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FSC Asia Pacific to host a partner event in the Asia Pacific Forestry Week 2019

The Asia Pacific Forestry Week 2019 will be held in Incheon, the Republic of Korea from 17-21 June 2019 at Songdo Convensia Convention Center. To demonstrate FSC’s support to the event and commitment to the collaborative effort to make our forests thrive, FSC Asia Pacific will host a partner event on 19 June from 3.30 – 5pm, titled “FSC’s impacts in Asia Pacific on the forestry and value chains – perspectives from the private sectors and partners”, with the support of WWF International and NEPCon.

This year also marks the 25 years anniversary of FSC’s establishment. As the world’s most trusted forest certification scheme, we would like to take this opportunity to showcase:

  • FSC’s decades of impacts in the Asia Pacific region, especially on forests and value chains, from the evaluations of the latest reports and perspectives of core market players;
  • The recent developments of the supply chain integrity programmes, such as transaction verification and wood identification testing;
  • Collaboration opportunities and synergies with market-based approaches, including increasing market access, promoting legality assurance and embrace change

Agenda 

FSC’s impacts in Asia Pacific on the forestry and value chains
– perspective from private sector and partners 

  Date & Time: 19 June(Wed) 15:30 – 17:00   Venue: Room 102
(Partner event of Stream 4: Promoting Responsible Trade and Markets) 

15.30   Welcome & Opening – Anthony Sebastian,  FSC International Board of Director

15.35   Overview of FSC and APAC region – impact delivered and updates
             Jayco Fung, Interim Regional Director & Head of Market Development for
             Asia Pacific, FSC Asia Pacific  

15.45  Impacts and changes seen in business on the ground
            Jimmy Kim, Circular Economic Expert, Tetra Pak Korea and more 

16.00  More than a Market-Based Tool – the role of FSC certification to strengthen
governance institutions and mechanisms in Asia Pacific
            Karen Mo, Lead, Research & Development, Forest, WWF International 

16.10  The use of certification in the Due Diligence process
            Adam Grant, International Business Development Director, NEPCon

16.20    New technologies and tool to protect supply chain integrity
              Janet Zhang, Supply Chain Integrity Manager, Asia Pacific, FSC International

16.35    Panel Discussion and Q&A – Envisioning the Future of Certification and embrace  change – how FSC’s latest development can better complement the evolving government legality system and corporate legality compliance

17.00    Closing

Register now to the Asia Pacific Forestry Week 2019!

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