1. Scale shared-value business models that provide services, infrastructure, business support, skills development opportunities and other livelihood benefits to communities and enable improved governance.

2. Respect access and tenure rights of Indigenous Peoples and communities directly affected by forest operations by proactively seeking to resolve any disputes through appropriate grievance mechanisms, dialogue and independent mediation, and implementing best practices such as participatory planning with Indigenous Peoples in line with the principles of free, prior and informed consent (FPIC).

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