7 - 10 NOVEMBER 2016

RT14 Presentation

Updated as at 1 December 2016
Preparatory Cluster 1
RSPO Measures to Reduce Emissions

Cherie Tan
Global Sustainable Sourcing Director, Unilever
'GHG Emission Reduction: Monitoring and Reporting by RSPO Members' by ERWG
Dr Gan Lian Tiong
Co-chair of RSPO ERWG, Musim Mas Group
DSN’s Experience on GHG Assessment Procedure for New Planting
Agustinus Triwibowo
MS Department Head, PT Dharma Satya Nusantara

HCS Convergence (HCSA and HCS+), and implications for RSPO & New Plantings GHG Assessments
Grant Rosoman
Chair - HCS Approach Steering Group, Greenpeace International
Preparatory Cluster 2
How Legal and Traceable are Your FFBs?

Sabarinah Marzuky
Head of RSPO and Certifications Unit, Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd
Do Mass Balance Mills Face A Risk of Buying Illegal FFB? - A Scoping Study in Five Countries
Robert Madge
Chief Executive Officer, FoodReg Daten AG
Engaging Smallholders in Complex Supply Chains: A Palm Oil Case Study
Pierre Courtemanche
Chief Executive OfficerGeoTraceability Limited
JALA Setara; An Apps to Trace and Reach Independent Smallholders in Jambi Province
Rukaiyah Rafik
Executive Director, Yayasan SETARA Jambi

Implementing Supplier Engagement Programmes to Provide Assurance for Uncertified Origins
Pavithra Ramani
Deputy Director of Responsible Sourcing, Proforest
Preparatory Cluster 3
Supply and Demand of Certified Sustainable Palm Kernel Oil

Chris Sayner
Vice President, Customer Alliances, Corporate Sustainability, CRODA

Sourcing Commitments of CGM/Retail
Laura Jungmann
Manager Sustainable Products, Ahold Delhaize GSO B.V.

Supplying Certified PKO Derivatives in Home and Personal Care: A Pragmatic Approach
Dr Uwe Heiser
BU Industrial & Consumer Specialties / Head of Global Quality Assurance, Clariant

Opportunities & Challenges for Downstream Ingredient Companies
M S Sriganesh
Head Sourcing and GM Key Accounts, Galaxy Surfactants Limited

The Palm Kernel Supply Chain: A Challenge?
Dr Petra Meekers
Director of CSR and Sustainable Development, Musim Mas Group

CSPKO- Challenges & Issues from a Producers Perspective
Sandeep Bhan
Head of Global Bulk Business (Tropical Oils and Laurics), Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd
Preparatory Cluster 4
Jurisdictional Certification - Progress, Challenge and Experiences Around the Initiatives

John Buchanan
Senior Director, Sustainable Food & Agriculture Markets, Conservation International
Tracing Smallholders in Palm Oil Supply Chains: Evidence from Collaborative Jurisdictional and Mapping Initiative
Ofra Shinta Fitri
Innovation Manager, INOBU
A Jurisdictional Standard
James Sullivan
Consultant, RSPO
What Does Jurisdictional Certification Mean for Musi Banyuasin?
Beni Hernedi
Regent of Musi Banyu Asin, Region of South Sumatra Province
Introduction to the Sabah Jurisdictional Approach for Sustainable Palm Oil Production
Datuk Sam Mannan
Director, Sabah Forestry Department
Datuk Dr John Payne
Executive Director, Borneo Rhino Alliance
Preparatory Cluster 5
How to Better Conserve Biodiversity?

Datuk Dr John Payne
Executive Director, Borneo Rhino Alliance
HCV and Smallholders: New Tools and Approaches
Dr Mike Senior
Senior Project Manager, Proforest
How to Better Conserve Biodiversity? Insights from two BD-oil Palm Initiatives in Colombia
Juan Carlos Espinosa
Environmental Leader, FEDEPALMA
The Potential of Oil Palm Landscapes to Support At Risk Species
Dr Jennifer Lucey
Science Impact Coordinator, University of York/ SEARRP
Management and Rehabilitation of Riparian Reserves
Kishokumar Jeyaraj
Director & HCV Assessor, Malaysian Environmental Consultants 
Preparatory Cluster 6
Mainstreaming Actions within Financial Institutions

Tiur Rumondang
Director, RSPO RILO

The 62 Trillion-Dollar Big Picture: Institutional Investors Sustainable Palm Oil
Paul Chandler
Manager, Environmental Issues, UNPRI

Supporting OJK: Sustainable Finance First Movers, a First Step in Sustaining Commodities Financing
Irwan Gunawan
Deputy Director Market Transformation, WWF Indonesia

Identifying Social Issues in the Value Chain
Ghislaine Nadaud
Senior Sustainability Advisor for Energy, Commodities and Transportation Clients Business in Asia, ABN AMRO Bank N.V. 

Is the Finance Sector Doing Enough on Palm Oil
Jeanne Stampe- No presentation
Asia Finance & Commodities Specialist, WWF International
Preparatory Cluster 7
Sustainable Pathways for the Thai Palm Oil Sector (SUSPENSE)

Dr Warit Jawjit
Dean of School of Allied Health and Public Health and Assistant Professor on Environmental Science, Walailak University 
Breaching the Black Box: The Role of Ramps in the Thai Value Chain
Elena Degli Innocenti
Researcher, Wageningen University 
Global and National Certification Systems: The Adoption of GAP and RSPO by Oil Palm Smallholders in Thailand
Somjai Nupueng
Assistant Professor (Economics), Walailak University

Has Oil Palm a Future in NE Thailand?
Siriluk Somnuek
Agricultural Researcher, Wageningen University

Improving Environmental Sustainability of Thai Palm Oil Production in 2050
Kanokwan Saswattecha
Environmental Researcher, Wageningen University 
A Future Outlook on Sustainable Pathways for the Thai Palm Oil Sector
Dr Greetje Schouten
Researcher, Wageningen University
World Café 1
Desired Change for RSPO

Dr Jennifer LuceyNo presentation
Science Impact Coordinator, University of York/ SEARRP
Dr Tey Yeong ShengNo presentation
Senior Research Officer, Institute of Agricultural and Food Policy Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Mark BrindalNo presentation
Researcher, University of Adelaide, Environment Institute
World Café 2
Palm Oil and Human Rights

Michael KlausNo presentation
Chief, Communication and Public Advocacy, UNICEF Indonesia

Erik NymanNo presentation
Regional CSR Specialist, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific

Chris WangkayNo presentation
Private Sector & Labour Rights Coordinator, Oxfam Indonesia

Madeleine BrasserNo presentation
Private Sector Specialist Access to Pro-Poor Value Chains, Oxfam Novib
World Café 3
Showcasing of Jurisdiction Program: Progress and Next Steps

Gary PaoliNo presentation
Director of Business and Research Development, Daemeter 
Beni HernediNo presentation
Regent of Musi Banyu Asin, Region of South Sumatra Province
Hon Bapak Bupati SudarsonoNo presentation
Regent of SeruyanGovernment of Indonesia
Perpetua GeorgeNo presentation
Assistant General Manager for Group Sustainability, Wilmar International Limited 
World Café 4
Regional Development - China: Baseline, Guideline & Action

Dr Guo PeiyuanNo presentation
Co-Founder & General Manager, SynTao Co Limited
Chen YingNo presentation
Director of Cereals and Oils Department, China Chamber of Commerce of Foodstuffs and Native Produce
World Café 5
Use of ACOP Data / Tool for Engagement

Nazri RMNo presentation
Web Executive, RSPO

Emily Fripp
Director, Efeca
Panel Discussion 1
Emerging Issues on Labour Conditions

Daryll Delgado
Research & Stakeholder Engagement Program Manager, Verité South East Asia

Stop Labour Violation on Oil Palm Plantation
Herwin Nasution
Union Leader, Serikat Buruh Perkebunan Indonesia

Emerging Labour Issues

Denys Collin Munang
Chief International Business Officer, Felda Global Ventures Holdings Berhad

Ecuador Labor Conditions 2016

Jan Pierre Jarrin Peters
Sustainability Director, Oleana

Towards a Sustainable Plantation Workforce

Agus Purnomo
Managing Director for Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholders EngagementGolden Agri-Resources Limited
Plenary Session 1
RSPO Updates

Adam Harrison
Global Palm Oil Lead, WWF International
RSPO Palm Trace
Jan Van Driel
Head of Certification, RSPO
Experiences with RSPO NEXT
Felipe Guerrero
Corporate Director of Sustainability, DAABON Group
The RSPO Standard
James Sullivan
Consultant, RSPO
RSPO Rules on Market Communications & Claims
Andy Green
Responsibly Sourced Development Manager, Exova BM TRADA
Plenary Session 2
Delivering on Impacts

Mark Brindal
Researcher, University of Adelaide, Environment Institute
Building a Credible M&E System: How Can a Theory of Change Help?
Vidya Rangan
Manager, Impacts, ISEAL Alliance
Towards a Robust M&E System
Dr Tey Yeong Sheng
Senior Research Officer, Institute of Agricultural and Food Policy Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia
ToC & M&E: Benefits and Lessons Learnt
Peter Konijn
Manager Monitoring & Evaluation, UTZ
Panel Discussion 2
Implementing Certification Assurance - Who is Responsible?

Paul Wolvekamp            
Deputy Director, Both ENDS

Assuring Competence of NPP HCV Assessment - Experience from a HCV Practitioner
Tunku Nazim Tunku Yaacob
Director, Malaysian Environmental Consultants

Assuring RSPO Certification and Compliance: Lessons from the Field
Dr Marcus Colchester
Senior Policy Advisor, Forest Peoples Programme 

Challenges in Providing Assurance to RSPO Certification Process             
Robert Cheong Chun Yuen
Head of Sustainability, TUV NORD (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd

Path Towards Better Quality HCV Assessments
Paulina Villalpando
Executive Director, HCV Resource Network

RSPO Accreditation 2.0
Laszlo Mathe
RSPO Accreditation Program Manager, Accreditation Services International GmbH
Plenary Session 3
Regional Perspectives

Michelle Desilets
Executive Director, Orangutan Land Trust
Singapore Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil
Gregory Bardies
Markets Transformation Manager, WWF Singapore
Palm Oil Sustainability and Industry Updates from China
Chen Ying
Director of Cereals and Oils Department, China Chamber of Commerce of Foodstuffs and Native Produce

The Amsterdam Declaration and Progress in Europe
Sarah Sijses
Senior Policy Advisor Sustainability, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Indonesia
Latin America at the Forefront of Sustainable Palm Oil
Jose Roberto Montenegro
General Manager, AGROCARIBE S.A.
Sustainability from a Downstream Ingredient Perspective
K. Natarajan
Chief Operating Officer, Galaxy Surfactants Limited

The Tropical Forest Alliance 2020 Africa Palm Oil Initiative (APOI)

David Hoyle
Director, Proforest
Plenary Session 4
Have Smallholders Seen Improvements in the 12 years of the RSPO?

Perpetua George
Assistant General Manager for Group Sustainability, Wilmar International Limited
Johan Verburg
Pro-Poor Value Chains Advisor, Oxfam Novib

Smallholders and the Supply Chain 
Dr Petra Meekers
Director of CSR and Sustainable Development, Musim Mas Group
Triyanto Fitriyardi- No presentation
Operations Officer in the Manufacturing, Agribusiness and Services (MAS) Department, International Finance Corporation
Narno Sayoto Irontiko
Group Manager, The AMANAH Palm Oil Independent Smallholders Association
Girish Deshpande
Global Surfactants Business Planner, Procter & Gamble