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DEVCO is supporting work at the intersection of environment, economy and business in its partner countries to avoid the polluting pathway of many industrialised countries and develop green businesses from the outset. It means working at many levels – training entrepreneurs, sharing best practices, effecting large-scale policy change and mobilizing investment.
Agricultural producers in the African Caribbean and Pacific region, with the help of a European Commission backed project, are learning how to meet stringent regulations and requirements and continue to sell their foodstuffs in European markets.
The amount of investment needed in oil and gas or mining is set to climb, and the proportion destined for lower-income countries could significantly increase with the potential of lifting over 540 million people out of poverty before 2030, according to leading research group, McKinsey Global Institute.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 7 October 2016
If women played the same role in the global economy as men, they could add $28 trillion to GDP by 2025 - increasing it by a quarter, according to McKinsey.
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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

02
Mar
From
2 March 2015 to 6 March 2015
in (Mauritius)
Organised byTBT Programme, ARSO

The 2nd meeting of the ARSO Technical Harmonization Committee on African
traditional medicine will take place in Mauritius from the 2nd until the 6th
of March 2015. 

The results of the deliberations, obtained during the 1st Tecnical
Harmonization Committee in Nairobi, are now being incorporated into the
Committee draft standards and will be presented for consideration as Final
Draft Standards at the second THC 13 meeting to be recommended for adoption
in accordance with the African Standards Harmonisation Model (ASHAM).

05
Dec
From5 December 2016
Organised byFAO-UN

The 5th of December is proposed as World Soil Day by International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and UN General Assembly.

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.

Ines Escudero Sanchez posted Information 2 February 2013

Do you want to export to the EU?

The Export Helpdesk informs you on how to do it!

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