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We explore what toll anti-depressants may take on the environment, and what we are doing to learn more.
This report provides a high-level analysis of the exposure that developing economies have to trade disruptions as a result of markets' reactions to COVID-19.
In the race against climate change, increasing ambition over time is key. But revised commitments from parties to the Paris Agreement lack two critical components of ambitious climate action.
This report highlights how proposed global tax reforms aimed at the digital sector may affect resource-rich developing nations.
This report highlights the IGF Secretariat's significant activities, deliverables, and achievements in 2020.
The appointment of the first woman as Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) sends a strong signal that equality between men and women can be achieved.
Policy recommendations for governments to ensure mining frameworks promote gender equality and support the social and economic advancement of women.
Annotated bibliography showcasing articles, reports, guidelines, and policy documents that explore the role of gender in large-scale mining governance.
Environment and health ministries need to form joint agendas and link policy and programming to facilitate a green recovery from COVID-19.
The business case for investing in gender equality is clear. The gender bond market is still nascent, but offers public and private investors the opportunity to improve the lives of women while earning financial returns. This article assesses the current gender bond landscape and discusses how to expand the market and its impact going forward.