Two pilot projects by the LAUNCH Legends initiative, part of the LAUNCH Food platform, have been active in the Pacific island countries of Tonga and Fiji
This is a call for signatories for the Global Climate Action Summit from September 12-14, 2018, building on the Entrepreneurs Call to Action Statement presented at COP21 in Paris in 2015.
The WOC is honored to announce its most recent new members – Tian Sian Shipping Ltd of Singapore, a pioneer in ocean clean up, and the James Michel Foundation, established by the Former President of the Seychelles.
Representatives from governments, private sector, academia, civil society and the United Nations met at the 2018 SIDS Global Business Network Forum held in Mauritius
UN-OHRLLS together with the Government of Mauritius are convening the SIDS Global Business Network (SIDS-GBN) Forum from 21-22 May 2018, in Balaclava, Mauritius.
The CFC is currently running its 12th open call for proposals and the deadline of 31 March 2018 is fast approaching.
Currently crowdfunding through Symbid, Bluerise reached 100% of its goal within the first two days of the company’s public launch.
Business Leaders and Ocean Stakeholders Outline Conservation Initiatives and the Future for Private Sector Involvement in Saving the Oceans
Renewed focus this month in the importance of private sector integration with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Submissions for projects in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable transport in participating countries are due on June 1st, 2017.
The Small Island Developing States Global Business Network (SIDS-GBN) is an online platform and resource hub to share best practices and lessons learned in support of private sector partnerships for small island developing States (SIDS). The network forges collaboration among SIDS regional private sector organisations and works towards strengthening inter-regional business alliances, encouraging international businesses to focus on SIDS as potential market opportunities and vice versa.
The SIDS-GBN also fosters greater awareness of the importance of sustainable development as a guide to promoting dynamic business sectors in line with the SAMOA Pathway and the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development Goals.
How the Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Label is inspiring more sustainable ways of doing business
Providing technology solutions to development challenges faced by island nations