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This policy brief describes the state of play in agriculture negotiations at the World Trade Organization, including the positions of key members and negotiating coalitions, and looks at possible options for supporting progress on Sustainable Development Goal 2.
As countries across the globe develop recovery packages to cope with the socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we're seeing a unique opportunity to steer public finance away from fossil fuels and toward the clean energy transition.
The annual Production Gap Report highlights the concerning gap between Paris goals and countries' plans for fossil fuel production.
The world has enough money to fund sustainable development, yet there is a financing gap and a persistent digital divide to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
This report offers a template for Canadian champions and funders of natural infrastructure projects to make a business case for specific projects.
This practical handbook provides a comprehensive and systematic overview of the role that parliamentarians can play in the creation of reliable, coherent, and transparent "enabling environments" in several areas related to investment in agriculture and food systems.
Fit for Purpose? Toward trade rules that support fossil fuel subsidy reform and the clean energy transition
How can the World Trade Organization (WTO) better support fossil fuel subsidy reform?
The honour is in recognition of his decades-long commitment to—and influence in—promoting environmentally sustainable development around the world.
This brief explores how technical assistance and capacity building can support developing countries in implementing new WTO rules on fisheries subsidies.
A report on survey responses from IGF members about COVID-19 impacts on the ASM sector.