Current thinking from COSA on sustainability challenges and practical solutions.
Hear how the Sustainable Agriculture, Food, and Environment Platform catalyzed new levels of collective learning.
An organization’s risk management strategy may be only as good as its commitment to sustainable sourcing. Now is the time to re-focus or adapt sustainability programs to better prepare for the future and address the next crises of climate change, biodiversity loss, and inequalities.
Coffee sourcing trips to origin instilled in Carli Rosencranz a deep passion for the concerns of smallholder coffee farmers, and that is good news for COSA.
To successfully address global issues like deforestation requires a multi-dimensional landscape approach that learns and listens to people on the ground in ways that can leverage real change.
Some of the innovative work in sustainability from the IDB Lab demonstrate ways to achieve new levels of collective impact for donors and businesses.
COSA is working closely with Mars and the Farmer Income Lab to develop optimal metrics to help ensure a science-based yet down-to-earth perspective around reasonable income for farmer-suppliers.