Fair and sustainable business practices include (but are not limited to):

Engaging in Circular Business ModelsYour business partners with another business to reuse or repurpose each other’s waste and to convert those waste streams into inputs or new products.
Introducing renewable sources of energyYour business partners with a logistical provider or processor to introduce vehicles and machines that run on renewable energy sources.
Prioritizing human (and labor) rightsYour business works with informal suppliers and wants to increase their well-being through providing access to (health) insurance, child care and/or safe working practices
Investing in feminist economic justice, women and youth economic empowerment and inclusionYour business sets up collaboration with women- or youth-led suppliers and/or distributors in the supply chain to improve their livelihoods and access to markets.
Redistributing benefits fairly and creating fair income and employment opportunitiesYour business partners with a large off-taker and a financial service provider to collaborate to ensure a living income for smallholder suppliers.
Engaging in Circular Business Models Regenerating natural resources and preventing harm to ecological systems and the climate Your business partners with agricultural suppliers to introduce regenerative farming practices or practices that prevent deforestation.
Considering the voices, (traditional) knowledge and practices of indigenous and local communitiesYour business partners with a community conserve or re-introduce indigenous practices.
Increasing the climate resilience of affected communitiesYour business partners with suppliers and a financial service provider to invest in new irrigation equipment to make the community more climate resilient.