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
TRADE Hub researchers from the Stockholm Environment Institute published a response to the UK government’s public consultation on the implementation of due diligence legislation,
The legislation proposed by the UK government would introduce mandatory due diligence requirements for companies using … 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
This Thursday, on January 20 from 13:00 – 17:00 WIB (6 – 10am GMT), the TRADE Hub’s Indonesia team will be presenting their research on sustainable trade in palm oil, coffee and songbirds in Indonesia.
The webinar will relate back … Read More
A major goal of the TRADE Hub is to help countries manage, share, and apply their research, thus strengthening their impact capacity. A central tenant of the TRADE Hub capacity building programme is that it is co-designed and equitable. Therefore, … Read More
Image caption: High-level dialogue at COP26, co-hosted by the GCRF TRADE Hub, on how cooperation on trade can support climate action and sustainable development (held at the Blue Zone of COP26, Glasgow (UK) 2021). The dialogue featured imminent experts on … Read More
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