This post introduces and summarizes research published in the journal Conservation Biology. Click here for the full publication.
1. Introduction and Context
Sustainable, well-regulated wildlife trade helps support biodiversity, provides livelihoods around the world and is crucial … Read More
17 March 2021
A webinar was held to promote TRADE Hub’s research on mechanisms to help end deforestation in agricultural supply chains and foster further collaboration between the Hub and the private sector. This included participants from a range of … Read More
New working paper through a GCRF TRADE Hub collaboration
Businesses with agricultural supply chains depend on and impact biodiversity, both directly through their activities and indirectly through their supply chains and there is growing momentum to better assess and manage … Read More
By Marcello De Maria* & Amayaa Wijesinghe§
* School of Agriculture, Policy and Development – University of Reading
This post is based on a scoping study of the global soybean trade conducted by the GCRF TRADE … Read More
Why the WTO Environment Week is a big deal for global environmental governance (and the future of trade itself)
Post by Elena Antoni – Project Manager and Co-Investigator of Policy Impacts and Solutions at the UKRI GCRF TRADE Hub
The … 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
For the first time, the high inequality in the distribution of agricultural land ownership in Brazil has been analysed using geospatial information about rural property ownership.
The 10th Issue of Sustainability in Debate, a publication by TRADE Hub partner … Read More