Forest Footprint Disclosure Project (FFD) is a special project of the Global Canopy Programme, initiated in 2008. FFD engages with private sector companies to ask them to disclose their current understanding of their 'forest footprint' based on exposure to five key commodities – soy, palm oil, timber, cattle products and biofuels – in their operations and/or supply chains. All of these commodities have the potential to be sourced from recently deforested land. FFD goes beyond simple disclosure and acts as a catalyst for investors to really engage with the companies in their portfolios on this issue. In 2012, the Forest Footprint Disclosure Request was sent to 450 international companies, 100 of which responded. This fourth Annual Review describes the findings of the Disclosure Request based the responses of the 100 participating companies and provides some context on the current issues and concerns surrounding forest risk commodities.