Sustainable Sector Transformation - Aidenvironment

Sustainable Sector Transformation

Structural weaknesses undermine the performance of value chain approaches. The transformation of sectors as a whole requires holistic and coordinated approaches as well as systemic solutions in the landscape, the market and governance space.

The production and trade of agricultural, forestry, fishery and mining products are needed to meet the growing demands of the world’s population and contribute to stronger national economies. However, the production and trade systems are also related to persistent socio-economic and environmental problems. Value chain initiatives to address the challenges tend to remain ‘islands of success’, i.e. they remain limited in scale. Many others do not sustain over time. To improve the performance of a sector as a whole, there is a need for a more holistic and coordinated approach to sector transformation, to conceive and develop systemic solutions in the landscape, the market and governance space.

Aidenviroment offers structured and integrated approaches to understand commodity sectors and develop transformation strategies. We help clients identify and assess innovative solutions on a range of systemic solutions. We also support them in monitoring systemic impacts and to draw lessons from this that can improve their strategies.

Our services

To promote the sector performance of an agricultural commodity at scale, systemic solutions are needed in three spaces – market, governance and landscapes. Aidenvironment offers high quality services to better understand what strategies are needed across these spaces.
Sector diagnostics & strategies
Structured and integrated approaches to assess sectors and develop sector transformation strategies.
Innovation research
Exploratory research on specific solutions, such as living wage & living income strategies, price management and procurement practices and the role of sustainability initiatives.
Monitoring and learning
Monitoring frameworks and evaluations of systemic impacts.