Sustainable energy from coffee waste
Solidaridad supports farmers on several levels. Training to produce sustainably is one of them. Solidaridad therefore, joint a pilot project in Nicaragua to produce energy from coffee waste.
Dutch companies support responsible soy
Stimulated by Solidaridad, FrieslandCampina, CONO and Keurslagers, 3 Dutch companies in the animal sector, support responsible soy produced by family farmers in India and Brazil.
Tea estates see new opportunities with Utz
Tea farmers in Malawi face many challenges that prevent them from reaching their full potential. Through certification, they can improve their farming methods and produce more sustainable.
First sustainable supply chain of sugarcane
Argos Energies is a key player in the Western European fuel market.
Bonsucro: Standard for 'better' sugarcane
In Bonsucro, farmers, producers, NGOs and big brands collaborate to support an increasing number of sugarcane producers in making their production sustainable.
Training and certifying soy family farmers
Solidaridad's Soy Producer Support Initiative supports more than 800 soy family farmers in South Brazil.
Farmers save water in sugarcane cultivation
Sugarcane is a water intensive crop that uses up to millions of liters of water per hectare.
Solidaridad introduces Fairtrade Fairmined gold
Artisanal and small-scale miners work under the most severe and unsafe labour conditions.
Better Cotton Initiative benefits sector
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) aims to promote measurable improvements of cotton cultivation to make it more economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable.
Chetna boosts organic cotton in India
Chetna Organic in India has grown from reaching 234 farmers in 2004 to a membership base of 8,138 farmers in 2010. From a small project, it developed into a large-scale independent organization.