Banking on protected areas to promote a green recovery
New study finds that conservation and tourism can go hand in hand, offering recommendations how to make it so
Ending subsidies that harm nature could create millions of green jobs, WWF says
Moving government support for environmentally damaging industries into green sectors like recycling and sustainable forest management could boost employment, report finds.
Regenerative farming shift could reduce UK climate emissions, say experts
Under new subsidy plans announced by his department, farmers will be offered up to £70 per hectare to take up regenerative techniques, including mixed farming systems where crops are cultivated alongside livestock to help boost soil health.
Adaptation Gap Report 2020
The UNEP Adaptation Gap Report 2020 finds that while nations have advanced in planning, huge gaps remain in finance for developing countries and bringing adaptation projects to the stage where
Agriculture Subsidies for Better Outcomes: Options For Zimbabwe (World Bank)
Zimbabwe has a long history of providing subsidies to farmers. The policies that have defined these subsidies have changed over time and led periodically to significant and unsustainable pressure on
Government policies providing more than USD 500 billion to farmers every year distort markets, stifle innovation and harm the environment (OECD)
The latest edition of the OECD’s annual Agricultural Policy Monitoring and Evaluation report shows that the support policies implemented by the 54 countries studied – all OECD and EU countries,
Reflections on the WTO Negotiations on Prohibiting IUU Fishing Subsidies (GSI)
This policy brief explores some of the legal questions that have emerged in the negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) about a new rule that would prohibit subsidies from