The State of Sustainable Markets: Statistics and emerging trends 2015
IISD contributes to a joint report with ITC and FiBL on the State of Sustainable Markets.
This joint report builds off of the IISD’s State of Sustainability Initiatives Review 2014 by reporting on the market performance of 14 voluntary sustainability standards across nine agricultural commodity sectors. To enable a shift towards sustainable production and consumption fundamental and achieve goal 12 of the Sustainable Development Goals, the FiBL–IISD–ITC partnership will aim to replicate this reporting effort annually.
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