Green business in action
WWF Global Forest & Trade Network
The GFTN—a WWF-led partnership—links more than 300 companies, communities, NGOs, and entrepreneurs in more than 30 countries around the world. The goal is to create a new market for environmentally responsible forest products.
Equitable payment for watershed services
WWF, CARE and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) are partnering to develop an approach to PES that is suitable for the Payment for Watershed Services (PWS) with an emphasis on balancing poverty reduction efforts with watershed conservation and social justice.
The project under WWF-Indonesia’s West Kalimantan Programme is located in the Mendalam sub-watershed, in the buffer zone of Betung Kerihun National Park (BKNP), Kapuas Hulu District and involves five neighbouring villages. Using a multi-stakeholder approach, this project aims to implement payment services for water catchment area conservation that will support natural resource management by providing better livelihoods to communities living upstream of the water catchment areas.
The Borneo Initiative
TBI’s mission is to join all stakeholders - forest concessions, governments, corporations, NGOs - in an international platform and enable them to jointly work towards sustainable forest management, according to international (FSC) and national (LEI) certification criteria.