Tag: sustainability

In conversation with Dr. Marla Emery, co-chair of the IPBES Sustainable Use of Wild Species Assessment

Could traditional and Indigenous knowledge hold the answers for the future sustainable management of oyster fisheries?

It’s not all-or-nothing for organic agriculture. Instead, changing our complex food systems needs a rather a nuanced approach.

Once West Germany’s capital, now a global hub for sustainability: Here’s how Bonn reinvented itself to stay relevant in a changing world.

Renewal of the gold mining industry hinges on regulation, Indigenous rights and due diligence in order to protect the Amazon and its people.

A nature- and people-powered circular bioeconomy could create USD 3.5 trillion in business opportunities and 87 million jobs by 2030

Q&A with European Forest Institute director Marc Palahí on the bioeconomy movement, sustainability and how forests can help achieve this

In this Landscape News bi-weekly digest of climate news, a new world record temperature, and why the US should stay in the Paris Agreement.

In this news roundup: journalists tackle the climate crisis, Berlin makes public transport cheaper, and why one airline wants you to fly less.

News to know in our bi-weekly digest

Introducing four speakers at GLF Kyoto 2019

Revisiting an important waypoint in the story of climate change

Conservation advocate dispels myths on pulp and paper industry

From overcoming cognitive biases to designing campaigns

Experts discuss forest bathing’s history and health benefits in GLF Digital Summit