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SAVE THE DATE: SheTrades Global, 17-19 October 2021

The three-day event will take place digitally as well as on site at the exhibition centre, including panels, networking and endorsing the next SheTrades strategy.

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📢Registration for the #T4SDForum 2022 is now open!

The 2022 edition of the T4SD Forum will delve into corporate sustainability governance and will take a critical look at how the evolving regulatory landscape will impact small-business owners, especially the upstream players in developing countries.

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Malmö’s Roadmap toward ethical and climate-smart public procurement of e-vehicle batteries

Malmö (Sweden), the 2021 EU City for Fair and Ethical Trade, has committed to be a net-zero carbon municipal organization by 2030. Re-thinking of transportation and related procurement policies plays one of the key roles in the process of climate transition led by municipalities.

Fourth International Executive Programme

Following yet another successful edition of the IEP in 2021, which brought together 86 professionals from around the world, we continue to offer an engaging programme for professionals across the food industry to tackle different aspects of sustainability

Swiss Public Procurement Tool to guide public procures in their purchasing choices

SECO and ITC organized a workshop consultation on 17 February 2022 about the future Swiss Public Procurement Tool, currently developed by T4SD and piloted for the textiles sector

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Increasing market access opportunities for cocoa smallholder producers

This month, the T4SD team participated, together with a group of experts, in a forum organized by the Export Production Route (Ruta Productiva Exportadora – RPE) and presented the programme’s online tools: Standards Map, Sustainability Map, and the LBCS project.

Soy schemes benchmarked for sourcing “conversion-free” soy

ITC has completed the process of benchmarking 20 soy schemes against the European Feed Manufacturers’ Federation Soy Sourcing Guidelines.