In the run-up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021, the Forum is fostering public-private partnerships to take bold action on the escalating climate crisis.
As part of the race to net-zero, the Forum’s Climate Action Platform is helping businesses, governments, and NGOs accelerate and scale ambition and partnerships needed to drive a sustainable and inclusive future.
How to protect biodiversity, implement natural climate solutions and finance the transition to net-zero are just some of the important issues at stake. And while momentum is building, the commitment and action gap is still significant. The Climate Action Platform will feature innovative solutions that will help close the gap this decade.
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Lewis Pugh has recently completed a 12-day swim in the freezing waters off Greenland to send a message about the human impact on Earth.
We need both carbon offsetting and deep decarbonization at source, not either/or, to make substantive progress with climate change.
Addressing climate change and nature loss is a business imperative. Champions for Nature community leaders shared what they are doing about it and why.
Actionable interventions must be made to accelerate and scale up the existing funding opportunities.
As Madagascar faces the first climate change-created famine, it is time to ask how we can empower farmers to speed the transition to nature-positive food systems.
As part of the Sustainable Development Impact Summit, we asked four executives prioritizing the circular economy about lessons learned from the transition.
A zero emissions area is a unique example of a climate solution that addresses urban congestion and pollution problems while expanding mobility.
Biodiversity can have a positive effect on climate change. A new campaign in the UK hopes to encourage gardeners to make small changes to help build a greener, more sustainable future.
Businesses are increasingly committed to pursuing emissions reductions. Trade policy must do more to accelerate this shift. A new report explains how.
A new guidebook for urban planners, policymakers and citizens looks at how to make city neighbourhoods cleaner and greener.
Indonesia is working with local communities, government agencies and the World Bank to protect and restore its mangrove forests.