2030 Agenda for Sustainable DevelopmentDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 37
UNCTAD to hold eWeek to shape digital future, calls for proposals
15 May 2023
The event will be held in Geneva from 4 to 8 December to explore the key trends, opportunities and challenges that will shape the future of the digital economy.
Using satellite technology to transform agriculture in developing countries
28 Apr 2023
An UNCTAD-backed programme helps countries in the global South harness science, technology and innovation to boost crop yields and farming resilience.
Why family farmers need greater access to technology
13 Apr 2023
UNCTAD supports efforts to expand family farmers’ access to innovative technologies to boost livelihoods and fight global hunger.
Seven questions to ask on technology and innovation for Sustainable Development Goals
3 Apr 2023
Written by Xiaolan Fu, Professor of Technology and International Development, University of Oxford
Promoting sustainable ports in Peru
22 Mar 2023
UNCTAD training inspires a nationwide project across key Peruvian ports, boosting progress towards sustainability, gender equality and economic development.
Improving energy access key to meeting development goals in Africa
21 Mar 2023
UNCTAD urges countries in sub-Saharan Africa to use their vast renewable energy reserves and pool resources through regional cooperation to forge a cleaner and greener future.
How to decarbonize cement and improve lives
17 Mar 2023
Written by Professor Karen Scrivener, Professor at Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Tajikistan: Unlocking investment for sustainable development
9 Mar 2023
New UNCTAD analysis explores ways to unleash the landlocked nation’s economic potential through a more conducive environment for investment and businesses.
Global debt and climate crises are intertwined: Here’s how to tackle both
1 Mar 2023
Climate change is compounding the debt crisis in developing countries. UNCTAD spells out the actions necessary to safeguard the world’s sustainable development ambitions.