Reclaiming Sustainability: Voices from Global Supply Chains

Libby Daghlian May 13, 2021

Sustainability seems to have lost its true meaning. There is no such thing as sustainability when the people who produce those goods live in poverty, when natural resources are not managed sustainably and working conditions are poor. Even sustainability initiatives designed to improve livelihoods are failing smallholder farmers and workers. How do we support farmers to reclaim sustainability? From inclusivity to producing in balance with nature to a fair share for everyone in the chain. Join us as we bring together leaders from both ends of the supply chain—the smallholder farmer and the corporate executive—to engage in an interactive discussion on sustainability.


Radical Collaboration

Meta Themes

  • Climate Action

  • Equity & Inclusion

  • Sustainable Development


Purpose and Desired Outcome

To achieve a working definition of sustainability for the smallholder farmer and worker.


  • Corporate & SME

  • Government

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Intermediaries (Financial Advisers, Investment Bankers)


  • NameMadhyama Subramanian
  • TitleHead of Programs and Partnerships
  • OrganizationSolidaridad
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameFrederik Claasen
  • TitleHead of Policy
  • OrganizationSolidaridad
  • StatusConfirmed
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