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  • Blog
    Can climate talks regain momentum in 2020?

    Can climate talks regain momentum in 2020?

    As 2020 begins, climate talks resume and the international community faces deadlines to replace old frameworks with new ones. Read More
  • Report
    Progressing National SDGs Implementation: An Independent Assessment of the Voluntary National Review Reports Submitted to the United Nations High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in 2019

    Progressing National SDGs Implementation: An Independent Assessment of the Voluntary National Review Reports Submitted to the United Nations High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in 2019

    The report reviews trends, gaps and best practices in the 47 Voluntary National Reviews countries submitted in 2019 to the United Nations to share their progress on the SDGs. Read More
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    Impact Tokens: A blockchain-based solution for impact investing

    Impact Tokens: A blockchain-based solution for impact investing

    Impact tokens and blockchain technology offer promising solutions to mobilizing investments toward the Sustainable Development Goals by addressing the underlying challenges of the impact investing industry. Read More
  • Report
    The State of Global Environmental Governance 2019

    The State of Global Environmental Governance 2019

    A global team of reporters points to the successes, shortcomings and overall trends in international environmental negotiations in 2019. Read More
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    Canada's Federal Fossil Fuel Subsidies in 2020

    Canada's Federal Fossil Fuel Subsidies in 2020

    Federal fossil fuel subsidies in Canada reached at least CAD 600 million in 2019, but more transparency is needed from government to understand the full picture. Read More
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    Leveraging Payments for Ecosystem Services: Poplar River First Nation leads the way with innovative conservation

    Leveraging Payments for Ecosystem Services: Poplar River First Nation leads the way with innovative conservation

    Poplar River First Nation (PRFN) has been working for years on management planning for its traditional territory. A critical next step is for the community to develop third-party partnerships to pursue payments for ecosystem services (PES). Through PES, PRFN's forest management strategies can better contribute to community and regional socioeconomic and environmental well-being. Read More
  • Briefing Note
    The NAP Process and Peacebuilding

    The NAP Process and Peacebuilding

    This briefing note explores the importance and difficulties of bringing adaptation planning and peacebuilding agendas together in contexts of fragility and instability. It will also highlight some of the countries that have already begun to integrate conflict considerations into their adaptation planning processes. Read More
  • Blog
    These detector dogs are sniffing out a disease threatening the world’s citrus trees

    These detector dogs are sniffing out a disease threatening the world’s citrus trees

    Scientists in the United States are training dogs to detect a disease that is destroying the world’s orange trees. Read More
  • Report
    Sustainable Investing: Shaping the future of finance

    Sustainable Investing: Shaping the future of finance

    A report on how sustainable investing will become mainstream in the financial industry. Read More
  • Report
    Gender and Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform in Nigeria: Findings and recommendations

    Gender and Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform in Nigeria: Findings and recommendations

    The report examines from a gender perspective the impact of kerosene subsidies and their reform in Nigeria, finding that kerosene subsidies did not work for poor women. Read More