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CHATHAM HOUSE Illegal Logging Update and Stakeholder Consultation 9-10 July 2007 PUBLIC PROCUREMENT State of Play in Denmark. by: Christian Lundmark Jensen Danish Ministry of the Environment Forest and Nature Agency. Green Procurement in DK - milestones since mid 1990ties.

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By christian lundmark jensen danish ministry of the environment forest and nature agency

CHATHAM HOUSE Illegal Logging Update and Stakeholder Consultation9-10 July 2007PUBLIC PROCUREMENTState of Play in Denmark

by: Christian Lundmark Jensen

Danish Ministry of the Environment

Forest and Nature Agency


Green procurement in dk milestones since mid 1990ties

Green Procurement in DK - milestones since mid 1990ties

1995-50 procurement guidelines developed for numerous products

Many supporting facilities: Buyers Panel, SKI and PP Network

2001 Parliament decision on Tropical Timber

2003 Voluntary procurement guidelines on Tropical Timber

2004 Information campaign on Tropical Timber

2005 Evaluation of guidelines on Tropical Timber

2006 9-point-plan on legal and sustainable timber (all timber)

Temporary guidance on legal timber (all timber)

2007Draft revised criteria for ‘legal’ and ‘sustainable’ (all timber) out for public consultation


By christian lundmark jensen danish ministry of the environment forest and nature agency

All public buyers should buy

’legal’ and ’sustainable’ timber

Declared line of sight from

Environment Minister Connie Hedegaard,

when launching her 9-point-plan in 2006


What s the problem

What’s the problem?

EU-directives

EU FLEGT

WTO/GPA

Tropical

Public

Harmonisation

EU, UK, NL,

France, Belgium

Germany

Voluntary

Binding rules

Rio Forest Principles

ITTO, CBD

ILO, ISO, FPIC

Criteria

Legal

Sustainable

Phased approach...

Tools

Guidelines

Wood as material

Wood products

Certification + CoC

Alternative documentation

Assesment


What s the possibilities

What’s the possibilities?


Draft revised dk criteria

Draft Revised DK Criteria

CriteriaUK / DK (identical)

1. Standards

Legal4 / 4 (all)

Sustainable frame2 / 0 (0) - slight dif. on link to int. framework

Sustainable specifics4 / 6 (4) - DK: + social + extent offorest resource

Sustainable process3 / 5 (1) -DK explicitely accept two processes

2. Certification 6 / 6 (all)

3. Accreditation1 / 1 (all)

4. CoC and labelling6 / 6 (4) - dif. on link to forest and mix/70 %

Total26 / 30 (20)


Comments to dk draft

Comments to DK draft

  • 44 organisations and agencies responded

  • 10 domestic

  • 34 from foreign countries or international org.

    e.g. UK, Finland, Malaysia, Australia, US, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Brazil + int. org.

  • more than 100 pages with detailed comments

    • many constructive proposals for technical improvements

    • some good food for thought, e.g.:do we at all NEED this kind of work (national criteria setting); concern about uncertified suppliers,

    • strong calls for more cautious approaches, e.g. on social + extent

    • strong calls for more rigorious approaches, e.g. on social + extent

      (All comments available at full length at the internet)


Next steps

Next steps

  • Consider all comments carefully

  • Keen to engage in broader stakeholder discussion, e.g. on social aspects and/or extent of ressource

  • Keen to contribute to harmonisation efforts

  • However, also keen to move on and improve guidance to buyers -as said in the 9-point-plan

  • Keen to address alternative means for doc. in a practical, yet ambitious way (e.g. underpin FLEGT)

    • we have some guidance already (tropical timber guidelines)

    • CPET has some (very long!) guidance

    • Seminar in Copenhagen March 2007

    • Timber tracking project in Russia finalised

    • Look into existing VLO/VLC tools and systems

    • Address the missing link from forest to buyer

    • Non controversial areas and countries?


Thank you

Thank you

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