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    The Sustainable Agriculture Transition: Technology options for low- and middle-income countries

    The Sustainable Agriculture Transition: Technology options for low- and middle-income countries

    This report reviews how technology is transforming food systems and how policy-makers and investors can best harness the use of modern technologies to bring transformative change. Read More
  • Blog
    Green Recovery Know-How From the Nordics

    Green Recovery Know-How From the Nordics

    Nordic countries are well recognized for combining healthy economic growth with strong social and environmental policies. What's their secret to a green recovery? Read More
  • Policy Brief
    COVID-19 and Food Export Restrictions: Comparing today’s situation to the 2007/08 price spikes

    COVID-19 and Food Export Restrictions: Comparing today’s situation to the 2007/08 price spikes

    This policy brief draws on the International Food Policy Research Institute’s (IFPRI’s) COVID-19 Food Trade Policy Tracker to compare how governments have reacted to the current crisis with how they did during the 2007/08 food price spike. Read More
  • Policy Brief
    Could Food Export Restrictions Worsen a Looming Food Crisis?

    Could Food Export Restrictions Worsen a Looming Food Crisis?

    This policy brief draws on analysis in the International Food Policy Research Institute’s (IFPRI’s) COVID-19 Food Trade Policy Tracker to examine how food-importing countries could be affected by recent measures to restrict exports. Read More
  • Blog
    World Leaders Must Play Their Part in Rethinking Trade so It Can Help Us “Build Back Better”

    World Leaders Must Play Their Part in Rethinking Trade so It Can Help Us “Build Back Better”

    While the question of who will lead the WTO is important, political leaders must also renew their commitment to working together if trade is to contribute to a more equitable, sustainable, and resilient world. Read More
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    Solving Our Food Crisis Requires a Fundamental Transformation of the System

    Solving Our Food Crisis Requires a Fundamental Transformation of the System

    Global food supply is at an all-time high, yet so is hunger and malnutrition. The right policy changes can account for such complexity and set us on a sustainable path, but we must act now. Read More
  • Commentary
    How Can India’s Energy Sector Recover Sustainably from COVID-19?

    How Can India’s Energy Sector Recover Sustainably from COVID-19?

    From IISD and CEEW, part 1 of a three-part commentary series that takes a deep dive into how India’s energy sector is coping with the impacts of COVID-19 and what this means for the sustainable energy transition.  Read More
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    Sustainability-linked Bonds: A new way to finance COVID-19 stimulus

    Sustainability-linked Bonds: A new way to finance COVID-19 stimulus

    Sustainability-linked bonds can play a vital role for investors seeking to allocate capital toward COVID-19-related relief or recovery measures. Read More
  • Policy Brief
    WTO Negotiations on Fisheries Subsidies: What's the state of play?

    WTO Negotiations on Fisheries Subsidies: What's the state of play?

    With only a few months left to conclude WTO talks on fisheries subsidies, this update provides an overview of the draft consolidated text circulated by the Chair of negotiations on June 25, 2020. It highlights the key decisions WTO Members will need to make to reach an agreement. Read More
  • Report
    Tomorrow Needs Us Today: IISD’s 2020-2025 Strategic Direction

    Tomorrow Needs Us Today: IISD’s 2020-2025 Strategic Direction

    We are guided by five core priorities—Climate, Resources, Economies, Act Together and Engage—which form our CREATE strategy, presented in this document. Read More