Alongside the Thirteenth WTO Ministerial Conference (MC13) we will be running our Trade + Sustainability Hub, bringing together thought leaders from both within and outside governments for a series of conversations on the challenges of building cooperative trade policy that delivers for sustainable development.
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A premier event to discuss natural infrastructure on the Canadian prairies and shape the future of prairie water infrastructure by working with nature
An introductory workshop on international investment law for Algerian government officials.
This event will examine the importance of sub-national and local-level engagement in national adaptation policies and plans, discussing how capacities and networks can be enhanced to enable vertical integration in decision-making and ensure inclusive and gender-responsive adaptation action.
COP 28 Side Event | Advancing International Cooperation and Knowledge Exchange for Implementing Just Energy Transitions in Coal Regions
This COP 28 side event will discuss how partnerships foster collaboration and knowledge exchange across countries and how the new Just Energy Transition in Coal Regions Knowledge Hub can serve as a digital ‘one-stop shop’ on just energy transition.
Catch up on progress from the first week of COP 28 in Dubai and learn what to watch in the second week of the climate conference.
This COP 28 side event showcases progress to date on phasing out oil and gas production in Canada.
COP 28 Side Event | Sustainable and Climate-Friendly Reconstruction of Built Environment After Conflicts and Disasters
In this COP 28 side event, international and Ukrainian experts will discuss frameworks, technologies, policies, and practical steps toward a sustainable reconstruction of infrastructure and built environment after conflicts and disasters.
Highlighting efforts in public policy to strengthen nature-based solutions and opportunities in natural infrastructure.
Voluntary sustainability standards (VSSs) have emerged and proliferated over the last 3 decades to help address social and environmental challenges associated with how we produce and consume food and goods. Many VSS-setting organizations (VSSSOs) in the agricultural sector seek to improve the livelihoods of producers—by which we mean farmers, farm workers, and factory workers—as part of their mandate. But to what degree do VSSSOs include the people they intend to help in the decisions that affect their lives? Studies suggest not nearly enough.