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New research from IISD highlights what could be at stake for climate action as negotiators continue discussions on modernizing the Energy Charter Treaty.
According to research conducted at IISD Experimental Lakes Area, reducing mercury pollution entering lakes lowers how much harmful mercury is found in freshwater fish destined for consumers’ plates.
Today marks the launch of Electrifying Canada, a business-led task force aimed at accelerating electrification across the nation.
23 Leading Canadian Environmental Organizations Release Detailed Proposals for Federal Environmental Action in Budget 2022
As Canada's Parliament prepares to reconvene next week, the Green Budget Coalition today issued a comprehensive set of recommendations on how the next federal Budget can meet the challenge of fighting the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.
IISD Welcomes Launch of Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance, Honoured to Host its First Permanent Secretariat
Nine governments today took the critical first step towards phasing out oil and gas by becoming Members of the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA).
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) are launching a capacity-building program on responsible investment in agriculture and food systems for members of the Parliament of the Gabonese Republic.
Civil society organizations welcome historic 20+ country-strong commitment to end international oil, gas, and coal finance by end of 2022, say others need to follow.
The Canadian government has announced that it will provide CAD 10 million in funding for the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network to support developing countries in accelerating their efforts to build resilience to the impacts of climate change.
One day before the G20 summit and just before COP 26, research organizations heading four recovery trackers have issued a joint statement urging further greening of COVID-19 response.
Leading research organizations tracking global recovery spending call on world leaders to redirect all unspent and future COVID-19 stimulus away from carbon intensive activities toward nature- and climate-positive investments.