Team to provide agriculture recovery to North Eastern Madagascar in response to Tropical Cyclone ENAWO
At the Multi Stakeholder Conference of the Amsterdam Group last week, policy-makers, international companies and civil society came together to address the link between the loss of natural forests and European consumption. The international conference focused on approaches for sustainable and deforestation-free supply chains, through discussing examples from palm oil, soy and cocoa initiatives. Several of IDH partners presented our joint work in these sectors.
June 13th and 15th, the first Roundtables took place in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana. The Roundtables were hosted in Côte d'Ivoire by the Ministry of Public Hygiene, Environment and Sustainable Development (MINSEDD) and in Ghana by the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources. Participants included representatives from cocoa and chocolate companies, local governments and civil society organizations (CSOs). The roundtables were held to collaboratively build a Framework of Action to end deforestation and forest degradation in the cocoa value chain.
There are two kinds of companies: those that sell sustainable products... and those that will...