Tools and resources to facilitate compliance with the Forest Code

  • Aliança da Terra

    The Produzindo Certo Platform allows the rural producer to provide details of the environmental, social and productive profiles of his property according to the diagnosis made by Aliança da Terra. The platform provides a visual map of all the partner properties in Brazil.

  • CDP

    CDP runs the global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts. Its updated version for Supply Chains (Program Supply Chain – Forest) asks specifically if a company is attentive to compliance with the Brazilian Forest Code, in its own operations and in its suppliers, and which indicators of compliance are monitored.

     

  • Forest 500

    The Forest 500 is a global rating agency that identifies and ranks the most influential companies, financial institutions, and governments in the race towards a deforestation-free economy and which comply with the Brazilian Forest Code. By objectively identifying and ranking the 500 power brokers that have a large-scale influence over forest risk commodity supply chains, the F500 holds companies, financial institutions and governments accountable for their actions. The ranking is made with points from 0 to 5 and is based on the deforestation policies of each institution.

    The Forest Code Platform Scorecard ranks 76 retail companies that are exposed to a deforestation risk through Brazilian-produced commodities in their supply chains. The goal of the scorecard is to help users identify whether these companies comply with the Brazilian Forest Code and other criteria of legality and sustainability.

  • Global Coffee Platform

    The Country Platforms of GCP are locally owned structures which allow national and international, and public and private sector stakeholders to establish local priorities collectively act to tackle them. The Brazilian national platform is reserved for members. The platform offers representatives of the private and public sectors a space to create a common strategic implementation plan in accordance with the Forest Code.

  • Global Forest Watch

    Global Forest Watch offers the latest data, technology and tools that empower people everywhere to better protect forests. GFW is free and simple to use, enabling anyone to create custom maps, analyze forest trends, subscribe to alerts, or download data for their local area or the entire world.

  • TRASE

    TRASE is a powerful new sustainability platform that enables governments, companies, investors and others to better understand and address the environmental and social impacts linked to their supply chains. The platform provides a mapping of the entire commodity chain of custody and of companies that have zero deforestation targets or not. The map allows the user to find out if a company is or is not responsible for deforestation. For Brazil, soy and livestock are mapped.