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A new sense of urgency for climate action is being felt all around the world, and governments are now accelerating national efforts to put adaptation at the heart of decision making.
At COP 26, a group of developed countries announced plans to provide climate finance to help South Africa move away from coal — but a crucial question is how to ensure these funds do not help another fossil fuel industry take off.
Canadian governments and businesses need a fully modelled scenario to 2050 for the energy sector in line with the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C target.
With the launch of the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance during COP 26 in November, where India positions itself could have far-reaching implications.
Seeking Common Ground for Climate, Biodiversity, and People: How to get the debate on nature-based solutions right
To protect ecosystems and people, we must learn from past mistakes and work together on inclusive and robust nature-based solutions.
Promising initiatives are underway throughout Asia trying to change consumer behavior for the better. Where do we go from here?
As extreme weather events become more common, young people throughout Canada are looking at how they can influence climate policy and inspire change.
To improve lives and livelihoods, we must recognize the value of nature and the infrastructure it provides when making investment decisions.
With the Glasgow climate talks now on the horizon, we need to consider the lessons learned from public and private climate finance so we don't repeat past mistakes.
The Glasgow talks can send an important signal of whether the Paris Agreement can serve as an effective catalyst for countries to keep a 1.5° Celsius pathway within reach.