In an effort to enable sustainable agriculture and reduce deforestation, some of the world’s largest conservation, development and finance organizations, as well as government representatives from major producer countries, gathered at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday (Sept 6) to launch the Good Growth Partnership. Funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the Good Growth Partnership will work with the governments of Brazil, Indonesia, Liberia, and Paraguay, as well as the private sector and civil society organizations to enable lasting, transformative change throughout three key global commodity supply chains: soy, beef and palm oil.