Government officials and experts from dozens of countries  explore the ways that international investment law and policy are best leveraged to support sustainable and inclusive growth.
A broad brush review of how G20 countries can begin to fill their infrastructure financing gap.
On November 24, we will explore the outcomes of the post 2015 UN development agenda, with an update on current status of the monitoring and indicator selection efforts in Canada.


As 'mega-consumers,' governments can leverage their purchasing power to protect human rights. 
The green finance movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and China has carved out a leading position.
While not a direct driver of the conflict in places like Syria, climate change threatens to exacerbate existing tensions and potentially trigger new conflicts.

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