What we do
Making sustainability everyone’s first choice
As a global organization with boots and brains on the ground, we work throughout supply chains to make genuine sustainability the norm. A norm that’s informed and co-designed by the producers themselves, not dictated by the powerful companies that dominate global industries.
Our sustainability solutions
We’re always looking for innovative approaches to achieve our goals and never hesitate to adopt more sustainable solutions
The RECLAIM Sustainability! programme (2021-2025) with Fairfood, TrustAfrica and Business Watch Indonesia is implemented in the following countries: Ghana, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Egypt, China, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Honduras, Colombia, Peru, and the Netherlands (in the larger European context). The programme is active in the commodities: cocoa, coffee, tea, palm oil, cotton & textiles, and gold; with a special focus on the local food systems in Africa.
National Initiatives for Sustainable and Climate-Smart Oil Palm Smallholders (NI-SCOPS) have been developed in Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, and Ghana, in close collaboration with the countries’ governments. The Dutch government supported the inception of the initiative in four countries in 2019 and 2020. At this point, agreements have been signed, commitments of the public and private sector made and baselines have been conducted. The initiatives are ready to scale up!
Amazonia Connect is a partnership between USAID, Solidaridad, Earth Innovation Institute, the National Wildlife Federation, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Together with USAID’s Amazon Regional Environment Program, producers, companies, local governments and financial institutions, Amazonia Connect promotes and scales the adoption of low-emission commodity production to improve biodiversity conservation and support climate action in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru.