in October 2021 GCP published the Coffee Sustainability Reference Code, a sector common understanding on the key topics of sustainability, including deforestation. You can find that document here. https://www.globalcoffeeplatform.org/our-work/coffee-sustainability-reference-code/
Samuel Antwi
02:01:22
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Beatriz Fernandez, UNEP
02:10:24
thank you, Gerardo and everyone for this fruitful meeting today
Monika Firl
02:11:15
many thanks for this session.... I look forward to further conversations and yes -- with multiple languages would be ideal!
Eileen Gordon, ECF
02:11:16
Thank you to ICO for coordinating such an interesting and relevant meeting.
Hannelore BEERLANDT
02:11:29
Thank you to EC and to ICO for highly interesting presentation and dialogue. Together we will get to more sustainable coffee. Together with coffee farmers in first instance.
Christina Archer
02:11:30
Really helpful meeting, many thanks to ICO for organising this.
Nicolas Léger
02:11:34
Very insightful webinar. Thank you very much.
Lisanne Evers
02:12:09
Thank you!