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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Taking place from December 1-3, our inaugural Trade and Sustainability Hub will examine policy issues at the heart of the trade and sustainable development nexus.
This series of two webinars explores WTO negotiations on fisheries subsidies and the Chair's draft consolidated text.
This dialogue aims to foster an informal discussion on Border Carbon Adjustment (BCA) policy design between trade and environment/climate change officials from countries likely to be directly affected by BCAs.
This dialogue aimed to foster an informal discussion on BCA design between trade and environment/climate change policy officials from governments that have announced their intention to adopt or consider BCA measures, along with those that have announced ambitious climate targets, but have not yet finalized plans for how they will deal with their energy-intensive trade-exposed industries.
This session at the WTO Public Forum will look at how a successful WTO agreement on curbing harmful fisheries subsidies could pave the way for a stronger multilateral trade and environment agenda.
This session at the WTO Public Forum will bring together leading policy experts to look at border carbon adjustments (BCAs), otherwise known as carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs).
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will be continuing its tradition of participating in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO's) largest outreach event, the Public Forum, in September 2021.
This webinar presented research on the consumption trends of certified and sustainable products in Asia and discussed successes, challenges, and potential ways to increase sustainable consumption in Asia.
Fisheries Subsidies Refresher Sessions | Understanding the Chair’s Text: Balances of obligations and exceptions
This session covered key elements and outstanding questions in the Chair’s latest draft text for a WTO fisheries subsidies agreement.
The second of two sessions, this event will look at the impact of climate change mitigation and adaptation policies on developing country exports of goods and services.