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Seeking Common Ground for Climate, Biodiversity, and People: How to get the debate on nature-based solutions right
To protect ecosystems and people, we must learn from past mistakes and work together on inclusive and robust nature-based solutions.
Promising initiatives are underway throughout Asia trying to change consumer behavior for the better. Where do we go from here?
As extreme weather events become more common, young people throughout Canada are looking at how they can influence climate policy and inspire change.
To improve lives and livelihoods, we must recognize the value of nature and the infrastructure it provides when making investment decisions.
With the Glasgow climate talks now on the horizon, we need to consider the lessons learned from public and private climate finance so we don't repeat past mistakes.
The Glasgow talks can send an important signal of whether the Paris Agreement can serve as an effective catalyst for countries to keep a 1.5° Celsius pathway within reach.
As governments put their COVID-19 recovery strategies into action, they must ensure that public funds go to support the energy transition, rather than perpetuate past reliance on fossil fuels.
As India seeks to transition to clean energy, public sector utilities have an invaluable role to play alongside the private sector.
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, governments have spent billions of dollars bailing out coal, oil and gas. Here’s how they can pivot to clean energy.
Our freshwater scientists at the IISD Experimental Lakes Area, located on Treaty 3 Land, have been working with a group of Elders, language experts, and youth to translate research on mercury contamination and climate change into Ojibwe.