Augusta Dwyer


Augusta Dwyer is a freelance writer based in Toronto and the author of four books including “Into the Amazon: The Struggle for the Rainforest” and “Broke but Unbroken: Grassroots Social Movements and Their Radical Solutions to Poverty.” She has written for a wide variety of Canadian media and was awarded a Science in Society Award by the Canadian Science Writers Association in 1998.

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From water use to human rights, here’s how the industry can clean up its act
It’s the biggest election year ever. Here’s what that means for climate action
Pollinators are in decline. Here’s how we can keep them alive
From Brazil to Sierra Leone, cities are putting nature in the driving seat
Session at GLF Nairobi 2023 explores the crucial role of smallholders
The climate crisis supercharged, and planetary boundaries breached
Behind the controversial technology attracting billions in investment
Meet GLFx chapters in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and Malawi
As droughts and floods multiply, what would a sustainable water future look like?
A radical proposal to revamp the global economy
What we learned from the latest IPCC Synthesis Report
Drilling deep into sustainable investment strategies
For addressing climate change and food systems at once, one solution is coming more into view
Tropical forest archaeologists are digging up new learnings from ancient civilizations
Seven fundamental practices to guide investment in livestock and aquaculture