Cross-referenced evidence – from documents, interviews and observations – suggests serious flaws in conservation efforts through third-party certification (article in ETFRN News 51: September 2010). More recent evidence suggests that a fire-sale is ongoing in forest certification (article for Roundtable on 20 years certification).
Fluency in local languages is imperative to effective communication, and Bart speaks various languages:
For this PhilosopHare and Master Hound – with over 150 trails laid in Bogor alone – the time is ripe for a new chapter in Bogor District: Totopong Hash House Harriers.
Staying up-to-date on current affairs and auditing techniques is a professional courtesy to clients. The latest RSPO SCC certificate by David Ogg & Partners suggests this old fox has not lost his tricks, as we say in Dutch.
Linking business with pleasure provides innovative solutions. Trials applying a DJI Phantom drone under canopy introduce quantifiable evidence to forest audits. Launching a drone through a gap in the canopy increases line of sight from some 50 m to 5,000 m.