Current rates of global biodiversity loss are unprecedented and pose a serious threat to the achievement of the Agenda 2030. Green fiscal policies – reform of harmful incentives and biodiversity-relevant taxes, fees and charges – can address many of the market failures which drive such biodiversity loss by reducing and reforming subsidies and incentives.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called Thursday on governments not to “throw away” economic stimulus funds by supporting fossil fuel industries that contribute to global warming.
India has sought a clear dispute settlement mechanism in the global agreement to end harmful fisheries subsidies for which talks are going on. Since the
There are some signs that talks at the World Trade Organization on ending harmful fishery subsidies may restart next month after being suspended due to
“A recovery from the coronavirus crisis must not take us just back to where we were last summer. It is an opportunity to build more
COVID-19 is a chance to end harmful fishing subsidies. Here’s why we must take it (World Economic Forum)
The COVID-19 recovery is a chance to foster a truly sustainable ocean economy. To that end, the world must work together to end harmful subisidies
The ‘Open-ended Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework’ came out with a zero draft that will be used as the basis for discussions
10 October 2019: The Latin American nation has undertaken serious measures to rebuild its natural environment over the last three decades. Paid for in part