Earth Negotiations Bulletin
Earth Negotiations Bulletin is a balanced, timely and independent reporting service on United Nations environment and development negotiations. Our team provides daily coverage at selected environment and development negotiations, distributing digital and print summaries of critical talks. At the conclusion of each meeting, ENB publishes an in-depth summary and analysis of the meeting.
Many UN delegates, ministers and other governmental officials, NGOs, the business community, the academic community, the media and UN staff who track environment and sustainable development policy consider the Earth Negotiations Bulletin to be essential reading. The Bulletin has received high praise for its objective and comprehensive presentation of the facts. Visit enb.iisd.org to view coverage extending back to the ENB's founding in 1992.
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State of Global Environmental Governance 2020
Our reporting team explores how the pandemic impacted global negotiations on climate action, biodiversity restoration, and other environmental crises.
Did the Climate Ambition Summit Make Enough Progress?
Technically there was some movement, but a large gap remains between what is promised and what is necessary.
Making Peace with Nature: Highlights from the UN Climate Change Dialogues 2020
The recent Climate Dialogues were intended to bridge the gap to COP 26. Here, we offer lessons learned from a virtual approach to multilateral engagement.
The U.S. Has Exited the Paris Agreement. Does it Matter?
The last time there was a major climate treaty, the United States stood on the sidelines. This time, stakes may be higher, but the energy transition will continue.
How Multilateralism Handles a Pandemic
We've learned five lessons after months of environmental negotiations shifting to online platforms.
The Evolving War on Illegal Wildlife Trade
Wildlife trafficking is causing unprecedented declines in some species and can potentially spread zoonoses, such as the one that causes COVID-19.
Biological Diversity: Protecting the variety of life on Earth
Biodiversity underpins human life and a significant shift away from “business as usual” is needed to reverse the alarming rate of biodiversity loss.
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