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Jeroen Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeroen DouglasJeroen Douglas is Chair of the Solidaridad Farmer Support Programme (FSP), a € 70 million international public-private partnership with private sector and global commodity Roundtables for oil palm, soy, sugarcane, cotton and livestock.

He is the former President of the Roundtable for Responsible Soy (RTRS and former Senior Vice President for the Better Sugarcane Initiative (Bonsucro). Douglas is co-founder of Fairtrade initiatives for fresh fruit (Agro-Fair), jeans and casual wear (Kuyichi) and the sustainable fashion label initiative Made-By.

In 2009 he founded Fundacion Solidaridad Latino Americana, the continental affiliate of Solidaridad Network, which he serves as Chief Executive Officer. Douglas led the 2012 Solidaridad delegation at the Rio+20 conference in Brazil, South America.


 

 

 

 

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