Good Growth Partnership Celebrates “Excellent” Results After Independent Review

As the Pilot Phase of the Good Growth Partnership draws to a close, the Adaptive Management and Learning (A&L) part of the project has successfully been through an independent review: “the performance of the A&L Project has been excellent in spite of great challenges from the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

By |2022-05-24T23:01:26+00:00May 24th, 2022|BlogNews, Blogs|

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.

By |2022-04-13T13:59:28+00:00April 7th, 2022|BlogNews, Blogs|

Partnerships to Promote Sustainable Livestock Production in the Chaco Region

The Vice Ministry of Livestock (VMG), the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the Government of Alto Paraguay and the Green Chaco project joined forces to train, provide technical assistance and support producers in the area with supplies and equipment and build a joint work plan aimed at sustainable livestock production and adaptation to climate change. The technical teams of the organizations involved that arrived in the territory were able to learn about the reality of the producers to identify their specific needs and, based on them, build a joint work plan aimed at sustainable livestock production and adaptation to climate change.

By |2022-04-07T19:56:42+00:00April 7th, 2022|BlogNews, Blogs|

COFCO partnership traces and screens all direct soy supplies in Brazil’s Matopiba

COFCO International has reached traceability and completed social and environmental screening of all its directly sourced soy from current suppliers in the Matopiba region, by December 2021, an important stepping-stone towards establishing a sustainable soy supply chain in the environmentally sensitive region.

By |2022-03-16T15:28:29+00:00March 15th, 2022|BlogNews|
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