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As we near the end of the U.N. climate talks, immediate action has never been more essential.
Continue reading "From Durban, With Urgency"
Here in Durban, side events are a great opportunity to highlight climate actions already being taken.
Continue reading "Ecuador, Nepal and Acre Leading by Example on REDD+ Safeguards"
A Bolivian governor seeks to emulate the successes of Ecuador’s Socio Bosque program in his own country.
Continue reading "Bolivia Launches Program to Protect Forests and Alleviate Poverty"
In the face of climate change impacts, these leading companies are adapting by adopting new business models.
Continue reading "Durban: The Business of Climate Adaptation"
By adopting more sustainable practices, smallholder farmers can mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts.
Continue reading "In a Changing Climate, Farming Methods Have Big Impact"
Even if the U.N. climate talks don’t lead to a world-changing agreement, important steps are being taken.
Continue reading "In Durban, Progress on Details for Climate Action"
In the Philippines, we’re helping communities restore degraded forests and fight climate change.
Continue reading "New Video Showcases Philippine Reforestation Project"
The outcome of the U.N. climate talks may still be uncertain, but we’re making progress on important details.
Continue reading "Durban Debrief: Midway Signs of Progress"
Integrating nature and technology, this installation models the approach we need to effectively fight climate change.
Continue reading "“Living Beehive” Opens in Durban Botanic Gardens"