This case study outlines the process and lessons taken from adapting the HCSA toolkit for use in the smallholder dominated sector of cocoa production in West Africa.
This literature review identifies and analyses evidence from secondary sources to test the intervention strategy of P4F on high value, low intensity value chains.
This case study explores how the Seed Paths Initiative supported over 30 pilots between 2019-20 to restore diverse environments across Brazil including the Amazon, Cerrado and Atlantic Rainforest biomes with an innovative direct seeding approach.
This case study looks at early results from Partnerships for Forests’ support to a number of initiatives that are working with the Brazilian beef industry to strengthen sustainability commitments and improve the environment for sustainable sourcing of cattle and beef.
This report details highlights from the Africa Palm Oil Initiative (APOI) during its implementation phase over the past year.
In this video, Partnerships for Forests showcases the solutions that the programme supports towards a more sustainable and resilient beef production in the Brazilian Amazon.
This report explores how key partners in the Brazilian beef sector – and slaughterhouses in particular – are taking action to support the conservation of one the most iconic and biodiverse biomes in the world.
This online workshop gives a high-level summary of our report, ‘Making forests and biodiversity work for all’, showcasing how P4F is supporting regenerative business models in areas with high biodiversity value across the tropics.
Pioneer company Ecoflora has managed to unlock the commercial uses of the Jagua fruit, bringing the first ever stable, natural blue colourant to the world food industry while protecting Colombian forests.
This report explores how partners – in particular those working in ecosystem restoration concessions – might leverage marketing and sales strategies to support producers to reach premium buyers, or value-add their products.
A new strategic approach for overcoming the challenge of commodity-driven deforestation and land conversion.
Lessons learned from incubating a regenerative cocoa business model in Ghana that helped unlock performance-based payments for carbon emission reductions in Ghana’s High Forest Zone.