A globally agreed indicator of the impacts of carbon projects on natural ecosystems could transform the voluntary carbon market to drive positive change for biodiversity, as well as for climate change.
The importance of measuring carbon projects’ impact on nature and how applying a universal metric can turn the voluntary carbon market into a formidable tool to combat climate change
There is a growing awareness of the need to align voluntary carbon markets with efforts to promote nature and biodiversity as essential tools in the fight against climate change
The road to net-zero is paved with good intentions. Investing in novel nature-based solutions offers a way for businesses to turn aspirations into action.
In the short term, it feels like countries are abandoning their energy transition plans and the goal of limiting global warming to under 2°C. But in the mid-to-long term, there is still of flicker of hope for a net-zero future.
As climate change is already increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, we urgently need prioritized and targeted investment to strengthen resilience.
A look at what organizations and communities should do to adapt to extreme-weather events and the role that insurers can play in making the world more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Managed retreat is often considered a last resort. But perhaps it is time to consider it as a powerful tool to adapt to rising sea levels, flooding and other climate change effects.
Floods, drought and wildfires from global warming are taking an increasing toll on societies and the global economy. Open-source data, climate-risk models and innovation can help society adapt to the new normal
This year’s COP26 climate summit underscored the urgency of the action needed as climate change intensifies. We break down what happened in Glasgow and outline the areas that will be top of the agenda for business leaders.