SDG 15

  1. The ocean, climate’s regulator

    OceanGlobal

    Restoring the ocean’s health is vital to achieving many of the SDGs, as humankind will need the ocean to provide more food, energy, and jobs. Perhaps less well understood – but critical for our survival – is the vital role a healthy ocean will play in SDG 13: tackling climate change

  2. Toward a more natural cityscape

    CitiesGlobal

    After nearly a century of believing that engineering solutions could conquer nature to make cities productive and efficient centers of socio-economic development, some urban planners now realize that nature is something to design with, not against. But how do we invite nature back in when cities have been built to keep nature out?

  3. A G20 for the global good

    Global governance

    Recent years have seen the G20 become more factional, with countries competing for national advantage. Indonesia, holder of the G20 presidency for 2022, intends to rally the member countries to deliver a unified, coordinated response to global challenges: a G20 for the SDGs

  4. 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

  5. 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