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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR)?
The EUDR is a law enacted by the EU to prevent the placing of commodities linked with deforestation and forest degradation onto the EU market or exporting them from the EU. It aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from deforestation and aid in the fight against global biodiversity loss.
Which commodities and products are covered by the EUDR?
The EUDR sets mandatory due diligence rules for Operators placing specific commodities or products on the EU market or exporting them from the EU. The commodities initially included are soy, cattle, palm oil, wood, cocoa, coffee, and rubber, as well as derived products such as leather, chocolate, and furniture.
What are the due diligence requirements under the EUDR?
The EUDR requires operators to implement a due diligence system to avoid sourcing of commodities or products that are not deforestation-free or have not been produced in accordance with the relevant legislation of the country of production. Operators need to conduct risk assessments, mitigate any non-negligible risks, and publicly report on their due diligence systems annually.
What are the prohibitions under the EUDR?
Products of the commodities included in the EUDR may only be placed on, or exported from, the EU market if they are deforestation-free, have been produced in accordance with the relevant legislation of the country of production, and are covered by a due diligence statement.
What are the EUDR's traceability and transparency obligations?
The EUDR requires Operators to obtain geo-localisation coordinates (latitude and longitude of all plots of land) from where the commodities or products were produced or harvested, as well as the date or time range of production.
How will enforcement activities be coordinated under the EUDR?
The European Commission will develop a central database of risk assessments or ‘country benchmarks’. This system will categorise nations based on the risk of their commodities or products being associated with deforestation. Enforcement obligations for national authorities will also vary according to the level of risk assigned to the countries of production. A central information system will also be developed to receive and record Operators' due diligence statements. For speakers of other languages, more information can be found on our EUDR portal, eudr-info.com, available in German and on our Spanish info post.