Governments, businesses and civil society must work together to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Leaders in these fields discussed how they can collaborate better at a recent conference in Singapore.
Heralded as the 'Paris Agreement for the oceans,' the UN Ocean Conference garnered over a thousand pledges to protect the oceans. The question is, what would be the likely position of the US administration?
In a world in which humans have already crossed four of the nine planetary boundaries, is there still room for new business and growth? Yes, say business leaders, but only if we learn to do more with less.
Richeline Tan Mascarinas –
Hitting two birds with one stone: Engaging civil society organisations in development will ensure local participation as well as strengthen the environmental sustainability of these projects, writes ADB's Richeline Tan Mascarinas.
Aban Marker Kabraji –
IUCN Asia director Aban Marker Kabraji shares how establishing Marine Protected Areas can change the fate of oceans, which today are under threat from human activity and climate change.
and Joshua Cinner –
Tropical coral reefs can be saved from climate change and other pressures, but the window of opportunity is closing. And reefs are guaranteed to be markedly different in the future.
This study report under the coordination of Conservation International (CI-Brazil), recommends that companies should understand and incorporate into their decision making process, the economic value of biodiversity and ecosystems services ...
With the world's population expected to reach over eight billion by 2030 and an increasingly prosperous middle class, Conservation International (CI) understands that one of the greatest global challenges is ...