IISD Annual Report 2022–2023
Changing the Conversation: How IISD is reshaping the future of sustainable development
At IISD, we’ve been working for more than three decades to create a world where people and the planet thrive. As the climate crisis unfolds on our doorsteps and irreversible tipping points loom, our team has been switching gears: Recognizing that we need to speed up and drive deeper impact, we’ve grown our team significantly while making a conscious effort to strengthen collaboration within the institute, as well as with partners and peer organizations. Now, our goal is to stay focused on the meaningful change IISD is making and reach even higher. A world where people and the planet thrive is still possible, and we’re honoured to help lead the way forward.
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