Publications

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    Better Mill Initiative - Phase 1 Results

    13 November 2015

    Mills and dyehouses across China are struggling to balance economic realities with increasing pressure from consumers, brands, campaign groups, and the government to produce apparel in a more socially
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    National Conference on Sustainable Soy, India

    28 July 2015

    Solidaridad South and South-East Asia, ICAR-Directorate of Soybean Research (Indore) and Society for Soybean Research and Development (Indore) jointly planned and organized multi-stakeholder events (i
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    Towards Sustainability in the Textile Sector?

    16 July 2015

    Demand for food, feed, fuel and fibre is set to continue rising for the foreseeable future.
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    Namibian communal farmers and the markets

    19 June 2015

    A case study on the Omuramba village, a crush pen and cattle trading in the Kunene region of Namibia.
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    Solidaridad Network 2014 Annual Report

    15 June 2015

    The leaders of leading companies no longer talk about corporate responsibility as a side issue for their CSR departments.
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    Go for good gold

    19 May 2015

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    Towards Inclusive Palm Oil Supply Chains

    08 May 2015

    Globally, 30% of palm oil is produced by smallholders. Inclusion of smallholders and raising their yields presents an opportunity to increase production of palm oil without converting more land.
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    Sustainable Soy Kick-Off in China

    30 April 2015

    The world’s largest importers of soy have now come together to ensure sustainable production practices in the main soy-producing countries around the globe.
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    Sustainable Soy News

    17 March 2015

    We are pleased to welcome you all to the third quarterly issue of “Sustainable Soy News” from the National Platform for Sustainable Soy.
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    Cocoa Barometer 2015

    06 March 2015

    Extreme poverty is the norm for West African cocoa farmers. At the same time, the cocoa supply chain is increasingly dominated by a select group of large corporations.
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