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Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, governments have spent billions of dollars bailing out coal, oil and gas. Here’s how they can pivot to clean energy.
Our freshwater scientists at the IISD Experimental Lakes Area, located on Treaty 3 Land, have been working with a group of Elders, language experts, and youth to translate research on mercury contamination and climate change into Ojibwe.
Border carbon adjustment (BCA) is coming; it is no longer just a controversial hypothetical. What will it mean for the multilateral trading system?
Ahead of the UN High Level Dialogue on Energy, over 200 organizations have released a statement urging world leaders to end international public finance for fossil fuels.
This table summarizes the level of financial commitment from pledging companies as part of the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge
Equity, diversity, and inclusion in Canada's National Adaptation Strategy: Why it matters and what it means
How can the diversity of identities and experiences of Canadians be reflected in a national strategy on climate adaptation?
IISD President & CEO Richard Florizone has been named as one of this year’s Clean50 Award honourees, which celebrates Canada's top leadership in sustainability.
The quality and effectiveness of a National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process largely depends on the extent to which it represents the realities of climate change at local levels and supports their adaptation efforts. The objective of this briefing note is to reflect on the experiences of several countries with vertical integration.
Women are hit hardest by climate change, yet they are key to effective and inclusive climate adaptation.
The Montreal Protocol shows what is possible when science, diplomacy, and business cooperate to implement international environmental agreements.