IISD Commentary on the FAO–OECD Guidance for Responsible Agricultural Supply Chains
This IISD commentary looks at the FAO–OECD Guidance for Responsible Agricultural Supply Chains.
The FAO and OECD are drafting a guidance document for companies to improve their social and environmental footprint throughout the food system. IISD submitted comments on how the document can be improved to increase investment in small-scale farmers, prioritize the role of women, effectively involve communities and manage climate risks.
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