Advice Note on the Development of Indicators for the Protection of Intact Forest Landscapes and Indigenous Cultural Landscapes in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia

After extensive stakeholder feedback, the FSC International Board of Directors decided to revise the default indicator in motion 65 due to the potential for significant undesired side effects in priority Intact Forest Landscape (IFL) countries. As a result, FSC is seeking input on updated guidelines for motion 65 implementation in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia through a public consultation that will close on 6 December 2016.


Document
ADV-20-007 Advice Note on the Development of Indicators for the Protection of Intact Forest Landscapes and Indigenous Cultural Landscapes in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia

Consultation period
10 October 2016 to 6 December 2016

Target group
We invite FSC stakeholders, including:

  • FSC network partners
  • FSC standard development groups
  • FSC certificate holders
  • FSC accredited certification bodies

Consultation objectives
The objective of this consultation is to develop indicators for the protection of intact forest landscapes and indigenous cultural landscapes in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia.

This advice note applies to network partners, standard development groups, certificate holders, and certification bodies operating in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia.

How to respond
Respondents should read the draft of the Advice Note on the Development of Indicators for the Protection of Intact Forest Landscapes and Indigenous Cultural Landscapes in Brazil, Canada, the Congo Basin, and Russia, and use the comments template to present their feedback. Once filled out, the template should be sent to iflindicators.comments at fsc point org before Tuesday 6 of December, 2016.

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