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.
Theme: Supply chains
The Brazilian Beef Sector Sustainability Commitments Report
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.
Making forests and biodiversity work for all: workshop
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.
Wild Forest Honey Market & Sales Strategy Research Report
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.
Global Resource Initiative: Final Recommendations Report
A new strategic approach for overcoming the challenge of commodity-driven deforestation and land conversion.
Ethiopian Forest Coffee
Partnerships for Forests is supporting an initiative to bring Ethiopian forest coffee to the global speciality market and fetch better prices for farmers.
A sweet taste for forests
This case study tells the story of a multi-partner initiative turning cocoa into a restoration driver in Brazil’s leading deforestation state.
We Need Nature: building resilience through nature-positive investment
Partnerships for Forests and the Blended Finance Taskforce host an online event focused on mobilising capital for forests and sustainable land use through innovative and blended finance solutions.
Moving towards deforestation free soya in the UK: the role of public-private supply chain dialogue
This case study documents the significant progress made by the UK Sustainable Soya Initiative in driing corporate and public policy changes in the UK and in other consumer countries.
Protecting Ethiopia’s old growth forests by transforming the value chain
This case study explores how Ethiopian forest coffee has the potential to signiﬁcantly enhance the protection of Ethiopia’s old growth forests by unlocking their value and incentivising communities to work together to reduce encroachment.