This report shares practical examples from Partnerships for Forests’ (P4F) portfolio, showing how supply chain actors can design and implement environmental and social management systems (ESMSs).
This report funded by the Partnerships for Forests provides insights from the development of the Cocoa Landscape Investment Facility (CLIF) and shares lessons learned on the development of natural capital in cocoa hotspots in Ghana.
The video-animation provides insights into the private capital raised with P4F’s support, demonstrating the tangible outcomes of the collaboration between P4F East Africa and New Forests Africa.
P4F’s monitoring, evaluation, and learning team used Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to identify which combination of factors is most likely to make the P4F-supported projects transformative as part of its work to understand outcomes.
Terrasos, a P4F partner, has created a unique business model around habitat banks in Colombia. The company stands as a pioneering entity in the biodiversity credits market, incorporating an economic incentive seamlessly into its business model to enhance the economic viability of the Habitat Bank model.
The video “Sustainable timber production in Peru” shows how Form International, with the support of P4F, is consolidating a business model that offers a profitable alternative to the recovery of degraded land, particularly due to cattle ranching and monocultures, in the Ucayali region of Peru.
This case study focuses on the role of Partnerships for Forests (P4F) in facilitating collaboration between the Brazilian beef sector and Chinese buyers to improve environmental standards and trade protocols.
P4F has supported several value chain actors to scale a community-focused and sustainable superfood juice to a transparent and resilient value chain which provides the local and indigenous Amazonian communities with an income source, and protects forests and biodiversity.
This case study highlights our lessons on expanding and strengthening the bioeconomy in Latin America. Based on P4F’s initiatives in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru, it brings together practical examples and innovative thinking on how to support businesses with a positive socio-environmental impact.
This report aims to show how the APOI multi-stakeholder process was undertaken, how it came to develop into the ASCI, and key learnings on success factors that could be used to scale up or improve on current work.
It is the responsibility of the Lead Organisation to ensure that they submit financial and technical reports in line with these principles and according to these guidelines.
This infographic gives an overview of the model and goals of a partnership between Global Coffee Platform (GCP) and Partnerships for Forests.