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With the launch of the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance during COP 26 in November, where India positions itself could have far-reaching implications.
Dumping waste not only threatens the ocean we know, but also the 80% of the ocean that has yet to be explored.
This brief reviews how the Government of Indonesia (GoI) can finance its COVID-19 recovery budget at the same time as the energy transition by raising funds from fossil fuel taxation and subsidy reform. It also provides recommendations on future expenditures.
Seeking Common Ground for Climate, Biodiversity, and People: How to get the debate on nature-based solutions right
To protect ecosystems and people, we must learn from past mistakes and work together on inclusive and robust nature-based solutions.
This report explores how sustainability standards can help reduce poverty and recommendations for policy makers, buyers, and VSS bodies.
An interview with Esmé Shirlow on her forthcoming IISD paper comparing approaches used by international investment tribunals to determine compensation awards.
Following the WTO’s postponement of its 12th Ministerial Conference, IISD's Sofia Baliño reflects on this unprecedented situation and its implications.
This practice note is a tool to help resource-rich governments protect their tax base from risks associated with tax treaties.
This fourth edition of the IISD Trade and Sustainability Review covers a range of timely policy issues related to trade and sustainable development in the lead-up to the WTO's 12th Ministerial Conference.
IISD’s Facundo Calvo discusses some of the likely outcomes of negotiations on seven key agriculture topics at the WTO’s 12th Ministerial Conference.