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
The positive social impacts of sustainable trade: committing to wellbeing outcomes through and beyond market-based instruments.
The development of global agricultural value chains has been widely promoted as an economic development strategy in recent years. However useful for GDP growth, … Read More
Global economies increasingly depend upon international trade to deliver their goods and services, with the most recent trade data from the World Bank illustrating that the value of imports can equate to as much as 175% of some regions’ Gross … Read More
Whether trade is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ for our societies and the environment has been a topic of ongoing debate. This brief is a simple overview of some of the costs and benefits associated with trade, and why it is an … 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
by Sicily Fiennes
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