06-15 October 2014, Turin, Italy
Devpolicy Blog from the Development Policy Centre, 21 Oct 2014 - In what is becoming an all too regular scene, the recent UN Climate Summit saw impassioned pleas by the leaders of developing countries calling for stronger climate action.
Eco-Business, 17 Oct 2014 - Singapore-listed companies will have to publish sustainability reports in the near future, announced SGX CEO Magnus Bocker, as the exchange embarks on a one-year exercise to study which guidelines to adopt.
The purpose of this report is to examine working conditions in the forestry sector in China and propose recommendations for actions to be taken by tripartite constituents in achieving decent work standards for a sustainable forestry industry. It serves as a background paper for the forthcoming workshop on decent work in China’s forestry industry in Beijing, China.
In a continent that is starved for energy and infrastructure, it is an enigma that India’s markets for energy efficiency have yet to take off. The authors of the report spent several months researching and debating this issue with stakeholders in India and around the world.
Willing to get in touch with our team? Today, email us to question Ms Lurraine Baybay Villacorta on her work as Environment and Decent Work Specialist with the ILO in Asia and the Pacific.
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