Agriculture and food

Below are blog posts, news stories and resources that relate to agriculture and food

Re-imagining the future of trust

Trust is a defining hallmark of sustainability standards. In this blog, Patrick Mallet, Innovations Director at ISEAL, considers how new data tools and approaches are changing our expectations of trust.

IUCN journal devotes entire issue to review literature on certification’s impact on biodiversity

Understanding the benefits and limitations of certification as a viable approach for achieving biodiversity conservation is the focus of the latest issue of IUCN’s Policy Matters, ‘Certification and biodiversity: How voluntary certification standards impact biodiversity and human livelihoods’.

Credible sustainability standards continue to grow

The latest market data on voluntary sustainability standards shows a clear trend: the production volume and number of certified products from almost all standards have increased over the past five years.

New report finds farm practices must change to protect endangered species and habitats

A new report released by the International Institute for Sustainable Development has found that sustainable agriculture practices must be widely implemented in order to stem the alarming loss of biodiversity and to protect endanged species.

Clariant

Clariant’s vision is to become the globally leading company for specialty chemicals, and to stand out through above-average value creation for all stakeholders. In order to make this vision a reality, Clariant is committed to building and maintaining leading positions in its businesses and adopting functional excellence as part of the corporate culture.

Living Wage Foundation

We are the organisation at the heart of the independent movement of businesses, organisations and people that campaign for the simple idea that a hard day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay. We celebrate and recognise the leadership of responsible employers who choose to go further and pay a real Living Wage based on the cost of living, not just the government minimum.

Alex Tobler

I'm researching in the area of guidelines for responsible investments in commodities at the University of St. Gallen. The aim of the project is to evolve responsibility guidelines for liquid investments in commodities.

Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council

MPOCC is an independent non-profit organisation established in December 2014 to develop and operate the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification Scheme.

Arisa Goldstone

I bring over a decade of social impact work to the sustainability sector.

Angelina Sanderson Bellamy

Dr. Angelina Sanderson Bellamy is a Research Fellow at the Sustainable Places Research Institute. Angelina's areas of expertise encompass food production systems and land use/land cover changes, using a social-ecological perspective. She investigates the social drivers, particularly governance and support structures, of environmental change and the impact of land management on the delivery of ecosystem services.
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