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Caroline Garcia posted Information 11 December 2014

The FAO[1] defines Ecolabelling as a market-based tool to promote the sustainable use of natural resources. Ecolabels are seals of approval given to products that are deemed to have fewer impacts on the environment than functionally or competitively similar products.

Pierre Berman posted Information 29 May 2018

Dear members of the IESF group, 

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Jun
From22 June 2018
Organised byResearch Network Support Facility Team

 

04
Oct
From4 October 2018
Organised byRNSF project

#InformalTalks Webinar Social Protection Informal Economy

Fannie Delavelle posted Information 13 January 2015

This free online course by the University of Geneva provides an overview of climate change adaptation for the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) with a focus on the environmental perspective.

Sarah Cummings posted Information 26 February 2016

Launched on 12 February and open until 29 March 2016, the EU has developed two calls for proposals with a combined value of €57 million with the objective of developing inclusive and sustainable agriculture-based value chains (Lot 1) and fortified foods (Lot 2) that improve food security fo

With countries like Myanmar approaching critical points of no return in their economic and social development, financing and support mechanisms must promote sustainable and socially-responsible growth. “We are open for business – but not at all costs,” said Aung Tun Thet, the Economic Advisor to the President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, “We will dictate the kind of investment we want.”
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Apr
From24 April 2018
in Genève (Switzerland)
Organised byUN/CEFACT - UNECE

On 24th April, it is going to be five years since the Rana Plaza’s tragic collapse of a gar

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31 August 2017 to 2 September 2017
in Johannesburg (South Africa)
Organised byEWET - Education With Enterprise Trust

"One of the most effective ways to reduce poverty is to encourage
entrepreneurship." (World Bank Report) SIMAMA RANTA loosely translates into
Strengthening the South African economy through youth entrepreneurship. The
approach of the event is to focus South African secondary school's efforts on
the delivery of in-school entrepreneurship education based upon 11 principles
of good practice, throughout the year. The purpose of the exercise is to
enable learners to become job creators rather than job seekers through
entrepreneurship. Three schools from each of 9 provinces are being selected
as models of good practice together with a national winner. Simama Ranta
started in 2010 and is now in its 8th year.

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