One of the key objectives of the Multi-stakeholder Taskforce is to channel knowledge, feedback and recommendations from leading business and civil society into the Government-to-Government process. With this in mind a few proposals have been drafted as suggestions for participating governments to consider and take into account while taking part in the FACT Government to Government discussions.
Solutions proposed to the G2G Working Groups on Smallholders Support
Solutions proposed to the G2G Working Groups on Trade and Markets
Research, Development and Innovation suggestions to the Chairs Proposal draft
Solutions proposed to the G2G Working Groups on Transparency and Traceability
Proposal Idea for FACT G2G
What WWF wants from the Forest, Agriculture and Commodity Trade (FACT) Dialogue
WWF ideas for the FACT Dialogue
About the FACT Dialogue
The FACT (Forest, Agriculture and Commodity Trade) Dialogue is hosted by the COP26 Presidency and supported by TFA, to accelerate the transition towards more sustainable land-use practices.Read more
See the proposed multi-stakeholder consultation process. It outlines an initial phase that started in 2020 and the launch of the dialogue.Read more
TFA has convened a global Taskforce that will ensure that the voices, insights, and recommendations of ALL involved in commodity supply chains are effectively channelled into G2G dialogues.Read more
FACT Collaboration Portal
This Collaboration Portal is a space to share ideas, best practices, learnings and solutions - a place for communities, businesses, investors, governments and producers to collaborate and help shape the conversation.Read more
The outputs of the FACT Dialogue multi-stakeholder consultation process are available here, and more are on the way.Read more
As part of the Multi-Stakeholder Consultation process, we are keen to hear opinions, voices and insights from across the forest, agriculture and commodity trade sectors - from both consumer and producer perspectives, from regional and local stakeholders, from businesses large and small, and civil society.