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Climate change, conflict, and COVID-19 are forcing a reassessment of how we eradicate poverty while addressing a planetary emergency.
Canada’s green recovery should include incentives for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and researchers to develop sustainable solutions to reduce and prevent plastic pollution in fresh water.
How can we use investment mechanisms and financial tools to work toward gender equality? Our expert weighs in.
The 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals may offer the best option to reduce the worst impacts of COVID-19 and to “build back better.”
Discover exactly why and how we AquaHacked Lake Winnipeg in 2020
Progress takes many forms. How can we transform adaptation planning and decision-making systems to reduce harm and loss in the face of climate change?
What Does the Draft European Union–China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment Mean for Sustainable Development?
Will this deal actually yield the benefits that both sides have promised? Our expert analyzes the draft text to see where these commitments are upheld and where there's room for improvement.
"We have to ensure that we give a voice to people who are often considered voiceless in conversations about climate change and climate adaptation."
The NAP Global Network has been supporting developing countries with national adaptation planning and action for five years. This report presents highlights from our work and identifies the approaches that countries are using to navigate their NAP processes.
IISD has reviewed a number of food system visualizations (FSVs) to compare how they focus on and represent different components of food systems and to assess how they cover policy and decision-making priorities, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)