Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade

In this special issue, we explore the challenges and opportunities arising with respect to normative goals of shifting production and international trade in agriculture towards greater sustainability. Private voluntary sustainability standards have experienced substantial growth in various global ma...

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Autores Principales: Nelson, V.,  Rueda, X., Vermeulen, W.J.
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Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: 2020
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/1992/47060
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spelling ir-1992-470602020-11-04T20:25:27Z Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade Nelson, V.  Rueda, X. Vermeulen, W.J. Challenges Opportunities Sustainability Transition Global Trade In this special issue, we explore the challenges and opportunities arising with respect to normative goals of shifting production and international trade in agriculture towards greater sustainability. Private voluntary sustainability standards have experienced substantial growth in various global markets, reaching 40% of global coffee production, 25% of cocoa and 15% of palm oil in 2012. Given the rapid expansion of private standards, whether third-party certifications, corporate codes of conductor ¿newer¿ regulatory approaches such as multi-stakeholder initiatives, public-private partnerships and efforts to develop new sustainable business models, it is important to consider what such approaches offer. All of these approaches are seeking to contribute, at differing levels of ambition, towards a sustainability transition. 2020-10-01T16:53:22Z 2020-10-01T16:53:22Z 2018 article publishedVersion http://hdl.handle.net/1992/47060 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/bse.2008 eng openAccess application/pdf instname:Universidad de los Andes reponame:Repositorio Institucional Séneca
institution Universidad de los Andes
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language Inglés (English)
topic Challenges
Opportunities
Sustainability Transition
Global Trade
spellingShingle Challenges
Opportunities
Sustainability Transition
Global Trade
Nelson, V.
 Rueda, X.
Vermeulen, W.J.
Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
description In this special issue, we explore the challenges and opportunities arising with respect to normative goals of shifting production and international trade in agriculture towards greater sustainability. Private voluntary sustainability standards have experienced substantial growth in various global markets, reaching 40% of global coffee production, 25% of cocoa and 15% of palm oil in 2012. Given the rapid expansion of private standards, whether third-party certifications, corporate codes of conductor ¿newer¿ regulatory approaches such as multi-stakeholder initiatives, public-private partnerships and efforts to develop new sustainable business models, it is important to consider what such approaches offer. All of these approaches are seeking to contribute, at differing levels of ambition, towards a sustainability transition.
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author Nelson, V.
 Rueda, X.
Vermeulen, W.J.
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 Rueda, X.
Vermeulen, W.J.
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title Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
title_short Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
title_full Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
title_fullStr Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
title_full_unstemmed Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability Transition in Global Trade
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