This ISEAL Guidance seeks to capture some of the core elements and good practices that are emerging as a result of this innovation.
This Additional Notes on the Contextualization of AWS Guideline Implementation in Indonesia is developed by AWS Indonesia as part of a set of reports from the 'Boosting sustainability practice and performance at landscape level through good water stewardship 2020-2022' project.
Credibility-Principles_V1.2 in Chinese ISEAL 11-2020
This document summarises the approach ASC, SFP and SFW took to data sharing throughout the Integration of seafood certification and jurisdictional assurance models project in March 2022. It explores data collected at different scales, and how this data can be created, shared and used by the project partners. 
Aquaculture improvement projects (AIPs) have recently emerged as a new form of market-based and non-state governance in the aquaculture sector (Bottema, 2019). They embody multi-stakeholder efforts that leverage the influence of the private sector to drive improvements in aquaculture production and ensure that these changes endure through improved policy and management strategies (Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP), 2019).
This document presents the details and outcomes of the consultative events carried out in the development of the Delta Framework.
This is a set of 6 documents comprising guidance and tools for the Women’s Empowerment indicator, for smallholder and large farm contexts.
This document is an additional guidance to collect data points for sub-indicators #3b Irrigation Efficiency and #3c Water Productivity.
This reference document presents a non-exhaustive list of all the HHPs used in coffee and cotton production globally. It has been compiled based on the information available with the Delta Project Team at the time of the finalization of the framework (June 2022).
This Excel document outlines all the Delta indicators, with their respective data points and data collection templates, as well as some reporting examples.
The Delta Framework aims to align sustainability monitoring and reporting within and across the cotton and coffee sectors. It provides a common set of indicators to measure and communicate sustainability improvements. This document is a summarized version of the Delta Indicators.
This document outlines the desktop research conducted at the start of the project and explains the process how the Delta Framework was developed.
This document summarizes the consolidated learnings from the different pilots of the Delta indicators.
This Excel document is a questionnaire developed for the pilots conducted to test the Delta Indicators, it aimed to collect data points for most of the Delta Indicators as it was meant to collect only those data points that were not already collected by the piloting organisation through the existing M&E system.
This document presents the set of 15 indicators, the rationale for their selection, definitions, methodological notes, and main references for each indicator. It also includes the learnings from pilot testing the indicators in different countries and settings.
Short presentation outlining the Delta project background, objectives, and activities.
This slide deck outlines a presentation of the Delta Project for the ICAC plenary in December 2019, entitled 'Building consensus on sustainability goals and measurements across agricultural commodities: the case of cotton and coffee'.
This document supports the implementation of common data models to facilitate future data aggregation and collective reporting.
Globally, the demand for sustainable products has grown in recent years. Not only are consumers becoming more aware and demanding of sustainably produced goods, but also companies themselves are increasingly prioritising sustainable product sourcing. In emerging economies, a growing conscientiousness and spending power among consumers is driving companies to increase their dialogue and action on sustainable sourcing. Consequently, we are seeing an increasing focus on strategies to generate increased demand for sustainable products in key emerging markets.
This paper explores how Voluntary Sustainability Initiatives (VSIs) for the mining sector can be used to demonstrate that companies have appropriate due diligence systems and processes in place, to ensure that due diligence has been carried out, and to verify due diligence. While VSIs and related verification processes are not a substitute for rule of law and the role of government in establishing requirements and oversight, they can serve as a complementary tool for due diligence.
For companies working to improve sustainability performance within their supply chains, engaging in landscape and jurisdictional approaches is a way to take action at scale. This set of guiding practices for effective company actions in landscapes and jurisdictions aims to support companies taking this step.