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    Current Status of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement: Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcomes (ITMOs)

    Current Status of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement: Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcomes (ITMOs)

    This commentary highlights the current status of negotiations on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement heading into COP 25. Read More
  • Blog
    Way to Go Winnipeggers, on Getting Us Even Closer to Protecting Lake Winnipeg!

    Way to Go Winnipeggers, on Getting Us Even Closer to Protecting Lake Winnipeg!

    Winnipeg is getting even closer to increasing the protection of Lake Winnipeg from harmful algal blooms. And it's thanks to Winnipeggers of all stripes! Read More
  • Blog
    Deep Dive Into Fisheries Subsidies, Part 1: Senegal and the suffering sardinella

    Deep Dive Into Fisheries Subsidies, Part 1: Senegal and the suffering sardinella

    Overfishing has reached alarming proportions in West Africa, affecting the local economy, culture and people's daily lives. How can a WTO agreement on fisheries subsidies help? Read More
  • Blog
    Should We Have Impact Assessments for Disruptive Technologies?

    Should We Have Impact Assessments for Disruptive Technologies?

    If we don’t create basic assessment systems to make sure we’re using new technologies to advance carbon-neutrality and sustainability, we put our future at risk. Read More
  • Report
    Une exploration des impacts potentiels des règles de l'OMC sur les subventions à la pêche : Le cas de la pêcherie de sardinelles en Afrique de l'Ouest

    Une exploration des impacts potentiels des règles de l'OMC sur les subventions à la pêche : Le cas de la pêcherie de sardinelles en Afrique de l'Ouest

    Cette étude de cas examine la manière dont de nouvelles règles de l’Organisation mondiale du commerce sur les subventions à la pêche pourraient concrètement affecter la pêcherie de sardinelles au large des côtes ouest-africaines. Read More
  • Policy Brief
    The Indonesia Election Result and Joko Widodo’s New Cabinet: What it means to fossil fuel subsidy reform

    The Indonesia Election Result and Joko Widodo’s New Cabinet: What it means to fossil fuel subsidy reform

    Indonesia's President Joko Widodo has chosen a new cabinet to help deliver his legacy in his final term, there are big tasks ahead regarding fossil fuel subsidies and renewable energy expansion. Read More
  • Commentary
    Can Responsible Contracts Help Improve Farmer Incomes and Productivity?

    Can Responsible Contracts Help Improve Farmer Incomes and Productivity?

    This commentary explores some of the issues raised by rice farmers from the Philippines and Kyrgyzstan; coffee farmers from Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) and Vietnam; and sugarcane and fruit growers from Cambodia during a workshop held in late October 2019. Read More
  • Blog
    What is COP 25? Why is it blue? We have answers

    What is COP 25? Why is it blue? We have answers

    Forget what COP stands for? Not sure what, exactly, happens at these events? We asked Reporting Services expert Dr. Jennifer Allan to give us some answers. Read More
  • Report
    Global Market Report: Cocoa

    Global Market Report: Cocoa

    Western Europe and developing economies in Asia are driving demand for cocoa but farm risks may affect supply in the long-term Read More
  • Report
    The Production Gap: The discrepancy between countries’ planned fossil fuel production and global production levels consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C or 2°C

    The Production Gap: The discrepancy between countries’ planned fossil fuel production and global production levels consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C or 2°C

    This report aims to expand that discourse and provide a metric for assessing how far the world is from production levels that are consistent with global climate goals. Read More