Making norms work for the environment: the examples of public-private partnerships and forest certification. Dr Philipp Pattberg. Slide on ESSP. Findings from the Earth System Science Partnership:. “The earth operates well outside the normal state exhibited over the past 500,000 years.”.
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Dr Philipp Pattberg
“The earth operates well outside the normal state exhibited over the past 500,000 years.”
“Human activities could … trigger severe consequences for Earth’s environment …”
“…potentially switching the Earth System to alternative modes of operation that may prove irreversible and inhospitable to humans.”
The Earth System Science Partnership maintains that “urgently needed” are …
an ethical framework for global stewardship and
strategies forEarth System management.
“The arena in which ‘the authoritative allocation of values in societies’ now takes place increasingly reaches beyond the confines of national boundaries, and a small, but growing fraction of norms and rules governing relations among social actors of all types (states, international agencies, firms, and of civil society) are based in and pursued through transnational channels and processes.” (Ruggie 2004)
No of partnerships
Oceans, Seas, Coasts, Lakes and River Basins
20 40 60 80 100
Participation of marginalized groups public-private partnerships and forest certification
PRINCIPLE #1: COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND FSC PRINCIPLES
PRINCIPLE #2: TENURE AND USE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
PRINCIPLE #3: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS
PRINCIPLE #4: COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND WORKER’S RIGHTS
PRINCIPLE # 5: BENEFITS FROM THE FOREST
PRINCIPLE #6: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
PRINCIPLE #7: MANAGEMENT PLAN
PRINCIPLE #8: MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
PRINCIPLE # 9: MAINTENANCE OF HIGH CONSERVATION VALUE FORESTS
PRINCIPLE # 10: PLANTATIONS