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Record number 507338
Title Upscaling sustainability initiatives in international commodity chains : Examples from cocoa, coffee and soy value chains in the Netherlands.
Author(s) Ingram, V.J.; Judge, L.O.; Luskova, Martina; Berkum, S. van; Berg, J. van den
Source Wageningen : Statutory Research Tasks Unit for Nature & the Environment (WOt-technical report 67) - 125
Department(s) Forest and Nature Conservation Policy
WASS
Consumer and Chain
International Policy
Green Economy and Landuse
WOT Natuur & Milieu
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) value chains, soy, cocoa, coffee, policy, trade, development policy, sustainability, upscaling - waardeketenanalyse - basisproducten - cacao - koffie - glycine soja - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - handel - nederland - value chain analysis - commodities - cocoa - coffee - glycine soja - sustainability - trade - netherlands
Categories Production Chain Management
Abstract This study reports on the extent to which sustainability initiatives in the cocoa, coffee and soy value chains
have been scaled up by companies. We have investigated how the private sector can be further stimulated to engage in, sustain and increase their involvement in actions to increase the sustainability of commodity chains with links to the Netherlands. The report analyses the motives for companies to join sustainability initiatives and their reasons for not engaging. It concludes with several recommendations on how government and value-chain stakeholders could further stimulate the scaling up of sustainability initiatives
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