Ieva Baršauskaitė and Alice Tipping discuss how the WTO needs to be reformed to address members’ priorities and forge international cooperation on important issues.
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Tristan Irschlinger and Alice Tipping discuss the progress made to secure a deal on fisheries subsidies and what questions remain as WTO members seek final consensus.
IISD’s Alice Tipping and Tristan Irschlinger discuss latest developments in fisheries subsidies negotiations and what’s key for sustainable development.
On May 11, 2021 the Chair of the WTO negotiations on fisheries subsidies released a new draft text for the agreement. This commentary explains how the text attempts to strike a balance on key questions in the design of new rules for support to fishing around the world.
WTO members are negotiating an agreement to end harmful fisheries subsidies. We have 25 reasons why they must reel in a deal this year, for people and planet.
As part of its work to support a meaningful WTO agreement to discipline harmful fisheries subsidies, the IISD has produced a series of six videos to summarize the key issues to be resolved across the WTO fisheries subsidies negotiations.
We must aim to support businesses, incomes, and food security while creating a more sustainable future for fisheries.