Through conferences, webinars, workshops, and panel discussions, IISD actively engages some of the world's leading thinkers on various topics of sustainable development.
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IISD at the WTO's Trade and Environment Week: A Stakeholder Perspective on Trade, Environment, and Sustainable Development
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is actively involved throughout the World Trade Organization's Trade and Environment Week, scheduled from November 16 to November 20, 2020.
London Climate Action Week | Avoiding a Zombie Recovery: Public money for clean energy, not for fossil fuels
This LCAW session focuses on the Energy Policy Tracker, current G20 recovery pledges, and opportunities to tip the balance toward a green recovery.
As part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Race to Zero Dialogues, this event will explore the challenges and opportunities for gender-responsive climate action with a focus on resilience and social protection.
Parliamentarians Action #4 |Engaging young women and men in rural and agriculture development and resilience building in the face of COVID-19 and beyond
The fourth virtual dialogue in the Parliamentarians’ Action for Gender Equality and Resilient Food Systems in Response to COVID-19 series was held on November 12, 2020, from 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. CEST
What role does energy price reform play in increasing ambition on climate change, as well as building back better from the pandemic?
IISD-UNIGE Webinar | Voluntary Sustainability Standards, Public Procurement, and Trade Policy: Trends, challenges, and development implications
This joint IISD-UNIGE webinar explored what the rapidly growing field of voluntary sustainability standards could mean for trade policy and public procurement, especially in developing and least developed countries.
Virtual Fireside Chat: How Two Continents Are Working Together to Improve The Health Of The African Great Lakes
Did you know that scientists across North America and Africa are putting their heads—and expertise—together on issues including algal blooms, climate change, invasive species, fragile fisheries, to name but a few, to improve the health of the African Great Lakes?
Gender Equality in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes: Assessing vulnerabilities and identifying adaptation options
This upcoming virtual learning session will provide guidance on how to make NAP processes gender responsive—with participants choosing which actions will be explored at key entry points in the NAP process!
IISD is organizing a series of three webinars on the Hydrogen Economy on October 26 (public event), October 27 (parallel workshops on key issues) and November 2 (high-level discussion of recommendations for how governments should best intervene and support the market).
Learn which innovative solutions to Lake Winnipeg's woes will take home the grand prize on October 20.