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11 countries have now completed or entered the final stage in the sign-up process for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.
As more countries commit to ambitious climate targets, IISD’s Aaron Cosbey proposes a list of best practices for developing border carbon adjustments.
Tanvi Sinha and Joe Glauber present five options to help negotiators solve problems faced by developing countries in public stockholding programs.
Circular economy solutions will play a critical role in decarbonization. Kevin Moss, Mari Pantsar, and Scott Vaughan outline how trade policy can help.
Promising initiatives are underway throughout Asia trying to change consumer behavior for the better. Where do we go from here?
As extreme weather events become more common, young people throughout Canada are looking at how they can influence climate policy and inspire change.
This year, the world's freshwater laboratory's annual report brings you a twist on one of our iconic yellow field notebooks.
IISD’s Alice Tipping and Tristan Irschlinger discuss latest developments in fisheries subsidies negotiations and what’s key for sustainable development.
A new WTO report examines why our global trading system is both more vulnerable and more resilient to crises and what can be done to better prepare it.
How Timor-Leste Is Using the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process to Scale Up Ecosystem-Based Adaptation (EbA)
This case study discusses how the Timor-Leste government has adopted Ecosystem-based adaptation as a guiding principle in its NAP process to connect ecosystem protection and climate action. It will also share lessons for other countries seeking to use the NAP process to mainstream and implement EbA.