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  • Policy Brief
    Effective Public Investments to Improve Food Security

    Effective Public Investments to Improve Food Security

    The world has made significant progress in reducing hunger over the past decade. But hunger remains a major challenge. This policy brief identifies the most effective and efficient ways to invest in improving food security. Read More
  • Blog
    What Are Algal Blooms and Why Do They Matter?

    What Are Algal Blooms and Why Do They Matter?

    Algal blooms on lakes are unsightly and can be toxic. Want to know what they are and how we can help combat them? Learn more. Read More
  • Report
    Investment Laws of ASEAN Countries: A comparative review

    Investment Laws of ASEAN Countries: A comparative review

    This report compares the investment laws of the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, focusing on basic questions relating to the function of investment laws in each country. Read More
  • Commentary
    The Coming EVolution of Road Transport

    The Coming EVolution of Road Transport

    The transition to electric vehicles will cripple long-entrenched markets and create new ones; it will challenge economic and social systems to adapt at uncomfortable speeds and will be accompanied by significant shifts in geopolitical power and relations. Read More
  • Blog
    To Phase Out Coal, World Leaders Should Learn from Tobacco Action

    To Phase Out Coal, World Leaders Should Learn from Tobacco Action

    A few countries are set to join the coal phase-out club at the One Planet Summit in Paris on Tuesday, but more levers will be needed to bring major coal users in line. Read More
  • Blog
    Message to Argentina: Inclusiveness makes better policy

    Message to Argentina: Inclusiveness makes better policy

    Argentina just revoked the credentials of more than 60 civil society participants for the WTO’s 11th Ministerial Conference. Aaron Cosbey explains why this is a bad idea. Read More
  • Blog
    Paris to Paris: Raising climate finance without raising global temperature

    Paris to Paris: Raising climate finance without raising global temperature

    What does climate (and broader sustainability) leadership mean today, as we close out a year of ever-increasing emissions and one of the top three hottest years on record?  Read More
  • Report
    Conflict-Sensitive Conservation in the Maiko–Tayna–Kahuzi–Biega Landscape: Conflict analysis

    Conflict-Sensitive Conservation in the Maiko–Tayna–Kahuzi–Biega Landscape: Conflict analysis

    This conflict analysis provides guidance for advancing conflict-sensitive conservation in the Maiko–Tayna–Kahuzi–Biega landscape. Read More
  • Report
    Contracts for Sustainable Infrastructure: Ensuring the economic, social and environmental co-benefits of infrastructure investment projects

    Contracts for Sustainable Infrastructure: Ensuring the economic, social and environmental co-benefits of infrastructure investment projects

    This report defines sustainable infrastructure, outlines its expected characteristics and co-benefits, and presents why governments must and how they can integrate sustainability into public–private partnerships (PPP) and other infrastructure contracts. Read More
  • Report
    The Potential for Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Sequestration in Agro-Manitoba

    The Potential for Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Sequestration in Agro-Manitoba

    IISD and the Prairie Climate Centre conducted a high-level quantitative analysis of the sequestration potential of land use practices in Agro-Manitoba that are additional to business as usual.  Read More