The guidance is the result of a multi-stakeholder consultation process involving 50 different representatives from NGOs, companies, concession owners, financial institutions, certification bodies and government agencies.
New draft legislation to steer the transition to responsible production of six tree crops in Ghana: oil palm, coconut, mango, shea, rubber and cashew.
The beginning of a series of exchanges on best practices in sustainability at the level of agroforestry landscapes / El inicio de una serie de intercambios sobre mejores prácticas de sostenibilidad a nivel de paisajes agroforestales.
The Asunafo Asutifi Landscape Programme is a short film to showcase the landscape programme in Ghana and create awareness of the landscape approach to different audiences.
Read the statements from the seven African governments that took part in an event at CoP26 to mark five years of progress of the Marrakesh Declaration for Sustainable Development of the Palm Oil Sector in Africa.
African Governments give statements of progress since CoP22, Marrakesh; with investment and action required to support sustainable development and climate mitigation.
Proforest Africa Director speaking about the Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape Programme and our journey to develop a deforestation-free climate-resilient sustainable cocoa landscape in Ghana.
Rethinking supply chains and using HCV screening to prioritise conservation and livelihoods.
Five years of progress with implementing the Marrakesh Commitment on Responsible Oil Palm Development in Africa.
Supporting climate change mitigation through supply chain action on deforestation: work starts in Peru15 October 2021
A milestone in our project funded by IKI (International Climate Initiative of the German Environment Ministry), linking no-deforestation supply chains and national climate mitigation initiatives in Ghana, Côte D’Ivoire and Peru.