How RFN complies with the Norwegian Transparency Act

The Norwegian Transparency Act entered into force in July 2022 with the aim to ensure and promote enterprises' respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions in connection with the production of goods and services.

Following this, all enterprises of a certain size, such as the Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN), must conduct due diligence assessments to look at our organization, supply chain, and business partners to prevent and mitigate adverse impacts. Any person has the right to information on how we address actual and potential adverse impacts uncovered by our due diligence assessment.

In 2022, the work on assessing RFN's accountability was initiated, and RFN in 2023 and 2024 continued the work of establishing processes and procedures relating to due diligence of fundamental human rights and decent work conditions. A Transparency Diligence Manual has been developed as an internal tool designed to ensure that all aspects of RFN's operations are aligned with the Norwegian Transparency Act.

Complying with the Transparency Act