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Growth in GDP in the Caribbean isn't capturing the full story of natural disasters, climate change, and social disruption—but action is already underway to move beyond GDP.
Two newcomers to climate negotiations reflect on their COP 28 experiences—surprises, insights, and what they'll look for at the next UNFCCC talks.
IISD takes a look at the Canada's Local Conference of Youth demands for policymakers after COP 28.
Canada's climate target for 2030 is within reach, but more stringent policies and clearer government communication will be needed to get there. Our expert explains why these developments are critical for Canada to help avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Canada has committed to ending subsidies and public financing for fossil fuels at home and abroad and has taken some important steps along the path. Our experts set out the journey so far, and how it can improve.
As 2023 draws to a close, we revisit our most downloaded IISD publications of the year.
Slated to be a game changer for food systems transformation, COP 28 ended with mixed results. Our expert unpacks the wins and disappointments for food systems and what’s needed next.
Q&A with Greg Muttitt, Senior Associate at the International Institute For Sustainable Development and a lead author of the United Nations Environment Programme’s Emissions Gap Report 2023.
COP28 could be a turning point for action on fossil fuel subsidies—if there is political will. How have fossil fuel subsidies featured in UNFCCC negotiations so far? And how can action on fossil fuel subsidies be taken at COP 28 and beyond?
As the final rounds of negotiations on the GGA kick off at COP 28, a looming question remains: Will it be comprehensive enough for countries to implement in the years ahead?