Currently, Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) is in the process of developing standard which will be built in an open and transparent way, provide an opportunity for stakeholders to participate by building consensus among stakeholders who are members of IFCC Standardization Committee. This standard is still in the stage of draft 0 (zero) development.
On 2 August 2016, the IFCC Standardization Committee held its first meeting in the framework of the discussion on the draft 0 (zero) of IFCC community forest certification standards.
The draft 0 (zero) of IFCC community forest certification standard is being developed ever since 1 October 2015 by a team formed by the IFCC, consists of eight people. This certification standard is an initiative project of the IFCC, which is also the project of PEFC Collaboration Fund in 2015.
The vibrant backdrop of Bali, Indonesia will set the scene for the 2016 PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue titled, ‘Sustainable Landscapes for Sustainable Livelihoods: harnessing the power of forest certification & sustainable supply chains.’
You are cordially invited to attend the two-day event which will take place on the 17 & 18 November 2016.
The dialogue will build clarity and vision on the role of forest certification, sustainable supply chains and stakeholders in catalyzing sustainable landscapes & livelihoods. The world needs more ambitious forest-based solutions. PEFC’s event will provoke exchange amongst participants on how sustainable forestry and forest certification can move beyond traditional boundaries to further accelerate sustainable development. It will challenge, motivate and inspire forest sector leadership in promoting sustainable landscapes where trees deliver maximum positive impacts to people and the environment.
Join PEFC’s event to:
share experience and showcase best practice on creating equitable, productive and healthy landscapes through sustainable supply chains;
build clarity around an expanded role for forest certification and the forest sector in catalyzing sustainable landscapes and livelihoods;
reflect and input into PEFC’s standards, scope and dimensionality in light of new knowledge, opportunities and expectations.
If you would like to attend the event, please register online before 12 October at treee.es/RegPEFCSD2016. To access further information, including updates to the agenda, please refer regularly to the event website at http://pefc.org/pefc-week-2016/home.
We hope to see you in Indonesia!
Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) is an institution that was established with the purpose of implementing forest certification in Indonesia using the world's leading forest certification system, namely the PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification). IFCC certification scheme is a voluntary scheme, developed in the national scope with market acceptance in the international sphere.
IFCC invites you to submit ideas/issue presented in written form (paper), which will be selected to be published in IFCC Newsletter 2016. The first edition of the IFCC Newsletter 2016 will be published soon!
The provisions of the submitted paper to IFCC as follows:
- The theme of the paper is preferred in forestry however does not preclude for other relevant sector.
- The paper is the work of an individual or group.
- The author(s) submit their CV along with the submitted paper.
- The paper shall be original (not the work of others).
- The paper is not belong to any media.
- The author(s) state an information if the paper which will be submitted to IFCC has been published on certain media.
- The paper format: font Calibri, 11pt, space 1, before/after 6 pt, min 2500 words, max 3000 words.
- The paper language is English.
- The paper which is elected to be published in IFCC Newsletter 2016 will get compensation @1.500.000IDR with tax cut.
Further information, kindly contact us:
Plaza Amsterdam Blok D 56, Sentul City,
Bogor, 16810 Indonesia
Telp./Fax (62-21) 87961780 | www.ifcc-ksk.org
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Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) adalah lembaga yang didirikan dengan maksud menyelenggarakan sertifikasi kehutanan di Indonesia dengan menggunakan skema PEFC (Programme for The Endorsement of Forest Certification), yang meliputi antara lain tapi tidak terbatas pada sertifikasi hutan, hasil hutan termasuk hasil industri pengolahannya dan rantai kustodi. IFCC membuka kesempatan kerja untuk posisi Administrasi, Keuangan & Administrasi Web.