Project Title

Workshop to Share Experience, Knowledge and Challenges on Implementation of Tools for Combating and Preventing Illegal Logging Activities and Associated Trade 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

EGILAT 1 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EGILAT 01 2018A 

Project Title

Workshop to Share Experience, Knowledge and Challenges on Implementation of Tools for Combating and Preventing Illegal Logging Activities and Associated Trade 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

84,456 

Co-funding Amount

26,300 

Total Project Value

110,756 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Experts Group on Illegal Logging and Associated Trade (EGILAT) 

Topics

Illegal Logging 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; Papua New Guinea; Peru; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Bernardo Martinez 

Job Title 1

Head of Forestry Enforcement Department 

Organization 1

National Forestry Corporation (CONAF) 

Postal Address 1

Presidente Bulnes 259 of 404, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 1

56-22 6630327 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

bernardo.martinez@conaf.cl 

Project Proponent Name 2

Gonzalo Tapia 

Job Title 2

Head of Section on Monitoring and Assessment 

Organization 2

National Forestry Corporation (CONAF) 

Postal Address 2

Presidente Bulnes 259 of 404, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 2

56-22 6630327 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

gonzalo.tapia@conaf.cl 

Declaration

Bernardo Martinez and Gonzalo Tapia 

Project Summary

The workshop aims to showcase forest monitoring and supply chain traceability   tools, including digital ones, developed and used by member economies and multilateral organizations to prevent and combat illegal logging and its associated trade (ILAT), as well as to monitor forest loss and degradation.

Participants will share successful initiatives and experiences, identify challenges and limitations of implementing such tools and generate a record of available tools and knowledge hub for further development. It will include tools such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) other forest surveillance, and real-time monitoring using remote sensing and traceability systems for improving field control actions and supply chain management systems. The outcome will be a best practices document for developing and implementing such tools, wherever possible. The workshop will be held in Chile on the margins of SOM 1 in 2019, and it will include a field trip to show how tools have been implemented locally.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: According to INTERPOL estimations, around 15 to 30 percent of the timber traded around the world is obtained through illegal logging activities, generating illegitimate revenues of between USD 50 to 150 billion annually. These actions lead to forest loss and degradation, as well as habitat destruction and consequent species extinction. Some of the main challenges in preventing and combat illegal logging and associated trade are related to the monitoring of large areas of forest cover as well as limited access and limited human resources. In this context, remote sensing technology, such as satellites and UAV, have proved to be a valuable tool for identifying illegal activities and focusing the enforcement actions on the territory where illegal logging may be occurring. In addition, traceability systems have provided certainty and control on different stages of the supply chain of timber products.

However, differences in environments, climates and forest product formats can be constraining factors for replicating those tools. The knowledge, experience and challenges on the implementation of these tools could provide a valuable resource for their potential implementation in other contexts and realities across all APEC economies. This project will also contribute towards achievements of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) N°15, specifically on targets 15.2 (promote the implementation of sustainable management of all types of forests, halt deforestation, restore degraded forests and substantially increase afforestation and reforestation globally) and 15.7 (take urgent action to end poaching and trafficking of protected species of flora and fauna and address both demand and supply of illegal wildlife products). 

Relevance – Eligibility: This project falls under the ASF General Fund whereby it will contribute to Safeguarding the Quality of Life Through Environmentally Sound Growth by promoting sound policies and practices, taking into account concerns about sustainable development and by providing a forum for sharing information on forest monitoring technologies and supply chain traceability systems. It will also help to develop and strengthen the Dynamism of Small and Medium Enterprises so that they may respond more efficiently and effectively to market developments in a more open and liberal economic development. This project will Harness Technologies for the Future as an APEC joint activity that promotes the flow of information and expands the capacities of its members to absorb existing industrial science and technology, thus promoting a free flow of information and technology. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: 

This project will support the capacity building needs of developing APEC economies by providing practical information on forest monitoring and supply chain traceability and training to implement tools aiming to prevent and combat illegal logging activities and associated trade, reducing forest loss and degradation, as well as providing a forum for sharing experiences and best practices of developed APEC economies in using these tools. While this content is relevant and useful for all APEC economies, it will be specifically targeted to address developing economy members’ capacity building needs, especially in the development of UAV forest surveillance, and real-time monitoring using remote sensing and traceability systems for improving field control actions.

Developing economies are encouraged to co-sponsor and will be actively consulted in the design of the workshop and its specific agenda and content in order to provide the most responsive and useful outputs for developing economy needs.

Objectives

1) To provide information on the different forest monitoring and supply chain traceability tools, as well as preventing and combating illegal logging and associated trade, ensuring other workshop participants will be able to make use of these tools in their respective economies;

2) To identify challenges and limitations for implementing these tools in some APEC economies and provide information on how other APEC economies have overcome such challenges and limitations; and

3) To generate a record of tools and create a forum for knowledge exchange to promote them, including digital technological developments that will benefit EGILAT members and other related APEC fora.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This project aligns with the APEC Agenda through the following:

- The Seoul Statement of the Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Forestry (MMRF4) highlights the importance of enhancing coordination and cooperation amongst APEC economies to promote trade in legally harvested forest products.

- The 2016 APEC Ministerial Meeting Joint Statement supporting “measures to establish effective timber traceability systems, including through strengthened government capacity.”

- The Seoul Statement of the Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Forestry (MMRF4) highlights the importance of enhancing coordination and cooperation amongst APEC economies to promote trade in legally harvested forest products. 

This project will contribute to these goals, which were also addressed in MMRF3; MMRF2; MMRF1 was agreed to continue working through the EGILAT to share information and best practices on enforcement efforts and policies that are effective in combating illegal logging and associated trade, and promoting exchanges on legally harvested forest products. 

Alignment – Forum: This project aligns with and advances information sharing and capacity building objectives of EGILAT via the following elements of these planning documents:

- The EGILAT Work 2018: Considers the development of a concept note to increase knowledge on technical matters related to preventing and combatting illegal logging and associated trade (Project Session 1, 2018); and

- EGILAT Multi-Year Strategic Plan (MSP) 2018-2022: Address the importance of exchanging information and increasing knowledge on regulatory and technical matters related to combating [ILAT] and promoting the trade in legally harvested forest products, including through new technologies, such that EGILAT is positioned as an important source of information and policy guidance. Identifying and addressing capacity building needs of EGILAT members, as well as engaging and encouraging the active participation of industry, civil society, and relevant multilateral organizations in EGILAT.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:

1) A survey, created in Google Forms, to collect information and details about projects to deal with illegal logging and associated trade, developed for or used by APEC economies.

The survey will include inquiries such as:

a) which tools are used to deal with ILAT activities?

b) Does the APEC Economy make an own development or was assisted by a foreign agency or institution?

c) Which kinds of costs were involved in development and implementation? Is there any license fee involved?

d) How much time has the tool been used?

e) Is there any evaluation of effectiveness?

As it was described before the questions are very specific and requires short answer, in order to ensure that the questions will be answered according to the work plan described in Section C.

The results and the analysis of the APEC economies response will be developed by the project Overseer.

The survey will be sent to EGILAT contact point's and the result of the survey will be presented in the workshop this will contribute to present an overview on the use of this type of tools to combat illegal logging an associate trade in the APEC economies. In addition to that, it is expected that every economy could propose one or more experts that could be part of the workshop as speaker, also in case of foreign experts were involved in the development or implementation of ILAT tools.

This results of the survey will be circulated by October of 2018, to determine the primary topics that will be included in the workshop as well as, identify which experts best fit the required profiles. 

2) A two-day workshop, to showcase successfully implemented tools for preventing and combating illegal logging and associated trade, which will be identified based on the results of the previous step, to be developed in margins of SOM1, on February of 2019.

It is expected that at least the following amount of different tools could be presented in the workshop: three remote sensing options (e.g., multispectral imagery, radar imagery, UAV, air patrolling) and three tech and mobile options (e.g., traceability systems, camera trapping for registering truck movements, volume calculation through mobile devices, citizen reporting using smartphone).

3) A one-day field trip, to show how mechanisms for preventing and combating illegal logging activities are being used in Chile, also to showcase how coordination between police and forestry officers has improved field coverage and detection of ILAT activities.

It is intended that field trip will include a field inspection of illegal logging activities detected through satellite imagery, quantification, and inventory of affected resources using UAV, as well as, a demonstration of coordinated activities with domestic police (e.g., road controls, inspection of firewood distribution centers, etc.).The field trip will be done in the proximities of Santiago (the venue it is approximately 1 hour and half from Santiago)

4) A best practices document, summarizing the potential, challenges, and limitations of the experiences presented in the workshop, with the purpose of promoting new developments and implementation of successful tools among APEC economies.

The document will follow the structure used in the workshop, grouping tools by topics and presenting for each of them the most relevant technical and economic considerations such as imagery availability, hardware, and software, the budget required for development and maintenance, potential license fees, etc. In fact, the best practice document will consist in a compilation of tools that has been successful use to combat illegal logging and associated trade (as it is described before) that are used in different APEC economies, to encourage it utilization. 

Outcomes:

1) Participation of economies and cosponsors in every stage of the project. This will generate capacities through collaborative activities such as gathering information, identifying and contacting speakers and experts.

2) The workshop and the best practice document developed will be a consultative tool for APEC economies. It will assist to know experiences and good practices on the process of enhancing tool for combating illegal logging and associated trade. This activity will provide new alternatives of knowledge exchange and training from those economies that have made substantial progress in the use and implementation of tools to deal with ILAT activities and also collaboration from those who have access to digital resources not publicly available (e.g., RADAR satellite imagery).

The promotion of open source and cloud computing resources, to develop and improve mechanisms for preventing and combating illegal logging and associated trade. These alternatives should lead to costs reduction, due to fewer investments in software licenses and system maintenance, being a great option for developing economies. 

3) APEC economies should get new tools from this learning process on how to identify the availability of potentially new options and improvement on rates detection of ILAT activities, through the use of tools that could provide real-time (e.g., traceability systems) and continuous and systematic information (e.g., satellite imagery). 

4) During the site visit each participating economy will get an understanding on the use of tools for combating illegal logging and associated trade and the actors that need to be involved on it. 

Beneficiaries: The direct beneficiaries of the workshop are divided into three main groups:

1) Government officials and Public sector representatives who are directly involved in the policy making and implementation processes related to the preventing and  combatting of illegal logging and associated trade can also benefit from economies’ best practices of how they can promote legal trade in harvested forest products in their daily practices. In particular, Law and Forest Enforcement professionals, as well as Forest Monitoring and Traceability Systems users and developers from members’ economies, who could increase their knowledge and share experiences among them and with global experts in such topics.

2) EGILAT representatives, government officials and policy makers, who could know and evaluate alternatives for new ILAT tools development and implementation in their own economies. 

In another hand, indirect beneficiaries will be:

1) Private sector and relevant civil society, who could now how APEC economies are dealing with ILAT activities as well as, how they could benefit from the use and involvement in the showcased projects. This will include forest owners, sawmills, timber depots, that could improve their processes making use of some available tools. 

2) NGOs, research and academic institutions, and multilateral organizations: Increased access to accurate information. Organizations that work closely with nature resources, especially with forestry issues.

Those not able to attend the workshop will be able to draw on a best practices document which will be circulated digitally.

Dissemination

It is expected that a digital document, according to the established guidelines, will be available as an official APEC publication in the APEC publications website. (As it was the case of:  ‘Customs Best Practices to Identify Illegal Timber and Wood Products’ best practices document[1].) It will be called 'Best practices for combating and preventing illegal logging activities and associated trade.'

In complement, best practices document will be circulated among APEC economies, mainly among environmental and forestry agencies and it is expected that could be promoted in their official government agencies and social media. Chile will fund a physical version of the document. 

The target audience includes those who are interested in, involved directly or indirectly in the forest sector (including but not limited to government officials, businessmen, researchers, experts, etc.) from APEC and non-APEC economies.


[1] More information it is available in  https://apec.org/Publications/2017/11/Illegal-Logging-Best-Practices-Resource-Guide

Gender

This project benefits both men and women since it seeks to fulfill APEC’s commitment to a strong, inclusive and balanced growth. In order to ensure the active participation of women, the workshop organizers will make sure to include female speakers and participants in the activity, through special requests in the invitation letters, as well as in the e-mail communications to the participants.

We expect to have a percentage of women attending the project of at least 30%. Both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labors, etc.

Implementing the document containing best practices for develop and implement tools to combat illegal logging and will lead to a more efficient and effective process for APEC economies, ultimately resulting in a more solid and secure supply chain for the APEC region for the benefit of both men and women. 

Female leaders will be prioritized to be invited as speakers or private sector representative to the Workshop. Women will be encouraged to participate in all aspects of this project. Women are involved in the design of this project and will continue to seek the involvement of women in the planning and implementation of the project.

Work Plan

August - October 2018

Design a survey and circulate to APEC economies about effective initiatives and tools to deal with monitoring and detecting  illegal logging and associated trade

-A first draft of survey is expected to be circulated prior EGILAT meeting that will be held in August. We look forward to have the survey approval during EGILAT meeting.

We expect to give a deadline for answering the questions at the end of September.

During October, we expect to compile and circulate the results of the survey

October -  
November
2018
Develop the agenda of a workshop with inputs of APEC economies and send
Invitations to speakers
Identification of thematic APEC experts (October)

Consultation on the preliminary forum Agenda (end of October)

Extend invitations to speakers. (November)

December - February
2019
Logistics and document preparation; invite EGILAT members to nominate participants representing their respective economy.
Extend invitations to APEC economies for nomination of participants

Speakers and Participant’s confirmation


Hold a two-day workshop and a field trip, on the margins of SOM1, in Chile.
Successful realization of the workshop and the field trip.
March - August 2019
Develop and submit a best practices document, summarizing considerations and recommendations for implementation of those tools wherever possible
Best Practice Document that includes comments from participants, speakers and experts.
September  – November
2019
Project closing:

The report will include the outcomes and outputs of the survey and Best Practices document. Final report will be prepared according with guidelines established by APEC.
Final report elaborated and distributed

1) August 2018: Preparation of the survey and circulated prior EGILAT meeting for its adoption during EGILAT meeting. Document containing a questionnaire to be used as a base for the workshop, report and Best Practices Guidance

2) September 2018: Survey answered

3) Late October 2018: Report of the survey that includes inputs and comments from economies and experts 

4) October 2018: Developing the agenda: Identify the workshop speakers and participants. As well as the preparation of the workshop in terms of programing, preparation of material and circulating the respective invitations, among others.

5) November- December 2018: Contacting the speakers for the workshop: Based on prior activities, speakers will be invited; as well as experts and authorities from relevant agencies on this issue. The importance of its role as speakers will be explained. In addition, in this period we will also work on speakers and Participant’s confirmation,  the Chilean staff will contact them again to confirm their workshop participation. With their confirmation, the staff will help to arrange flights and hotels for them. 

6) February 2019: Holding the two-day “workshop to share experience, knowledge and challenges on implementation of tools for combating and preventing illegal logging activities and associated trade” and one day of field trip: gathering experts in project topics, as well as government agencies involved in these issues and other public institutions. 

Day 1

Morning

Remote sensing based tools

Afternoon

Traceability tools

Day 2

Morning

Mobile and cloud based tools

Afternoon

Unconventional tools

Day 3 - Field Trip

Morning

Illegal logging sites inspection - UAV flights

Afternoon

Road control - Firewood warehouse inspection

7) March 2019: To start to develop the Best Practice document.

8) August 2019: To complete the Best Practice document and publish it.

9) November 2019: The final report will have elaborated and distributed

Risks

1) Lack of available participants attending: To ensure the success of this project, APEC economies’ representatives will be encouraged to participate in this activity and the Chilean staff will develop actions towards this end, such as contacting embassies and governmental authorities to obtain responses to participate in the workshop. This risk would also be managed through continuous consultation with economies on speakers, strategies, and topics of interest.  Additionally, the project overseer has informally surveyed and discussed participation, and plans to continue this work with the co-sponsors and delegates to the EGILAT and will continue to communicate and engage with them.

2)  Delays: Inputs from the survey’s outcomes may run late due to the delay of some Economies. The time between the input deadline from the survey’s outcomes and the deadline to submit the preliminary report of the survey to EGILAT must be arranged taking into account possible delays. However, we will take any precaution from the start to encourage Economies to respond the survey on time and if necessary explain any doubts about it. We intend to have open, interactive and ongoing communication with potential workshop participants.

3) Information presented at the workshop is not of high quality: To avoid this, we will minimize this risk by working closely with the speakers to ensure they are well-informed. By requesting their presentations several weeks before the workshop, this possibility that this risk will take place will be lowered.

4) Low quality of Best Practices document: To ensure quality, the document will be summited for revision and edition of all co-sponsor economies, as well as, economies that contribute with experts for the workshop.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Survey: The number of answers received from survey conducted to economies in August- October   2018, to collect information and details about projects to deal with illegal logging and associated trade, developed for or used by APEC economies, could be an indicator. This could be disaggregated by economy and gender (At least we expect answers from 14 economies).

An evaluation form will be prepared and distributed to all participants, speakers, moderators, and experts to assess the effectiveness of the workshop concerning the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, gender inclusion and impacts, overall impact and suggestions for further activities or topics. The comments will be compiled and reflected in the final report. 

The following indicators will be used:

-  Variety of topics included in the workshop (at least 3 of remote sensing and 3 of other options),

-   Quality of presentations and speakers,

-  Gender-specific data on the participation in the workshop and evaluation will be made available. For example:  number of women, participating in project implementation and attending the workshop,

- Number of Economies attending the workshop (at least 14 Economies).

-   The number of attendants to the workshop at least 50 participants)

-   Organization and development of the workshop (80% of satisfaction)

-   Final version of the Best Practice Document (to be distributed timely and to all APEC economies)

-   A short term indicator will be the number of participants, funded as well as non-funded. The expected outcome in terms of participation of funded economies is at least 80% and in terms of non-funded is at least 40%.

-   A second short term indicator will be the number of experts and/or government participating in the workshop. The expected outcome is to have at least 6 experts and/or government official experts on matters related to the project. 

These, together with number of people attending to the workshop, will provide indicators to assess its impact; as well as the number of participation on the development of a best practices document. 

Downloads and visualizations of the electronic best practices document (generated after workshop’s conclusion), could be useful as well to measure the impact in mid-term.

Linkages

The project executors will ensure fruitful and active informational exchange among all the participants, including cross-fora cooperation such as ACTWG on the issues related to the successful implementation of the project.

This project does not duplicate but instead builds on the outcomes and information exchanged at the workshop “Strengthening Forest Control Systems and Market Chains” that was held in Peru in 2016. One of the focuses of the workshop was to identify new capabilities, new methods and technologies for the legally harvested timber and tracking through the supply chain, as well as the coordination between authorities, the sector´s private (SMEs) and local communities.

Also complements the Workshop on Customs Best Practices to Identify Illegal Timber and Wood Products that was developed in conjunction with SCCP that was held by The United States on 2017, one of the objectives of which was to share technologies and methods for identifying species of wood to detect illegality.

The complement with previous projects relies on the fact that, despite tools for combating and preventing illegal logging have been presented in such instances, details about factors that could promote or restrict their development and implementation in other APEC economies will be addressed in this workshop.

Sustainability

Following the end of the workshop, participants will be able to apply the newly acquired knowledge directly in their jobs and bring the expertise and recommendations home for it to be applied to their respective economies.  Given the benefits that can be obtained through the implementation Best Practices document and, the experts will be better able to work towards implementation, overcoming challenges. After identifying critical points and their possible solutions or good practices, beneficiaries will work together in the process of elaborating best practices. Relevant authorities will be able to work efficiently both in the implementation and identifying issues that might require further technical assistance. 

The material from the Workshop will be disseminated, in particular the contents of experts’ presentations. The assistants will be encouraged to further use of the material as a means for future actions to build up the respective mechanism and framework under their responsibilities. In addition, other outcomes expected are: 

- A knowledge hub should be established after workshop completion, to create a network across EGILAT group for information and technical expertise exchange. This is the most relevant foundation for any other actions that could be undertaken ex- post.

- the guidance and recommendations from this project will help develop a plausible next stage for example a web-based training platform could be used to maximize the reach and impact of the initiatives presented in the workshop across all economies, and also, to give it continuity over time. It is expected that a consensus could be generated after the workshop to promote such idea and involve people in creating and maintaining the platform. 

The Best Practices Guidance will help gather the experiences and the good practices of the economies. This feedback will be incorporated into subsequent discussion and work in EGILAT.

Project Overseers

Bernardo Martínez Aguilera

Head of Forestry Enforcement Department, National Forestry Corporation - CONAF.

Forest Engineer who, during his 25 years of professional experience at the National Forestry Corporation, has performed various functions both at the Central and Regional Offices. At the central level he has served as Head of the Forestry Enforcement Department (2014 to date), Professional of the Regulations Section of the Plantations Department (2011-2013), Head of the Department of Forestry Enforcement and Monitoring (2010), Head of the Forest Regulations Department (2008-2010), Advisor to Forestry Regulations and Forestry Enforcement Management (2006-2008) and Chief of Forestry Cabinet of the Executive Directorate (2004-2006). At the regional level, acting as Head of the Regional Department or in charge of Forestry Enforcement, development, and forest development programs of the Conaf Region of Antofagasta.

Gonzalo Tapia Koch

Head of Section on Monitoring and Assessment, Forestry Enforcement Department, National Forestry Corporation - CONAF.

Forest Engineer, University of Chile; Master of Geographic Information Technology, University of Melbourne, Australia. Designer and responsible of the implementation of a new traceability system for forest products (STBN). Developer and administrator of the satellite monitoring system for detecting illegal logging, based on Google Earth Engine platform. National Forestry Corporation (CONAF) representative in EGILAT group since 2017.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

The field trip is essential for the workshop, this will include a field inspection of illegal logging activities detected through satellite imagery, quantification, and inventory of affected resources using UAV, as well as, a demonstration of coordinated activities with domestic police (e.g., road controls, inspection of firewood distribution centers, etc.). Visit to study on the best practice/ example model that Chile is interest to share with APEC economies. 

The waiver will be only for the per-diem for speakers and eligible APEC economy. It has to be taken into account that our Forestry Agency will cover the expenses for transport to the site visit.

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