Annual Letter 2016:
A Turning Point for Sustainability

2015 marked a defining moment for sustainable agriculture with the signing of the Sustainable Development Goals and a growing number of public-private partnerships that aim to help realize them. As countries, [...]

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A Turning Point for Sustainability

April 2016:

As the field of sustainability matures and we better understand which activities are actually making the most impact, the conversation is starting to take a new turn.  I wanted to [...]

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December 2015:
Learning Across Crops: What Coffee Can Learn from Cotton

Did you know that cotton uses more insecticides than any other commodity? Or that there are over 100 million individual cotton farmers in 75 countries? In light of recent efforts [...]

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September 2015:
Realizing the SDGs – One Measurement at a Time

As you read this, a historic moment is underway as nearly two hundred heads of state are gathered in New York for the 70th General Assembly of the United Nations.We [...]

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December 2014:
Group Genius

The partnerships that comprise COSA are a timely example of a shifting trend. Our culture of collaboration bridges diverse points of view to ignite dialogue and cooperation to address such [...]

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October 2014:
What Sustainability Leaders Say …

Tough questions are timely given a current trend that is perplexing to many. Just as there was a cyclical move to standards-oriented solutions that buoyed certifications in the first decade [...]

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