The EUDR

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The EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) applies to all companies that place, make available on the EU market, or export products from the EU market containing, being fed with, or made using the following commodities: 
Cattle (including beef and leather) 
Cocoa Coffee 
Palm oil
Rubber 
Soy 
Wood (including printed paper, books, furniture, and boards) 
Some derived products such as chocolate and selected palm oil-based derivates

2023 - The EUDR enters into force on June 29th 
2024 - The EUDR obligates medium and large-sized companies to become compliant by December 30th (18 months after the EUDR enters into force) 
2025 - The EUDR obligates small and micro-sized enterprises by June 30th 
2028 - Every five years thereafter, the Commission carries out a general review of the EUDR, starting on June 30th 

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Supply chain traceability - with Katharina Davids

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Banqu EUDR Compliance Guide
The document explains how businesses can comply with the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) and future-proof their operations. It emphasizes the growing importance of sustainable business practices and the need for companies to prove their products are not linked to deforestation. The guide outlines the challenges and opportunities associated with EUDR compliance, emphasizing the need for transparent and traceable supply chains. It also highlights the business benefits of deforestation-free practices, such as enhanced brand value, operational efficiencies, and risk mitigation. By reading this guide, you can learn about: The specific requirements of EUDR and other deforestation-free regulations. The challenges and opportunities businesses face in complying with these regulations. Strategies and best practices for achieving deforestation-free compliance, including supply chain traceability solutions. How BanQu's platform can help businesses track and verify the origin of their products, ensuring they are deforestation-free. Overall, the guide provides valuable insights for businesses seeking to navigate the complexities of EUDR compliance and adopt sustainable practices that benefit both their bottom line and the environment.
Banqu EUDR Compliance Guide
The document explains how businesses can comply with the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) and future-proof their operations. It emphasizes the growing importance of sustainable business practices and the need for companies to prove their products are not linked to deforestation. The guide outlines the challenges and opportunities associated with EUDR compliance, emphasizing the need for transparent and traceable supply chains. It also highlights the business benefits of deforestation-free practices, such as enhanced brand value, operational efficiencies, and risk mitigation. By reading this guide, you can learn about: The specific requirements of EUDR and other deforestation-free regulations. The challenges and opportunities businesses face in complying with these regulations. Strategies and best practices for achieving deforestation-free compliance, including supply chain traceability solutions. How BanQu's platform can help businesses track and verify the origin of their products, ensuring they are deforestation-free. Overall, the guide provides valuable insights for businesses seeking to navigate the complexities of EUDR compliance and adopt sustainable practices that benefit both their bottom line and the environment.
Meridia Toolkit+++Training+Manual+++Mapping+Guide
The document is a comprehensive guide designed to help farmer cooperatives and organizations enhance their field data quality and comply with regulations like the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR). It covers a wide range of topics, from assessing data flows and digitizing operations to ensuring data quality, analysis, and protection. By reading this document, you can learn: How to assess and improve your organization's data management processes: The guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to map data flows, identify bottlenecks, and develop action plans for digitization. How to choose and implement the right digital tools: It offers guidance on selecting software and hardware solutions that fit your organization's needs and budget, as well as preparing a financial plan for implementation. How to ensure high-quality data collection and storage: The guide explains the dimensions of data quality and provides practical tips on designing questionnaires, conducting inspections, and establishing data collection protocols. How to analyze data for better decision-making: It introduces basic data cleaning and analysis techniques using Excel, including how to visualize data with graphs and charts. How to protect sensitive data: The guide emphasizes the importance of data protection and provides a risk assessment tool to help you identify and mitigate potential risks. Overall, this document is a valuable resource for anyone involved in agricultural data management. It provides a clear and concise overview of the key concepts and skills needed to improve data quality, comply with regulations, and make informed decisions based on data.
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The document presents the results of a study conducted by Meridia in the Cavally region of Côte d’Ivoire to assess data management practices among farmer cooperatives and verify the reliability of current field data. Key findings of the study include: A significant share of smallholders (30%) are at risk of exclusion from EUDR supply chains due to poor or invalid data. Cooperatives are motivated to collect and manage field data but often lack the necessary skills and resources. Data issues are caused by various factors, including inconsistent data collection practices, inadequate software and devices, and lack of training. Meridia's automated field data verification tool can help identify and address data quality issues. The document also provides recommendations for how cooperatives and companies can improve field data quality for EUDR compliance, such as investing in data collection and management capabilities, implementing data governance policies, and verifying field and sustainability data.
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The document describes an AI-powered solution for tracking deforestation and forest degradation to ensure compliance with the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR). This regulation requires companies to prove that their products are not linked to deforestation. The AI solution uses satellite data to monitor land cover changes and identify areas where deforestation or degradation has occurred. This information can then be used to assess the risk of non-compliance with EUDR and generate reports that can be used to demonstrate due diligence. By reading this document, you can learn about: The requirements of the EUDR and the challenges of compliance. How AI can be used to monitor deforestation and forest degradation. The benefits of using an AI-powered solution for EUDR compliance, such as efficiency, transparency, and reliability. This information can be useful for companies that need to comply with the EUDR, as well as for anyone interested in the use of AI for environmental monitoring.

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