Aimee Seager, former Associate Programme Officer at UNEP-WCMC explores TRADE Hub research that was influential in framing the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF).
Reversing the current trends of biodiversity loss is paramount for meeting the goals of the recently agreed … Read More
On International Indigenous People’s Day, we are reminded of the vital connection between international trade and Indigenous Peoples. For centuries, Indigenous Peoples have been deeply connected to their ancestral lands, which are home to natural resources valuable to
Researchers from the TRADE Hub have spent over two years exploring the various policies and instruments that have potential to increase the level of sustainability of the soybean supply chain in Brazil: home to the world’s greatest production and export … Read More
The TRADE Hub hosted a two-day meeting, on 20th and 21st April, to discuss sustainability in commodity supply chains. With idea exchange and collaboration between a broad range of relevant stakeholders, from researchers to representatives of private sector … Read More
A woman holding coffee beans in her palms. We have teams working on coffee in Tanzania and Indonesia.
Gender inequality is unsustainable. Women make up a greater number of people living in poverty, with those in poverty disproportionately and negatively … Read More