The Global Map of Environmental & Social Risk in Agro-commodity Production (GMAP) enables users to conduct rapid environmental and social due diligence associated with trade and short-term finance, and to make responsible and strategic sourcing, financing, and risk management decisions.
Use the tool to access detailed risk analysis reports and risk management guidance.
The GMAP is a database – displayed as a world map – which collects publicly available data on environmental and social risks associated with over 250 country-commodity combinations across the globe.
Using a unique methodology aligned to IFC’s Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability, the GMAP facilitates rapid financing and sourcing decisions by assigning a color-coded risk score to country-commodity combinations. In the case of direct investments (project or corporate finance) or other non-trade/short-term finance investments through financial intermediaries, the GMAP can provide an early assessment of environmental and social risks related to agro-commodity production.
The GMAP also provides detailed risk analysis reports and risk management support and guidance for each country-commodity combination. For more information and to request access, please visit ifc.org/gmap.
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