Greening International Trade serves as a non-technical entry point for actors keen to navigate the environment-trade policy conversation and drive forward green trade. It calls for a reframing of the environment and trade narrative and a forward-looking Environment and Trade 2.0 agenda.
Sustainable agriculture, natural resources and biodiversity loss
Fostering inclusive international cooperation and action on trade policies that promote more sustainable and resilient agricultural systems and supply chains, which guarantee availability and access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food, support the livelihood of rural communities, and promote the conservation, sustainable use and restoration of natural resources and biodiversity upon which it depends.
Posted on 07 June 2021