IIED’s David Satterthwaite looks at the challenges facing city governments across the world.
As India’s cities expand and car ownership increases, pedestrians are being marginalised – and their safety is being put at risk.
Making progress on Sustainable Development Goal 14 – life below water – is a complex and increasingly urgent challenge.
“Action on the ground is what counts.”
Progressive voices in London shared how they’re showing leadership in tackling the climate emergency – and called on the rest of the world to match their ambition.
There remains a gap between the focus of the efforts and improvements – in specific areas of research, practice and policy – and the scale and nature of the challenge.
Technological change brings both threats and opportunities. Here’s how developing countries can take action to ensure their citizens have the skills they need.
IIED director Andrew Norton calls for a process that truly includes indigenous peoples and local communities.
Nature is being destroyed faster than at any other time in human history. A million more species will become extinct within decades.
Millions of people in some of the world’s poorest countries depend on diamond mining for a living. Yet a focus on dealing with so-called ‘blood diamonds’ stops a wider conversation about how to help these people thrive.
What progress towards achieving gender equality has been made in the area of biodiversity conservation?
How and when to implement the ETF.
Laura Kelly discusses how lessons from the past can help ensure everyone benefits from our ocean, seas and coasts.
How to shift towards sustainable food systems.
Family farming involves almost 1.5 billion people worldwide.
Extinction Rebellion’s climate protests signal a moment of hope.