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Solutions exist to produce food and other commodities while restoring natural ecosystems. By scaling up these solutions, we can improve lives and positively impact the climate – but we need the power of supply chains to make it happen.

Solutions exist to produce food and other commodities while restoring natural ecosystems. By scaling up these solutions, we can improve lives and positively impact the climate – but we need the power of supply chains to make it happen.

En nuestros inicios, nuestra misión era proteger los bosques. Nuestro trabajo se expandió rápidamente más allá de las fronteras boscosas para entrar en la agricultura, comunidades, etc. Nos dimos cuenta de que comprender la interdependencia entre las personas, el clima y los hábitats es la única manera de construir soluciones duraderas. La misión de Earthworm Foundation ha ahora evolucionado para trabajar en cadenas de suministro, donde podemos crear impacto en los siguientes sectores:

We help define policies that state what a company wants for its products
We support on transparency, traceability, grievance management, monitoring, and verification
We engage with suppliers and support better practices all the way to critical sourcing regions
We help communicate the journey of change

OUR FIELD WORK IN SOURCING REGIONS

Regenerating supply chains is about restoring soils and forests. We work at the roots of the supply chain with farmers, local communities, governments, and partners to create regenerative agricultural practices, economic prosperity, and protect and conserve forests, thus creating replicable cases of change in sourcing regions.

Data-driven and continuous impact measurement is a key component of our approach. We track a number of key targets across all our projects that are reported on annually. We provide the tools for satellite verification, monitoring by local people, and innovative funding mechanisms to sustain and replicate our solutions.

Healthy
soils
Thriving
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Resilient
farmers