Overview Sustainability Legislation
The CPPTF in its Technical Workstream 3 Importing Countries carried out a first mapping exercise with the collaboration of Prof Janina Grabs from ESADE Business School about key sustainability legislation in key importing countries providing vital overview on this topic for all stakeholders of the global coffee value chain. Here is a summary of the most relevant ones in user-friendly pdf format. The full Mapping data can be accessed in the Excel file below.
Gender Tracker Tool
The CPPTF, with the support from Oxfam Business Advisory Services- OBAS, developed a Gender Tracker Tool with the aim to provide all stakeholders in the coffee sector, including public, private and civil society actors, with a guide on how their planned activity should consider and respond to gender equality issues present in the coffee value chain. The Tracker tool also provides examples of ways to strengthen the gender perspective of planned activity, with suggestions to support gender-transformative approaches.
Doing Business on Uneven Ground: Advancing land equality
Advancing land equality is key to addressing climate change and farmer rights. Land is the bridge between companies’ environmental and social
sustainability agendas, and it is foundational to both.
BRIEFINGS FOR BUSINESS ON INEQUALITY IN FOOD VALUE CHAINS
International Land Coalition & Oxfam International
Pursuing economic sustainability for an inclusive and resilient global coffee sector. Operalization of the London Declaration (LD) on price levels, price volatility and long-term sustainability of the coffee sector and Resolution 465 on coffee price levels of the International Coffee Council.