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    Tracking the SDGs in Canadian Cities: SDG 1

    Tracking the SDGs in Canadian Cities: SDG 1

    The first brief in this series provides an overview of SDG 1—ending poverty in all its forms everywhere—across cities in Canada. Read More
  • Blog
    Four Lessons on Communicating ASM from IIED’s Stories of Change Initiative

    Four Lessons on Communicating ASM from IIED’s Stories of Change Initiative

    In this guest column, IIED's Gabriela Flores presents four of the best lessons she has learned in communicating the complex topic of artisanal and small-scale mining. Read More
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    Disaggregated Data is Essential to Leave No One Behind

    Disaggregated Data is Essential to Leave No One Behind

    If we are to truly achieve the SDGs—and be sure to"leave no one behind"—we need the kind of complete picture that only disaggregated data can provide. Read More
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    Why Innovation Is Critical to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    Why Innovation Is Critical to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    The SDGs are interconnected and complex. We are working to tackle that problem head-on while developing innovative approaches to achieving them. Read More
  • Report
    Towards Sustainable Development in Manitoba: Recommendations for Manitoba's Watershed-Based Policy Framework

    Towards Sustainable Development in Manitoba: Recommendations for Manitoba's Watershed-Based Policy Framework

    IISD's recommendations to strengthen proposed programs under Manitoba's Watershed-Based Policy Framework aim for net gains through geographic targeting, an evaluation framework to assess cumulative impacts and value for money, as well as coordination of local level-actions through aligned metrics with other programs related to land and water management. Read More
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    Manitoba Prairie Lakes: Mass balance budget for nutrient management at Pelican Lake, Manitoba

    Manitoba Prairie Lakes: Mass balance budget for nutrient management at Pelican Lake, Manitoba

    This study documents the variance and relative importance of different nutrient sources and internal lake processes for a Prairie lake (Pelican Lake, Manitoba). Read More
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    Canada Must Do More to Adapt to Climate Change, Environment Commissioner Says

    Canada Must Do More to Adapt to Climate Change, Environment Commissioner Says

    Canada’s Commissioner for Environment and Sustainable Development, Julie Gelfand, just called on the federal government to do more to prepare Canadians for the impacts of climate change. We explore how that needs to happen. Read More
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    How Scientific Knowledge Can and Should Guide Policy-Making

    How Scientific Knowledge Can and Should Guide Policy-Making

    Now that it is welcoming its first federal chief science advisor, Pauline Gerrard explains how Canada can best support and nurture its scientific community. Read More
  • Blog
    Digging Out of Conflict: Can Artisanal Mining Support Peacebuilding?

    Digging Out of Conflict: Can Artisanal Mining Support Peacebuilding?

    We sit down with Alec Crawford to talk about the relationship between conflict and the artisanal mining sector, and to see if there are opportunities for it to operate alongside peacebuilding efforts. Read More
  • Blog
    Hunger Is On the Rise: Here are three ways to stop it

    Hunger Is On the Rise: Here are three ways to stop it

    Hunger levels are rising. Carin Smaller explores how technology could help tackle climate change and end hunger. Read More