If you're over 30, you likely remember a time when there was a lot of hand-wringing and furrowed brows over the ozone hole and skin cancer, as well as the threat of acid rain destroying ecosystems.
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The International Institute for Sustainable Development is pleased to announce the formation of a new Executive Team, which will support the achievement of our five-year strategic plan, usher the institute through a period of exciting growth, and ensure an integrated approach to our work.
A new report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) highlights the continuing year-on-year rise in the adoption of voluntary sustainability standards (VSSs) among cotton growers.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development and its Board of Directors announce today that Richard Florizone, IISD’s President and CEO, will be leaving the organization in the second quarter of 2023 and taking up an advisory role with World Energy GH2, developing Canada’s first commercial green hydrogen production.
I am pretty accustomed to reading headlines detailing the latest health issues plaguing our freshwater fish. It comes with the territory as an ecotoxicologist working on the health of North America's relatively abundant, but certainly not infinite, freshwater supplies.
Toward Multipurpose Trade Policy? How competing narratives about globalization are reshaping international trade cooperation
Nicolas Lamp outlines the shift to multipurpose trade policy and discusses its challenges and implications for international trade cooperation.
Jennifer Freedman details what negotiating steps are left to finalize the long-delayed African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
John Ballingall describes the ambitious and progressive environmental conditions of the New Zealand-EU free trade agreement and what these mean for both parties going forward.
Tancrède Voituriez argues that hybrid trade and environmental agreements are more promising routes to address environmental targets and the governance of trade and the environment.
Marilia Maciel discusses the transformation of industrial policy as a result of the data economy and what its implications entail for developing countries.