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Should United Nations sustainable development mega-conferences continue in a post-COVID-19 era?
Most Canadians believe climate change is an urgent crisis and are feeling its impacts already. The federal government will soon develop Canada’s first-ever national adaptation strategy and our experts have ideas to make it effective.
Drawing on global experience, this report outlines key issues and considerations that should inform the development of Canada's first national adaptation strategy.
This episode is about one of today's biggest challenges: recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic in a way that helps build a resilient and fossil-free economy.
If G7 nations truly want to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, they must stop financing fossil fuels.
This report from the Luc Hoffmann Institute provides an overview of financial transaction mechanisms and related enabling frameworks that aim to protect and restore nature.
The ocean is under serious threat. Stressors include overfishing, marine pollution, habitat destruction, and acidification.
Global food prices have hit their highest level in a decade, jumping 40% in May compared to the same period last year.
As gender-related provisions in trade agreements develop, we take stock and ask how well-suited they are to achieving gender equality objectives.
Climate economic modelling ensures that a country's economic development and climate change adaptation efforts are mutually reinforcing.