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Committee on Sustainability Assessment

Jobs posted: 1






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Philadelphia, PA USA

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The Committee on Sustainability Assessment, COSA, is a neutral, independent nonprofit dedicated to working with governments, global brands, and NGOs and farmer groups to foster pragmatic systems that accelerate sustainable agriculture and rural development.  

COSA’s mission is to accelerate sustainability by advancing smart performance metrics and innovative technologies, enabling users to take better decisions that make a tangible difference for people and planet. Our clients are corporations including Fortune 500 brands and retailers, and public sector institutions including governmental bodies and global NGOs. Our tools and services help our clients understand vital issues in their supply chains or sustainability projects (e.g., child labor and deforestation), especially in the poorest countries where our work is focused. Using better metrics, they can understand where efforts to improve conditions (such as food security or climate adaptation) are having the desired impact. Due to the large reach of our clients’ supply chains and scale of investments, the knowledge generated by COSA for its clients has outsized impacts on sustainability and poverty.

HQ
Philadelphia, PA USA

Website

Committee on Sustainability Assessment


Jobs posted: 1


The Committee on Sustainability Assessment, COSA, is a neutral, independent nonprofit dedicated to working with governments, global brands, and NGOs and farmer groups to foster pragmatic systems that accelerate sustainable agriculture and rural development.  

COSA’s mission is to accelerate sustainability by advancing smart performance metrics and innovative technologies, enabling users to take better decisions that make a tangible difference for people and planet. Our clients are corporations including Fortune 500 brands and retailers, and public sector institutions including governmental bodies and global NGOs. Our tools and services help our clients understand vital issues in their supply chains or sustainability projects (e.g., child labor and deforestation), especially in the poorest countries where our work is focused. Using better metrics, they can understand where efforts to improve conditions (such as food security or climate adaptation) are having the desired impact. Due to the large reach of our clients’ supply chains and scale of investments, the knowledge generated by COSA for its clients has outsized impacts on sustainability and poverty.