New study on sustainable approaches to commercial agriculture in Papua New Guinea (PNG) was presented recently in Port Moresby. The report comes at a time when PNG is planning to increase production of agricultural commodities like coffee, cacao and palm oil in the coming years.
One of the world’s biggest pineapple producing countries – Costa Rica – has officially adopted a widely endorsed action plan to tackle serious social and environmental concerns in this critical sector.
The UNDP Green Commodities Programme works in eleven countries to help address the sustainability problems of vital commodities such as palm oil, cocoa, coffee, pineapple, fisheries, soy and beef by:
Achieving sustainable commodity production will require all stakeholders to come together. We work with representatives from government, civil society and the private sector to address the barriers to sustainable commodity production. See who we are working with.