Publications & Insight
FLEGT VPA paved the way for the US-Vietnam Timber Agreement
A US-Vietnam agreement underscores FLEGT’s broad impact
Fears the EU-Indonesia trade agreement won’t learn from mistakes of the past
There are parallels with the problematic Mercosur-EU trade agreement as Indonesian NGOs reveal the lack of an impact assessment and concerns about human rights impacts.
Making TSD chapters more effective
Joint contribution to the EU’s Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) Review
So far, EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement delivers only for trade
Civil society’s fears that human rights and the environment would lose out now appear well founded.
Bolsonaro under scrutiny in The Hague for crimes against humanity, genocide and possibly ecocide
Jair Bolsonaro is finally facing global opposition to the destruction he has wrought, so why is the EU still considering signing the Mercosur trade deal?
Mercosur throws a spanner in the EU trade works
Trade ministers cannot see eye to eye when the EU-Mercosur agreement is in the picture
EU Trade Policy Day: people want a trade policy that tackles climate change
With significant adjustments, EU trade deals now being negotiated could help tackle climate change.
Could the palm oil arrangement between Indonesia and Switzerland offer lessons for EU and Indonesia free trade agreement negotiations?
The agreement innovates by linking tariff reductions to sustainability – but fails to integrate governance reform.
EU Watchdog points to Commission “maladministration” in Mercosur sustainability debacle
What is the point of an impact study carried out after the fact?
Response to the Forest Strategy consultation - A world of strong and healthy forests
Ursula von der Leyen is the first European Union (EU) Commission President to publicly recognise how important forests are to life on our planet. But with the climate crisis and biodiversity collapse looming, time is short to turn...