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    Not a Case of Either/Or: How government and mines in Zambia can save money through energy efficiency

    Not a Case of Either/Or: How government and mines in Zambia can save money through energy efficiency

    For years, Zambia’s large hydroelectric dams were able to meet the power needs of its mines, but facing rising electricity demands the country opted to increase generation using coal, diesel and heavy fuel oil. Read More
  • Blog
    What Do Bears and Smartphones Have in Common?

    What Do Bears and Smartphones Have in Common?

    The challenge that electronics hibernation poses to the circular economy. Read More
  • Blog
    Forget GDP – for the 21st Century We Need a Modern Growth Measure

    Forget GDP – for the 21st Century We Need a Modern Growth Measure

    Our radar to track progress is far from satisfactory. Read More
  • Blog
    Making Winnipeg a Smart City With New Technologies

    Making Winnipeg a Smart City With New Technologies

    We asked four members of our Winnipeg team how they would tackle some of Winnipeg’s most pressing issues: This is what they came up with. Read More
  • Commentary
    Reply to Public Consultation on Canada's International Investment Agreements (FIPAs)

    Reply to Public Consultation on Canada's International Investment Agreements (FIPAs)

    The Canadian government launched a public consultation on Canada’s foreign investment promotion and protection agreements (FIPAs) on August 14, 2018. This commentary outlines IISD's reply. Read More
  • Blog
    Biodiversity Conservation: Are we content to fight a rear-guard action?

    Biodiversity Conservation: Are we content to fight a rear-guard action?

    We have to devote ourselves to working out how nature might be placed at the heart of development to enhance social justice and biodiversity conservation. Read More
  • Blog
    Five Ways Blockchain Technology Can be Used for Resilience

    Five Ways Blockchain Technology Can be Used for Resilience

    Disruptive technology has vast applications toward increasing the resilience of individuals, communities and ecosystems. Here are five encouraging examples. Read More
  • Blog
    WTO Survival Uncertain as Ministers Meet in Canada

    WTO Survival Uncertain as Ministers Meet in Canada

    The WTO faces its most critical test—a reaction to the October 2018 Joint Communiqué as international trade evolves faster than the WTO can move. Read More
  • Report
    Comprehensive Wealth in Canada 2018 – Measuring What Matters in the Long Term

    Comprehensive Wealth in Canada 2018 – Measuring What Matters in the Long Term

    Comprehensive wealth measures the country’s produced, natural, human, financial and social capital. Read More
  • Blog
    Sustainable Finance Key to Low-Carbon Economic Transition

    Sustainable Finance Key to Low-Carbon Economic Transition

    Canada’s Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance released its interim report yesterday with a clear message that harnessing the country’s financial assets is essential for a successful low-carbon transition. Read More