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Concluding at COP 28, the inaugural global stocktake sheds light on our collective progress toward reaching the Paris Agreement’s goals. What signals should it send to countries to strengthen adaptation and resilience in the next 5 years?
As COP 28 approaches, all eyes are on the energy sector. Amidst a striking 91% of global carbon dioxide emissions originating from fossil fuels in 2022, the world is watching for an ambitious energy transition package at this year’s UN Climate Conference in Dubai.
Modernizing Canada's Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements (DFAA) program is a critical step in building the country's climate resilience.
As heat waves, wildfires, and floods cost the province up to CAD 17 billion per year, it’s time to get serious about addressing loss and damage.
The 19th session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment showed increasing interest and commitment from African leaders to explore measures that go beyond GDP to gauge progress.
As new technologies, shifting demographics, and climate change affect the global economy, tax rules are getting reformed. African policy-makers are seizing the opportunity to push for a fairer system.
Exploring the complex value chains behind our t-shirts and towels and asking why we need to get better at tracing garments from the store back to the farm.
Any framework that goes beyond GDP to measure societal progress must be country owned.
From India to Ethiopia to Canada, exploring valuable examples of nature-based solutions’ potential while showcasing their versatility.
Coral gardeners in Saint Lucia are working together to save reefs from the devastating effects of climate change through a flagship project under the island's National Adaptation Plan (NAP).