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In the eleventh part of our event series, "From the Code to the Agricultural Supply Chain: Putting Due Diligence into Practice" INA takes a look at a risk analysis for the palm oil sector.
On 26 September, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is hosting an international event to discuss the European draft legislation from a development policy perspective.
The tenth edition of our event series focuses on complaints mechanisms as part of successful risk management in global agricultural supply chains.
Together with amfori, GIZ is organizing a business-to-business conference for Uzbek and European textile companies in Brussels on the 1st of September.
The ninth edition of our event series focuses on interoperability of digital traceability systems in global agricultural supply chains.
On the way to living income and living wage - how can governments and private sector work together?
The brochure of the Global Nature Fund in collaboration with GIZ addresses actors of the food industry and shows concrete ways to a more biodiversity-friendly agriculture.
A study by the Federal Environment Agency investigates which economic incentives can be created to promote sustainable and environmentally friendly consumption.
SÜDWIND and CLRA conducted a follow-up survey of field workers in the cotton sector in India in the 2021/22 season.
On 28 July, the UN General Assembly recognised the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a human right in its own right.
State Secretary Jochen Flasbarth talks to Dagmar Pruin about the global food crisis in ARD's Tagesschau Social Live format.
Your opinion counts: The OECD and FAO are currently developing a handbook on deforestation. A public consultation is currently underway, in which interested parties can participate until 29 July 2022.