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IISD Commits to Advancing Gender-Responsive Climate Adaptation Action at the Generation Equality Forum
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), in its role as the Secretariat of the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network, commits to working with interested government partners to advance gender-responsive adaptation action.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) has a new Chair of its Board of Directors, effective today.
WINNIPEG—Compared to many other countries, Canada is lagging on climate adaptation. The impacts of climate change are already being felt from coast to coast, and the situation will only worsen unless greater steps are taken to prepare for what lies ahead.
A new report finds G7 nations have been pumping more money into fossil fuels than clean energy, despite pledges to “build back better”.
As more countries take action to limit global warming to 1.5°C by reaching net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, Canada must accelerate efforts or risk getting left behind.
Alberta Oil Sector Facing Volatile and Long-Term Decline Even in the Absence of Domestic Climate Policies
A new report predicts a steady long-term decline in Alberta’s oil sector beginning by the end of the decade.
As liquified petroleum gas (LPG) prices rise, experts warn that poor households in India may benefit two times less from LPG support than those better-off.
IISD Experimental Lakes Area is carefully and safely opening its doors to new research and a slightly larger research team this summer.
The exhibition Next Season: Art and Science in the Face of the Climate Future will kick off next Thursday, April 22, at the Costa Rican Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in San Jose. Open to the public until June 19, the exhibition will showcase works depicting climate change adaptation and mitigation developed by eight artists during residencies in some of the most important scientific centres in the Central America country.
In a new report, researchers look at how different business models might increase the share of renewable energy in South Africa’s electricity sector.