The European Forest Institute’s EU REDD Facility and Kaleka are leading a study that maps and screens jurisdictional approaches to demonstrating the sustainability of forest and agricultural production. The Terpercaya Study takes its name from the Indonesian word terpercaya, meaning ‘trustworthy’, as it aims to generate credible information and analysis. It should inform and improve understanding and trust for discussions on sustainability, trade and cooperation.

More information on the project can be found here.