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  1. It’s down to governments to unlock business action on climate

    ClimateGlobal

    Conventional wisdom is that business resents regulation: this is not always the case when it comes to climate. A sizeable number of G20 businesses are calling on their governments to set clear, ambitious policies and regulation that will protect the 1.5ºC climate goal

  2. Supporting all countries in the Paris Agreement

    Climate

    All countries need to work towards the Paris Agreement, but for developing countries this can present technological and logistical challenges. How can international partnerships help all countries contribute to and benefit from this common cause?

  3. Connecting Nigeria’s national climate goals to local action

    ClimateGlobal, Sub-Saharan Africa

    Sizeable and impactful climate action can also be achieved through small, coordinated actions by individuals. Students at Osun State University, Nigeria, are gaining the knowledge to make their own contribution to combating climate change in a program that can be replicated across the education system

  4. Investing in nature: a critical element in Australia’s efforts on climate action and sustainability

    ClimateGlobal, Pacific and South-eastern Asia

    Australia has a significant opportunity to be a solution provider in nature-based investment. However, the present economic system does not include the value of ecosystems, despite the fact that ecosystem health is essential to our very survival. An Australian program seeks to address this challenge

  5. On the brink of the abyss

    ClimateGlobal, Latin America and the Caribbean

    As the UN Secretary-General warns, humanity is facing a cascade of crises. COP26 will be the moment of truth for climate and all countries must step up