SDG 15

  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Remaking capitalism for a sustainable future

    ClimateGlobal

    Capitalism and sustainability are on a collision course, one that threatens to destroy both the market system and the planet. To head off the impending crash, we must end environmental externalities and make polluters pay for the harm they cause. Standardizing corporate ESG reporting offers a path toward clarity on the environmental harms that need to be addressed

  4. Healthy land for a healthy planet

    ClimateGlobal

    A worldwide movement to protect, manage and restore the land will have fast and wide-ranging benefits. It must be the centerpiece of our global redesign

  5. Corporate environmental hypocrisy must end now

    ClimateGlobal

    Marketing and lobbying in support of bogus “green” solutions is undermining global efforts to halt climate change. The UN must step in to convene an intergovernmental scientific panel that evaluates corporate environmental claims