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When it comes to communicating the research findings of the world's freshwater laboratory, we need to speak to communities in their own languages. Literally.
As countries chart paths to net-zero economies, hydrogen is in the spotlight. Here are the risks and opportunities involved in subsidizing it.
Despite efforts, marine and coastal pollution from land-based sources not only continues unabated, but it has greatly increased in recent years.
This report covers how IGF developed and delivered a tailored workshop on gender and mining governance for stakeholders in 13 West African nations.
Global tax reforms aimed at the digital economy may affect how governments tax their natural resources.
The roster of multilateral events for this year is filling up quickly. Our experts reveal why this leaves them cautiously optimistic.
Building Resilience With Nature: Maximizing Ecosystem-based Adaptation through National Adaptation Plan Processes
This document provides guidance on maximizing ecosystem-based adaptation through National Adaptation Plan processes.
These IGF case studies examine mine closure legislation in Chile and Peru.
The global pandemic has brought challenges the likes of which this generation has never seen. But there have also been bright spots worth celebrating.
Countries should carefully weigh the advantages and drawbacks of a proposed new global treaty on plastic pollution.