Through conferences, webinars, workshops, and panel discussions, IISD actively engages some of the world's leading thinkers on various topics of sustainable development.
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This webinar presented takeaways from the "Guidebook for State Policy-Makers on Maximizing the Social and Environmental Benefits from Solar Pump Schemes" and engaged participants in strengthening solar irrigation in India.
This virtual event examines various concrete actions and future workstreams that could be taken at the World Trade Organization to support carbon neutrality and the transition to a circular economy.
The ECOWAS Energy Protocol: Training workshop for member states of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
This workshop focused on the ECOWAS Energy Protocol, its risks in relation to energy transition policies, and potential options for reform.
This webinar will explore how climate and development advocates can engage with National Oil Companies, featuring a presentation on the new NRGI and IISD brief.
Join IISD and Climate West on December 2, 2021, for a discussion about the future of farming in the Canadian Prairies.
This workshop, a side session to the GEC Global Meeting 2021, will engage participants with IISD’s five principles for a fossil-free recovery using examples and discussion to evaluate strategies in practice.
The main objective of this event is to discuss the unique challenges of assessing social impact & taxonomy in relation to sustainable investment.
This webinar event provided Manitoban municipalities with an overview of the funding sources available to advance the implementation of their planned green priorities. The webinar reviewed funding from Federal government departments, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and other sources. It also provided participants with key considerations when applying for available funding.
How can the finance and development community strengthen data design and collection to measure the social impact of investments?
This three-day event brought together over 50 partners, 150 speakers, and 1000 participants to examine policy issues related to trade and sustainable development.