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ROAD TO COP26 TASKFORCE

Background

In 2020, the RSPO designed a new operational strategy to accelerate delivery of the seven key strategies of the RSPO Theory of Change (ToC). One of the seven key strategies identified in the ToC was the Engagement of the Supporting Sector. As part of this new operational plan, “Engagement of the Supporting Sector” has been highlighted as an urgent and over-looked priority.

Hence, on 25 February 2021, the RSPO Board of Governors endorsed the Road to COP26 Taskforce. The objective of this taskforce is to position RSPO as a solution-provider and thought leader in the development and delivery of green trade deals and international agreements for sustainable palm oil, and to accelerate demand for RSPO certification across the global supply chain.

The Taskforce will provide strategic guidance and advice to the RSPO Secretariat in the development and execution of a twelve-month outreach campaign, and to provide access to high level spokespeople and C-Suite leaders in the context of COP26 and other key events between January and December 2021.

Members

Name Organisation Membership Sector
Anita Neville Golden Agri-Resources Grower
Colin D’Silva Cargill Incorporated Processor and Trader
Fred Stolle World Resources Institute Non-Governmental Organisation
Gaëtan Etancelin Savonnerie Tropicale S.A Grower
Roger Charles Standard Chartered Bank Financial Institution
Sian Morris The Procter & Gamble Company Consumer Goods Manufacturer
Stacey Philips Credit Suisse AG Financial Institution
Steven Fairbairn Olam International Limited Grower

Secretariat

Name Designation
Dan Strechay (Lead) Global Outreach and Engagement Director

Related Information

Resources
Title Language Modified *
Last modified date of master document
General Management
17 Mar 2021
Minutes of Meeting
17 Mar 2021