Illipe Nut: A New Value Chain with Strong Social and Gender Potential

This case study explores how Partnerships for Forests is supporting ethical commodity producer Forestwise to develop a market for illipe butter to unlock the commercial value of the illipe nut and support communities in West Kalimantan, with a particular focus on the model’s gender and social impact.

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.

The Seed Paths Initiative

The Seed Paths Initiative works to strengthen forest restoration in Brazil through a direct seeding technique – a low-cost restoration method with strong social and environmental benefits.

High Value, Low Intensity Value Chains in Forest Landscapes

This evaluative study sought to answer the following question: ‘To what extent and how can high value, low intensity (HVLI) value chains create sufficiently strong incentives for sustainable forestry and associated land use practices, via increasing productivity and producer incomes, rather than deforestation and land degradation’.