Biodiversity Assessment

SME Scan | You can find your total score down below

    Contact Information*


    Plan


    policy plan / stakeholder report / communication proofs

    Leadership


    Management statement

    Planning


    Summary of impacts / supply chain mapping / Risk management policy

    Planning


    signed convenant, BAP, BMP

    Do


    Internal knowledge on biodiversity and law & regulations

    Support


    communication proof

    Operation


    Turnover figures in relation to the business models.

    Operation


    procurement conditions / interviews / PEFC, FSC, RSPO, RTRS, MSC, ASC, EKO etc

    Operation


    audit reports

    Operation


    ecolabels, biodiversity management (e.g. Groenkeur, NL greenlabel, Kleurkeur), case descriptions

    Check & Act


    CSR/biodiversity report

    Improvement


    CSR/biodiversity report

    * Remark attached to the checkpoints concerning the supply chain:

    Where an organization is purchasing primary production (especially but not exclusively food and fiber commodities) that is known to be produced in regions where there is a risk of significant conversion of natural and/or critical habitats, systems and verification practices will be adopted as part of the organization’s ESMS to evaluate its primary suppliers. The systems and verification practices will (i) identify where the supply is coming from and the habitat type of this area; (ii) provide for an ongoing review of the organization’s primary supply chains; (iii) limit procurement to those suppliers that can demonstrate that they are not contributing to significant conversion of natural and/or critical habitats (this may be demonstrated by delivery of certified product, or progress towards verification or certification under a credible scheme in certain commodities and/or locations); and (iv) where possible, require actions to shift the organization’s primary supply chain over time to suppliers that can demonstrate that they are not significantly adversely impacting these areas. The ability of the organization to fully address these risks will depend upon the organization’s level of management control or influence over its primary suppliers.













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