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Warning lights are flashing for the ocean now - let’s chart a new course
22 Sep 2020
Written by Dona Bertarelli, UNCTAD Special Adviser for the Blue Economy
UNCTAD brings new technology to wildlife trade management
30 Aug 2019
New electronic solution will enable countries to better control legal trade of endangered species and help prevent illegal trade.
New Blue BioTrade initiative announced at the UN Ocean Conference
12 Jun 2017
A new Blue BioTrade initiative was announced at an event held on the sidelines of the UN Oceans Conference as a pathway to more sustainable and healthy oceans.
Stakeholders identify tools and recommendations for sustainability practices at the III BioTrade Congress in Pyeongchang, Korea
16 Oct 2014
Participants at the III BioTrade Congress recognised the value of partnerships and cooperation by all stakeholders involved in the sustainable use and sourcing of biodiversity-based products and services.
Third BioTrade Congress to highlight “Promoting Sustainable Use through Business Engagement”
8 Oct 2014
The Third BioTrade Congress, jointly organized by UNCTAD and the Convention on Biological Diversity, will take place on the occasion of the Twelfth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP12), at the Alpensia Convention Center in Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea on 6-17 October 2014.
UNCTAD and CITES hold meeting on traceability system for international trade in python skins from South-East Asia
31 Oct 2013
The Secretary-General of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), Mr. John Scanlon, and high-level officials of UNCTAD, have met with key players to discuss a traceability system that will ensure a sustainable and legal supply of South-East Asian python skins, pursuant to decisions taken by the Parties to CITES.
Greater attention needed to farming sector, experts tell commodities meeting
20 Mar 2013
High prices for basic farm goods and industrial raw materials, with the complex effects that these cause on the economies of numerous poor countries, are not expected to decline any time soon, the Global Commodities Forum has been told.