Goal 12 Responsible Consumption and ProductionDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 18
Sustainability standards in trade: How can developing countries benefit?
19 Dec 2023
Ensuring the benefits of voluntary sustainability standards reach developing economies is key to making trade a stronger tool for sustainable development.
Curbing the digital economy’s growing environmental footprint
7 Dec 2023
Digital technologies offer climate solutions but carry environmental costs. A more sustainable digital transition is key to securing a better future for the planet.
Consumer protection can help put development goals back on track, UNCTAD chief says
6 Dec 2023
By empowering and protecting consumers, countries can build a more sustainable and equitable world for present and future generations.
UNCTAD’s inclusive growth index underscores need to move beyond GDP
17 Nov 2023
The tool helps countries know who is benefiting from economic growth, whether it’s environmentally sustainable and other indicators of progress.
Unlocking the potential of Haiti’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors
31 May 2023
With support from UNCTAD and partners, the Caribbean nation has revved up efforts to leverage its rich aquatic resources to promote sustainable value chains and trade.
How markets and consumers can drive sustainability
16 May 2023
Experts spotlight key areas where competition and consumer protection policies can promote sustainable consumption and production.
Global forum spotlights actions to make trade more sustainable and inclusive
2 May 2023
The UN Trade Forum 2023 will highlight how developing countries can use trade to tackle global challenges including protecting the ocean, reducing digital and gender inequalities, and building more resilient economies.
How to make markets work for sustainable development
29 Sep 2022
Competition and consumer policies can help build more sustainable economies, experts say.
Vanuatu shows how to reduce emissions through trade facilitation
25 May 2022
By Shamika Sirimanne (UNCTAD) and Ratnakar Adhikari (EIF and WTO)