15 May '18, 8pm

Most-Vulnerable Farmers Being Left Out of Certifications, Geographic Analysis Shows

Most-Vulnerable Farmers Being Left Out of Certifications, Geographic Analysis Shows

The study compares geographic concentrations of certified farms to three primary concerns of the most common voluntary third-party certifications: biodiversity, deforestation and poverty, concluding that “while certification appeared to coincide with areas important for biodiversity, it showed less overlap with areas of greatest poverty. These results suggest either a mismatch between the objectives of sustainability standards studied here and their potential to achieve them, or a greater emphasis on environmental than social sustainability.”

Full article: https://dailycoffeenews.com/2018/05/15/most-vulnerable-fa...

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