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AidEnvironment // 05.12.22

World Soil Day 2022 – Healthy soil for more sustainable food production

5 DECEMBER 2022 Celebrating World Soil Day Article by Marina Vara Gutiérrez, Regenerative agriculture expert, Aidenvironment)  Soil nutrition loss is one of the major degradation processes threatening food production and it is widely recognized among the most important problems for food security and sustainable food production at a global scale. World Soil Day 2022 centers on the theme ‘’Soils: where […]

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By Natividad
Deforestation // 30.11.22

Automotive industry is not doing enough to mitigate deforestation risks

Following a 2021 report on the role of the car industry in driving deforestation, Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) has now assessed 15 companies in the automotive supply chain (10 car brands and 5 car seat suppliers) on how each of them addresses leather-related deforestation risks. These companies were individually and systematically scored in relation to the strength of their zero-deforestation policies and strategies; how they implemented these policies; the information they disclose to the […]

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By Natividad
AidEnvironment // 28.11.22

AidEnvironment signs open letter requesting access to customs trade information 

AidEnvironment, together with 55 other civil society organisations (CSOs) and trade unions, wrote an open letter to the European Commission calling for non-state actors to be able to access customs trade information. The organisations believe that the reform of the Union Customs legislation can contribute to a more effective implementation of EU legislative initiatives and the achievement of related policy […]

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By Natividad
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AidEnvironment // 23.11.22

AidEnvironment, Yayasan Sangga Bumi Lestari Collaborate with Tanjungpura University Towards Climate-Resilient Landscape

As a culmination of prior conversations on the matter, on Wednesday, 26 October 2022, AidEnvironment together with its partner organization in Indonesia, Yayasan Sangga Bumi Lestari, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tanjungpura University.  Corresponding cooperation and implementation agreements with the faculty of the Forestry department of the university were also inked at the event. The signing of these […]

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By Natividad
AidEnvironment // 17.11.22

EU Regulation for deforestation-free products: Where do we stand? 

Article by Rita Raleira After the Council of the European Union (“Council”) and the European Parliament (“Parliament”) having adopted their negotiating positions, in June and September respectively, the EU Regulation proposal for deforestation-free supply chains (“EU Deforestation Regulation”) is now in the trilogue negotiations phase. Representatives from the three European institutions (Commission, Council, and Parliament) are currently engaging in informal […]

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By Natividad
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