Exploring Indonesia’s Cocoa Sustainable Goals and Ambitions
The cocoa sector demands a clear commitment to sustainability, yet achieving progress amid aligned stakeholder calls can be intricate. To propel sustainability forward, all stakeholders must actively engage and comprehend each other's requirements. The influences steering social, economic, and environmental sustainability in cocoa extend beyond the sector, emphasizing the need for robust collaboration. Fostering such collaboration demands open-mindedness, innovative thinking, and a shared trust in common goals.
Join our Head of Sectors, Meg Phillips at World Cocoa Foundation 2024 Partnership Meeting in a panel discussion “Sustainability Ambitions in Cocoa Producing Countries”. This session aims to showcase the self-sufficiency of cocoa-producing countries in pursuing their sustainability goals, irrespective of global regulations. It underscores the significance of these goals for both producing and consuming countries, emphasizing the shared commitment to transparency and robust policy and management decisions. The focus is on harnessing locally developed solutions for the overall benefit of the cocoa sector.
With Meg’s expertise and experience in leading numerous of cocoa traceability projects in Indonesia, she will highlight on Indonesia’s cocoa sector and exploring the potential as well as its opportunities towards sustainability.