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Seizing the opportunity of the climate action momentum
9 Dec 2019
UNCTAD supports efforts to promote sustainability, adapt and build resilience against the climate emergency.
How to launch Ethiopia's tech and innovation lift-off
22 Nov 2019
UNCTAD review shows how improved use of science, technology and innovation policies can build innovation capacity, upgrade technologies and accelerate Ethiopia's development process.
5 ways you can use your buying power to protect our biodiversity
3 Oct 2019
Biodiversity is our world. It's all around us. It's the air we breathe and the food we eat. A rich biodiversity helps the fight against the climate crisis.
Forget securitization, backing public banks is best for sustainable development
25 Sep 2019
UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 maintains that it is public banking that does the heavy lifting and hence public banking should be better supported for the future.
Barbados leader urges moral leadership to tackle climate crisis
11 Sep 2019
The world is doing far too little for small island states on the frontlines of the climate emergency. Now is the time to turn the corner.
New policy review framework balances development objectives
17 May 2019
UNCTAD updates its methodology for assessing science, technology and innovation policies to better balance economic, social and environmental factors.
Why the transport sector needs to adapt to climate change
10 May 2019
Following an UNCTAD expert meeting on adapting to climate change in the transport sector, held on 16 and 17 April in Geneva, Switzerland, John Dora, member of the International Organization for Standardization's climate change strategy task force, shares his perspectives on the issue.
Inequalities and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
1 May 2019
Written bySusan E. Cozzens, Georgia Institute of Technology
Genetics and AI experts to speak at science, tech and innovation meeting
4 Mar 2019
The impact of rapid technological change on sustainable development, and the role of citizen science, form focus of May session.