Though trade in natural and agricultural goods is a major driver of economic growth, it is also responsible for damage to ecosystems and enhanced inequality across the globe.

Sustainable trade must focus on meeting the physical and social needs of all peoples, while respecting planetary boundaries.

So, how does the trade of wildlife and food items, such as soy, impact the livelihoods of people across commodity supply chains? What risk does their trade pose to the environment and how do we find opportunities for trade to support the environment? We try to provide answers to these questions.

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