Today marks the start of World Forest Week and the FAO Forestry Summit in Rome. So we’re sharing this virtual tour through the Congo Basin – a chance to see sustainable forestry in action.
In this month’s Who We Work With blog, we hear from the Sustainable Restaurant Association, who is working with over 6000 foodservice sites to bring about sustainable practices.
Our new photo blog series, Worth a Thousand Words, takes a look at what our photos are actually trying to communicate, and we’re kicking off with a photo that is more than just a bunch of banana trees.
Originally posted on The Frog Business Blog:
Timor-Leste gained independence from Indonesia in 2002, but this was preceded by years of extensive violence and destruction to much of the nation’s infrastructure and landscape. Today, at less than 15 years old, Timor-Leste is one of the world’s newest countries – and after years of conflict, this…
On a recent visit to Costa Rica, the Rainforest Alliance’s Reena Chadee met farmers working at the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ plantation Piñales Del Caribe in Limon, who hold sustainability at the centre of their practices. Reena also learned that pineapples actually grow on the ground and not in trees!