A study published last month in the journal Scientific Reports explores the potential economic impacts of climate change as it affects the amount and composition of fish in marine fisheries and leads to decreased catches.
Weaving the Sustainable Development Goals into national governance takes vision, collaboration, and methodology. Policymakers and experts from Asia and Europe meet this week in Stockholm to discuss the way forward.
Bo Lidegaard –
If we are to have any chance of meeting our climate targets, we need to take strong action now to reduce emissions drastically – action that goes beyond the Paris agreement., says Danish writer Bo Lidegaard.
Ian Rae –
International leaders have just agreed to the phasing out of hydrofluorocarbons, potent greenhouse gases used as refrigerants and propellants. Ian Rae from the University of Melbourne outlines how this will happen, and what could come after.
John Elkington –
A recent report by shipping and advisory giant DNV GL says that most Sustainable Development Goals will not be met by 2030. To get there, business needs to break the rules of the old order, says Volans chairman John Elkington.
Free, openly available tool from Autodesk enables cities to set science-based climate targets. By Emma Stewart, Ph.D., Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk and Daniel Aronson, formerly Research Lead Director, Sustainability ...