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Establish Low Carbon Consumption and Production in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines (“SCP TIP”)

As of: March 2019

Objective and activities

The project supports national governments in their development of mitigation strategies in the agro-food sector. Companies are encouraged to implement sustainable business models and are offered support on this path. Consumer awareness regarding sustainable consumption and production (SCP) is raised through the engagement of opinion leaders and communication campaigns. Thailand: SCP is serving as a solution model to land degradation and deforestation, with model sites for sustainable agriculture in Northern Thailand and sustainable supply chains to the Thai retail sector. These models should reveal ways out of the destructive monocrop maize production. Indonesia: Contributions to NDC implementation in the agricultural sector, focusing on palm oil production, are evolved and sustainable business models are implemented. Philippines: National strategies for SCP are developed, especially relating to models for reducing GHG emissions in the food service industry and focusing on tourism.

State of implementation/results

  • Thailand:
  • July 2017: Official project kickoff conference with more than 50 key stakeholders including government officials, academics, NGOs, international organisations and others interested parties.
  • Conducting thorough research and review on maize supply chains in Thailand and planning activities based on findings.
  • Joint workshop on “Indicators for sustainable maize production and the animal-feed industry” between WWF and the National Science and Technology Department Agency as a key stakeholder working on sustainable maize supply chains.
  • Launch of the project website scp.wwf.or.th .
  • Initiating pilot sustainable production and consumption models in selected project sites in Chiangmai and Nan as a solution to deforestation, degradation of ecosystems and smallholder livelihoods.
  • October 2018: Co-organising a workshop at the Sustainable Brands Forum in Bangkok in cooperation with the One Planet Consumer Information Programme, promoting the “Guidelines for Providing Product Sustainability Information “.
  • October 2018: Workshop on “Promoting farmers’ markets as a bustling hub of sustainability” under the Sustainable Brands Bangkok forum.
  • Launch of the FLR349 funding model, setting up a model for restoration and protection of degraded headwater ecosystems and the eradication of social inequality, providing incentives for smallholder farmers to shift from monoculture production of maize to sustainable farming practices.
  • Capacity building workshops with local organizations, smallholder farmers and key stakeholders in Chiangmai and Nan. More than 700 farmers have been targeted to test, validate and share farming practices that better protect the environment/ climate.
  • Since November 2017, a total of about 990 acres of maize plantation have been converted from monoculture to an agro-forestry system and serve as model sites for sustainable agriculture and sustainable supply chains.
  • “Eat Better” campaign for public awareness-raising on the need for responsible consumption, including offline and online platforms and engagement tools.
  • Indonesia:
  • July 2017: National kickoff workshop, well-attended by representatives from government stakeholders, private sectors/ business associations and representative of communities/ NGOs.
  • Submission of a proposal for collaboration with Go-Food and Go-Mart (mobile APPs for online delivery) to develop new categories on ‘Green Shopping’ in the APPs.
  • Since December 2017 campaign activities by community partners have been conducted, e.g. the “Live Greener” campaign by Burgreens Community in Jakarta and the “Local for Local” campaign by the Indonesia Organic Community (KOI) in Jakarta, Bandung and Surabaya.
  • WWF-Indonesia’s “Beli Yang Baik” campaign on sustainable consumption has undergone a deep analysis of its effectiveness and strategic delivery. The results are refined messages for the campaign.
  • November 2018: WWF workshop will invite retailers, the Ministry of Trade and industry-related associations to discuss the establishment of a retailer roundtable for increasing the domestic uptake of sustainable products.
  • November 2018: Asia-Pacific Round Table on sustainable consumption and production, organized by the Indonesian government in Jakarta.
  • December 2018: The project will participate at the UNFCCC COP 24 in Katowice/ Poland with new findings on NDC development.
  • A media trip to Sintang, West Kalimantan was conducted with participants from four media outlets and two social media influencers. The trip visited a production side of the palm oil industry.
  • One of the community partners of the project, Indonesia Organic Community, engaged 68 local small producers of organic products through trainings and an awarding event titled ‘Most in Harmony with Nature’. The initiative is promoted on Instagram @lokaluntuklokal @komunitasorganikindonesia
  • Burgreens community started to reach out to a new target audience, namely office employees of three large companies (Development Bank of Singapore, Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Kerry Industries) in the frame of the ‘Live Greener Goes to Office’ activities.
  • The main purpose is to educate office employees of the benefits of eating healthy food and benefitting the environment at the same time.
  • The Live Greener campaign created its own Instagram account @livegreener.id to educate the public on sustainability issues, sustainable food consumption and a zero-waste lifestyle.
  • The project helped to establish a learning center for organic rice farming in Bali.
  • Philippines:
  • Meetings with key tourism cities are underway and inputs are being sought from local governments regarding the project implementation in Tagaytay City, Cebu City and Quezon City. Commitment of project support with the above mentioned cities has been established.
  • Communication materials were continuously developed to promote the project’s core principles: local and sustainable sourcing as well as management of resources and waste.
  • May 2018: An interactive exhibit material in the form of a simulation of a restaurant dining experience and its relation to the environment/ climate was launched at the International Food Exhibition at the World Trade Center Manila.
  • Part of the project activities is to conduct media trips with key actors, i.e. celebrity chefs, key lifestyle influencers, traditional columnists and social bloggers to build awareness in food and tourism media. A media trip series was conducted entitled “Savour Planet: Cooking with a Purpose” in the three key tourism cities of the project.
  • As of September 2018, a total of 24 restaurants have partnered with the project.
  • October 2018: Food waste management, basic food safety and food handling training for Tagaytay City-based restaurants.
  • November 2018: Food waste intervention action planning workshops for Taal Vista Hotel and Pico De Loro.

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Project data

Country:
Indonesia, Paraguay, Philippines, Thailand

Implementing organisation:
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Germany

Partner institution(s):
  • Climate Change Commission (CCC) - Philippines
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives - Thailand
  • State Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) - Indonesia
  • Department of Tourism (DOT) - Philippine
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC) - Thailand
  • Ministry of Environment and Forestry - Indonesia
  • Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) - Thailand
  • Office of the Consumer Protection Board (OCPB) - Thailand

BMU grant:
€ 3,859,999

Duration:
03/2017 till 02/2020

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