The Sustainable Tropics Alliance is a strategic partnership of independent, non-governmental organizations that draw on research, multi-stakeholder engagement, and local knowledge to develop alternative, low-emission rural development models in the Tropics.
Together with the Brazilian Service of Support for Micro and Small Enterprises (SEBRAE), STA partnerSAPOPEMA organized a meeting on March 21st on the development of sustainable supply chains for pirarucu – one of the largest freshwater fish species.
40 million smallholders in Indonesia, many of them "invisible", can now acquire cultivation registration more easily & join the formal economy, through a new tool developed by STA partners INOBU & Earth Innovation Institute.
STA members Earth Innovation Institute and Pronatura Sur will be hosting a side event at COP24 in Katowice, Poland. During the event, panelists will review a new global assessment of low-emission development in 40 sub-national jurisdictions.