Last December, the EU reached an agreement on a new law, the EUDR, to prevent companies from placing commodities linked to deforestation and forest degradation, into the EU markets, or exporting them from the EU.
This ground-breaking zero-deforestation legislation covers seven commodities, namely wood, rubber, soy, palm oil, coffee, cocoa, beef and derivatives such as leather, chocolate, furniture and palm oil derivatives. It is expected to have far-reaching implications for a wide range of industries, including Chinese companies that are part of the supply chains to Europe.
What are the specific EUDR requirements? What impacts will it have on Chinese companies? What will European buyers and retailers require from suppliers under this new law? How should Chinese suppliers and exporting trading companies prepare for compliance? What is the difference between EUDR and the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR)? How should companies with EUTR compliance system meet the EUDR requirements? How will sustainable certification systems such as the Forest Stewardship CouncilTM (FSCTM), Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Rainforest Alliance certification and etc, align with the EUDR requirements? What does the new legislation mean for the rubber industry and agricultural companies?
And, what are Preferred by Nature's solutions to help the impacted companies?
In this workshop, we will answer all these questions while providing a forum for interested parties to discuss the best solutions and ways to respond to the EUDR.
David Hadley, Regulatory Programme Director at Preferred by Nature
Xinxin Zhang, East Asia Regional Director at Preferred by Nature
English-Chinese simultaneous interpretation to be provided.
How to register
We invite interested parties to join us on 21 March from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm in Shanghai, China.
Please complete the registration form below to save your seat. You will receive a confirmation email with the workshop schedule and address information.
Participation is free of charge. However, as the number of seats is limited, the registration is based on a first-come-first-served basis. So, please register as soon as possible. A maximum of two participants are allowed for each organisation.
This seminar is part of Preferred by Nature's efforts to create awareness of the EUDR around the globe.
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