The Green Fiscal Policy Network organizes regional workshops and other events on topics related to the role of fiscal policies in the transition to an inclusive green economy. Information on upcoming, recent and past events organised by the Network, our partners and other organisations can be found below.
This side-event at The Ocean Conference is organised by the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the UN together with Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN (TBC); OECD; University of British Columbia; International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). For further information, visit the website of The Ocean Conference.Find out more »
This side-event at The Oceans Conference is organised by the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) together with the Permanent Mission of Fiji to the United Nations and the Permanent Mission of New Zealand to the United Nations. For further information, visit the website of The Oceans Conference.Find out more »
Fisheries subsidies are estimated to amount to $35 billion, of which a large proportion directly or indirectly contributes to over-fishing. These subsidies have perverse impacts on the environment, food security, poverty elimination, livelihoods, employment and the economy. This side event organised by UNCTAD, FAO and UN Environment at the The Ocean Conference will discuss pathways to achieve a global agreement that ends such subsidies to level the playing field, protect oceans and their valued resources. For further information visit website…Find out more »
This side-event at the Oceans Conference is organised by the Ministry for Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia. For further information, visit the website of The Oceans Conference.Find out more »
This annual Executive Training is organised by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI). The program focuses on responsible investment in the agriculture sector, exploring some of the challenges and opportunities including developing robust legal and fiscal frameworks; negotiating equitable deals with investors; leveraging investments for greater sustainable development outcomes; and mitigating environmental impacts while protecting human rights. For further details about the programme, visit the CCSI website.Find out more »