The GAA is different to other sustainability initiatives because it is an international, CEO-led, private sector alliance committed to harnessing the collective strengths of its members to tackle environmental, social, and other sustainability challenges facing this sector. In turn this will improve the resilience of farmers across the world.
The GAA operates alongside and is fully complementary to individual company CSR efforts which have their own specific focus, as well as other industry efforts.
Membership is voluntary and open to any company from the private sector in the agri-business space that agrees to the GAA Commitment.
Please complete this form to express your interest.
As participants in the GAA, the companies involved are mindful of antitrust laws and will operate within clear parameters. There shall be no discussions of competitively sensitive information, and GAA participants commit not to enter into any agreements, whether formal, informal or tacit, or concerted actions, or otherwise engage in conduct that may restrain competition. This prohibition includes the exchange of competitively sensitive information, including but not limited to prices, rates, coverage, market practices, claims settlement practices, customers or any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Each participant is obligated to prevent any discussion from falling outside these bounds.