Research Poster based on work presented in IGES Policy Brief No.28
Promotional Poster - highlighting the work of IGES Education team during the UN Decade on Education for Sustainable Development
Biodiversity is largely regarded as an economic externality, and development activities consider it only marginally. However, by providing a renewable natural capital, biodiversity forms the basis of social development. As a step towards realizing sustainable development which harmonizes human activities and ecosystem services (ES), we are...
Japan’s public procurement policy of legal and sustainable timber: Evaluation and ways forward