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Campbell Global

PRI reporting framework 2018

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Promoting responsible investment

SG 09. Collaborative organisations / initiatives

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

09.1. Select the collaborative organisation and/or initiatives of which your organisation is a member or in which it participated during the reporting year, and the role you played.

Select all that apply

Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting period (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]

CG staff participated in RI convenings held in Berlin, Germany.  

          Programme for Endorsement of Forest Certification 
National Council on Air and Stream Improvement 
Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) 
World Forestry Center
Western Conservation Forestry Association
        

Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting year (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]

Board level participation for the World Forestry Center, Western Forestry Conservation Association, and National Council on Air and Stream Improvement.

Active engagement in SFI State Implementation Committees tasked with supporting local implementation of the standard and facilitating contractor training.

          Support for State, Regional, and National Trade Associations
        

Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting year (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]

CG managed properties are enrolled in State and National Associations that are both relevant and engaged in efforts that support sustainable forest management on private lands.  Senior CG staff are active in the following organizations:

  • Washington Forest Practices Association
  • Oregon Forest and Industries Council
  • CalForests
  • Texas Forestry Association
  • Louisiana Forestry Association
  • Mississippi Forestry Association
  • Florida Forestry Association
  • Arkansas Forestry Association
  • Alabama Forestry Association
  • National Alliance of Forest Owners
  • Australian Forest Products Association (AFPA)
  • Australian Forest Growers (AFG) via membership of AFPA
  • Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA)
  • Sirex Management Group
  • Institute of Foresters Australia (IFA)
  • Southern Tree Breeders Association (STBA)
  • Timber Communities Australia (TCA)
          Support for Research Cooperatives
        

Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting year (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]

CG provides financial and staff support for regional Research Cooperatives that promote the advancement science-based, sustainable forestry practices. Examples include:

  • University of Washington Stand Management Coop
  • Oregon State Center for Intensive Planted-Forest Silviculture
  • Oregon State Northwest Tree Improvement Cooperative
  • Oregon State Vegetation Management Research Coop
  • North Carolina State Center for Advanced Forestry Systems
  • National Counsel on Air and Stream Improvement
  • Growers Research Advisory Committee
  • Forest Operations Research Association
  • National Institute of Forest Product Innovation, Mount Gambier

SG 09.2. Assets managed by PRI signatories (Not Applicable)


SG 10. Promoting RI independently

10.1. Indicate if your organisation promotes responsible investment, independently of collaborative initiatives.

10.2. Indicate the actions your organisation has taken to promote responsible investment independently of collaborative initiatives. Provide a description of your role in contributing to the objectives of the selected action and the typical frequency of your participation/contribution.

Description

          CG supports a Managing Director serving on the Board of the World Forestry Center, a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate and inspire champions of sustainable forestry that will promote responsible practices across the globe.
        

Frequency of contribution

10.3. Describe any additional actions and initiatives that your organisation has taken part in during the reporting year to promote responsible investment [Optional]

For CG's upcoming annual client meeting, guest speakers were selected to increase RI awareness with existing and potential investors. Topics include a global perspective on responsible investing trends and opportunities for our asset class to further RI principles while increasing demand for wood products (e.g. sequestering carbon in tall buildings constructed from structural wood panels).


SG 11. Dialogue with public policy makers or standard setters (Private)


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