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The shift to sustainable climate solutions

Achieving carbon neutrality was the primary aim in the fight against climate change. However, the focus has shifted towards ensuring that climate measures are not only carbon neutral but also sustainable. Today, it’s not just about offsetting CO2 emissions with…

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Women, key agents of change in the fight against climate change

In many regions, women are the linchpins of agricultural production and water management, bearing the brunt of erratic weather patterns and resource scarcity. Yet, they often confront systemic barriers such as limited access to land rights and decision-making forums. One…

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Harnessing technology for global climate action

With the world requiring 250 billion tons of carbon reduction by 2030 to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C, technological innovation emerges as a pivotal enabler. The Paris Agreement acknowledges this imperative, emphasizing the importance of developing and transferring climate…

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We need to learn how to talk about the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement often evokes perceptions of technicality or disinterest, prompting many to overlook the critical issue of climate change. Some individuals even experience eco-anxiety, a persistent apprehension stemming from the perceived irreversible consequences of environmental degradation. Conventional methods of…

Going slowly but surely in the fight against climate change

In the ongoing battle against climate change, there is a glimmer of hope, albeit with a slow but steady progress. The recent COP28 in Dubai, held in December 2023, fell short of expectations as developed countries hesitated to commit to…

Reflections on COP28 and the urgency of Climate Action

The time for negotiation and planning has passed, urging immediate and comprehensive action on a planetary scale. Faced with the unprecedented impacts of climate change felt worldwide in 2023, the call for immediate and collective action on all fronts becomes…

Mangroves: unsung heroes in the fight against climate change

Mangroves, often dismissed as stagnant swamps, are revealed as critical guardians of our planet. Despite their vital role in climate change mitigation, half of the world’s mangroves have been lost due to misconceptions about their value. These unique coastal ecosystems…

It’s not waste, but resources

In a world grappling with environmental challenges, it’s time to reframe how we view waste. Beyond mere garbage, these are untapped resources that hold the key to a sustainable future. Waste, whether organic or solid, can be composted, harnessed for…

Climate justice and ecological wealth: A Global South perspective

For 60 years, the land in Meta, Colombia, had been sheltered from the extensive cattle ranching and farming that scarred many other regions. Over the years, however, the green heart of Meta’s Amazonian forests began to fall to the relentless…

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Cultivating Triple Impact: The vital imperative for sustainable business growth

In today’s business landscape, it’s no longer enough for companies to solely chase profits; they must also generate a triple impact encompassing economic, social, and environmental dimensions to ensure their survival. This imperative extends beyond mere philanthropy or social responsibility…