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The report measures the gap between governments' planned fossil fuel production and the global production levels consistent with the Paris Agreement.
Regulation of mining activities depends mainly on national frameworks and policies, but implementing good plans and practices remains problematic.
With just weeks remaining until the UN climate talks in Glasgow and countries facing calls to show greater ambition, it's time to look at what we have learned from "bottom-up" approaches to environmental governance.
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.
This brief reviews how the Government of Indonesia (GoI) has spent its COVID-19 recovery budget and provides recommendations on its future expenditure.
Investment Treaty News (ITN) is IISD's flagship journal on international investment law and policy.
This paper aims to support trade negotiators in leveraging trade for climate change adaptation and to explore the critical role National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes can play in this regard.
As India seeks to transition to clean energy, public sector utilities have an invaluable role to play alongside the private sector.
This brief examines one way to significantly scale-up gender-smart financing is through mainstreaming gender considerations in all-new sustainable bond issues.
Integrating Gender in Sustainability-Linked Bonds: Innovations in multi-KPI sustainability-linked structures
This brief is part of a series that examines how integrating gender considerations into all newly issued sustainable bonds could significantly scale up financing for gender objectives.