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Sustainable
Production

We are working with governments
to bring business, farmers, conservationists and other stakeholders together for action that supports sustainable commodity production and good growth.

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Enabling
Transactions

We are working to incentivize sustainable finance, making it less risky and more accessible for responsible businesses, farmers and producers.

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Responsible
Demand

We are helping to raise awareness, improve transparency and strengthen demand for sustainably produced beef, palm oil and soy.

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Our Mission

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.

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The latest from the Good Growth Partnership

How can we accelerate Food Systems Transformation?

We urgently need systemic change in commodity supply chains if we are to mitigate the combined threats of catastrophic climate change, biodiversity loss and food insecurity. Now, a new report on the Good Growth Partnership Integrated Approach reveals that the four and a half-year programme has had real impact in laying the foundations for systemic change in palm oil, beef and soy supply chains, in partnership with four major producer countries: Indonesia, Brazil, Paraguay and Liberia.

Five Impact Briefs Share the Contribution of the Good Growth Partnership to Sustainable Agricultural Commodities Supply Chains in the Last 5 Years

After almost half a decade of piloting the Integrated Approach to enable zero deforestation in palm oil, beef and soy, the Global Environment Facility funded Good Growth Partnership is keen to pass on what has been learned to other commodity sustainability programmes. Research into the most important levers of change underpins the suite of 5 Impact Briefs now featured on the GGP website.

Where Next in Liberia’s Sustainable Palm Oil Journey?

That strong, positive vision is what Liberia has been working towards, with the Good Growth Partnership1 (GGP)’s support, through multistakeholder dialogue and collaboration. And in April 2022 Liberia launched its National Oil Palm Strategy and Action Plan (NOPSAP), aiming to put sustainable palm oil production at the heart of Liberia’s national and inclusive rural economic strategy. The results of this ambitious, collaborative process show that during the multistakeholder process, trust and compassion for the perspectives and needs of others significantly increased. Even sensitive issues, often denied and avoided where there are low levels of trust and engagement, were proactively explored for greater understanding, solutions proposed and discussed, and actions identified to address the most significant issues.

Seeds Planted and Continuing to Grow

We urgently need systemic change in commodity supply chains if we are to mitigate the combined threats of catastrophic climate change, biodiversity loss and food insecurity. Now, a new report on the Good Growth Partnership Integrated Approach reveals that the four and a half-year programme has had real impact in laying the foundations for systemic change in palm oil, beef and soy supply chains, in partnership with four major producer countries: Indonesia, Brazil, Paraguay and Liberia.

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