The UK government’s Global Challenges Research Fund organized and supported a session at the (virtual) Geneva Trade Week 2020, a spin-off of the habitual World Trade Organization (WTO) Public Forum, organized by the newly founded Geneva Trade Platform. The session … Read More
TRADE Hub researchers Lacour Mody Ayompe (University of California, Irvine), Marije Schaafsma (University of Southampton) and Benis Egoh (University of California, Irvine) recently published a paper entitled ‘Towards sustainable palm oil production: the positive and negative impacts on ecosystem services … Read More
UNEP-WCMC is leading the process to map and visualise research taking place across 5 country teams and 9 work packages within the GCRF TRADE Hub, using Impact Pathways. We are critically considering the proposed outputs across … Read More
Two TRADE Hub kick-off events were organized by the Indonesia country team. The national level project kick-off workshop was held in Jakarta on 4 March 2020, and a sub-national level workshop was held in Manokwari (West Papua Province) on … Read More
In May 2020, TRADE Hub’s Indonesia team launched its website www.cifor.org/tradehub, highlighting the work being carried out by the TRADE Hub on Indonesian palm oil, coffee, and wildlime supply chains. The delivery partners for TRADE Hub Indonesia include CIFOR, … Read More
The Trade Hub is investigating how coffee production and trade impacts people and the environment, and how it can be made more sustainable. On International Coffee Day, we celebrate one of the world’s most popular beverages, but more importantly, … Read More
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