We help address the sustainability challenges of highly-traded commodities. We support governments to take the lead in creating national environments where sustainable commodity sectors can grow. This means facilitating neutral spaces where stakeholders can collaborate on a shared vision and agenda for action. It means building public-private partnerships. And, it means sharing what we learn through a growing community of practitioners.

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With cocoa driving deforestation in Ghana, this new partnership expands on existing efforts, bringing the public and private sectors together to meet ambitions forest protection goals.

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