There is a growing demand for the corporate and financial sectors to address their relationship with nature. Recent years have seen improved understanding of the economic value at risk from the loss of biodiversity and ecosystems services, which has led … Read More
What is the responsibility of supply chain actors in addressing production level impacts?
As attention grows on the negative impacts of unsustainable production (See Discussion Paper 1), responsibility is placed on all supply chains actors – producers, traders, retailers, … 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
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
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