Tagged with "Production Protection Inclusion"

  • JBS and IDH ramp up Brazilian Sustainable Production of Calves traceability partnership to register 1 million animals by 2025

    IDH and JBS will broaden their partnership for the sustainable production of calves in Brazil to register 1 million animals by 2025, ensuring the traceability of calves from breeder farms.

    JBS and IDH ramp up Brazilian Sustainable Production of Calves traceability partnership to register 1 million animals by 2025
  • JBS and IDH ramp up Brazilian Sustainable Production of Calves traceability partnership to register 1 million animals by 2025

    IDH and JBS will broaden their partnership for the sustainable production of calves in Brazil to register 1 million animals by 2025, ensuring the traceability of calves from breeder farms.

    JBS and IDH ramp up Brazilian Sustainable Production of Calves traceability partnership to register 1 million animals by 2025
  • European Soy Monitor Report

    Sustainable soy uptake in Europe increased from 42.2% in 2019 to 43.8% in 2020. The 2020 European Soy monitor examines EU27+ (European, UK, Norwegian, and Swiss) imports of sustainable soy.

    European Soy Monitor Report
  • LDN TAF 2nd Learning Brief on Sustainable Land Management

    The publication marks two years of the Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) Fund and Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) being operational. It shares showcases the groundbreaking work of the TAF and the…

    LDN TAF 2nd Learning Brief on Sustainable Land Management
  • Learning from Landscapes

    Landscape approaches and their impact Evaluating IDH efforts in creating cohesive conservation Following five years of IDH’s Landscape Program, KIT Royal Tropical Institute and Unique Land Use carried…

    Learning from Landscapes
  • Why we are reviving lowland rice production in Liberia – Silas Siakor

    Lofa, where we work in Foya, used to be regarded as the breadbasket for Liberia. They used to produce large volumes of rice, year in year out, and everybody knew them for the volume of rice coming out of that region. The lowlands were developed with canals, dams, everything needed to store water throughout the year. They were able to farm and harvest three times a year. However, after forty years of civil war, total disrepair and lack of maintenance, those dams could no longer function properly and the canals were all closing up.

    Why we are reviving lowland rice production in Liberia – Silas Siakor
  • Reducing the cattle deforestation risk in the Brazilian Amazon

    A couple of weeks ago my Brazilian colleague Daniella Mariuzzo ventured out to a supermarket for the first time in 18 months. With a mixture of trepidation and elation she left the safety of her family bubble to purchase one of the first packs of verified 100% deforestation-free Brazilian Beef from a Carrefour store in Sao Paulo. It was a big moment for both the Brazilian cattle sector and for all of us who want to stop illegal deforestation in the Amazon.

    Reducing the cattle deforestation risk in the Brazilian Amazon
  • Partnership agrees to stop deforestation and improve food production in Foya, Liberia

    Local farmers, landowning communities, county officials, investors and nongovernmental organizations are implementing an agreement to combat climate change, tackle deforestation, improve food security, and strengthen land tenure and governance in Foya District, Lofa County, Liberia – all at the same time.

    Partnership agrees to stop deforestation and improve food production in Foya, Liberia
  • Blended finance has the potential to address the climate financing gap – But the current grant-capital-return mix is standing in the way

    Green finance is finally having its moment. $491 billion in sustainable bonds were issued in 2020, a jump from $200 billion in 2018, as reported by…

    Blended finance has the potential to address the climate financing gap – But the current grant-capital-return mix is standing in the way
  • Grupo Carrefour Brasil e Coopavam firmam acordo para desenvolvimento da cadeia de valor da castanha-do-brasil em Mato Grosso

    O Grupo Carrefour Brasil e a Cooperativa dos Agricultores do Vale do Amanhecer (Coopavam) firmaram uma parceria cujos benefícios vão além da questão comercial, promovendo também o desenvolvimento territorial sustentável…

    Grupo Carrefour Brasil e Coopavam firmam acordo para desenvolvimento da cadeia de valor da castanha-do-brasil em Mato Grosso