Five Impact Briefs Share the Contribution of the Good Growth Partnership to Sustainable Agricultural Commodities Supply Chains in the Last 5 Years
July 4, 2022
Since 2017, the Good Growth Partnership has simultaneously worked on production, demand and finance to advance sustainable development in three commodity supply chains - soy, beef and palm oil - in 4 countries: Brazil, Paraguay, Indonesia and Liberia. Now after almost half a decade of piloting the Integrated Approach to reduce deforestation caused by these commodities, the Global Environment Facility funded Good Growth Partnership is keen to share some of its impacts and how it went about achieving them.
The following set of four impact briefs focus on the experience and results of the the Good Growth Partnership´s production work in Indonesia, Liberia and Paraguay in:
- Collaborative Action Mechanisms for Forest Positive Agricultural Commodities
- Sustainable Production Policy Reform
- Producer Support for Forest Positive Agricultural Commodities
- Land Use Policy Reform for Forest Positive Agricultural Commodities
A fifth brief on the Integrated Approach using System Mapping presents the overall approach taken by the Good Growth Partnership to work on reducing deforestation from global supply chains, and the Impact Brief Overview presents the overall and country level results and impacts achieved.
Reducing Deforestation from the Beef Supply Chain: the Story of the Good Growth Partnership
Supply chains, as most stakeholders know all too well, are intensely complicated and difficult to understand. The beef supply chain is a good example of this ap...
Reducing Deforestation from the Soy Supply Chain: the Story of the Good Growth Partnership
Transformation requires different types of interventions across multiple levels, sectors, and issues simultaneously, addressing supply systems, not just supply ch...