Currently, only 3.3% of transport is powered by renewable sources. How can the transport and energy sectors coordinate more effectively to reduce emissions and protect the climate?

Jennifer Okaima Piette, Clotilde Rossi di Schio |

As the threat of climate change and rising sea levels looms large, proper planning and management of the Bangladesh delta is critical to the country’s economic growth and development.

John Roome |

By focusing on the ethical quality of the sukuk product itself, sukuk can best benefit from the ethical investing movement, and take its place, aside green bonds, as an ethical investing success…

Michael Bennett |

Peru and Ecuador living examples of the profound connection between us humans and the marine world from cultural, economic, and livelihood perspectives. For both nations, the ocean offers food,…

José Rehbein, Jorge Barbosa, Gabriela Encalada |

While China's vehicle fleet is growing rapidly, there is hope that the rise of electric mobility might help limit the environmental impact. But will that be enough?

Jung Eun “Jen” Oh |

We depend on our ocean for the future of life on earth, and our ocean depends on us to heal the harm we have inflicted on Mother Earth.

Craig Foster, Dr. Jane Goodall, Shweta Khare Naik, Pawan Patil |

Indonesia’s ecosystems have the potential to support the country’s economic growth, sustain livelihoods for millions of people and mitigate climate change. This huge potential sometimes also…

André Rodrigues de Aquino, Anna Henttinen |

Despite this incredibly difficult period, ,we’re seeing innovation and renewed ambition to tackle challenges like climate change,

Bernice Van Bronkhorst, Wendy Hughes |

A recent report by the World Bank and IFC points to barriers to attracting private finance needed to advance countries’ adaptation agendas—and how governments can play a key role to bring them…

Jason Zhengrong Lu, Philippe Neves |