We are working with governments
to bring business, farmers, conservationists and other stakeholders together for action that supports sustainable commodity production and good growth.
We are working to incentivize sustainable finance, making it less risky and more accessible for responsible businesses, farmers and producers.
We are helping to raise awareness, improve transparency and strengthen demand for sustainably produced beef, palm oil and soy.
The Good Growth Partnership works across numerous initiatives and with hundreds of actors in government, farming, conservation, finance and business to put sustainability at the heart of global commodity supply chains.
Peru has strengthened its credentials as one of Latin America’s most sustainable countries by becoming the first nation to host the UNDP-led Good Growth Conference, which started in Lima on Monday and continued into the Amazon this week.
The Good Growth Partnership convened in a workshop in Geneva funders of agricultural commodity supply chains and major producers and buyers to identify opportunities for scaling up finance for sustainable agricultural commodity production.
Field trip participants will travel from Tena— the gateway of the Amazon —to Rukullakta where they will have the rare opportunity to be welcomed by the Kichwa people.
The government and palm oil stakeholders in Sintang, West Kalimantan have worked in collaboration to legalise the Sintang District Action Plan (DAP) on Sustainable Palm Oil.