Sustainable marine projects and innovative financing like blue bonds are part of growing global efforts to look beyond land-based solutions – and consider the ocean economy – to address climate change.
Nature's ability to regenerate is dwindling as human demands on it increase. To reverse this trend, we need to incorporate natural capital into economic modeling and policymaking.
Climate change is threatening coastal communities worldwide. Using local knowledge, as well as innovative practices such as parametric insurance, is needed to enhance coastal resilience and mitigate the impact of climate change.
The emergence of ‘blue carbon’ in the global carbon markets could help protect Southeast Asia's coastlines, but these habitats should be valued for more than their carbon.
To help those forced to move by disasters caused by natural hazards, innovative financing and greater cooperation between development and humanitarian sectors are needed.
Mongolia is at a crucial moment with the chance to improve the everyday lives of its citizens through actions to improve air quality.
A holistic disaster risk management approach starts with a change in the way we refer to disasters.
Due to the economic importance of coastal areas, the insurance industry can contribute significantly to their protection.
Viet Nam is committing to ambitious goals to address climate change. Here’s how to fund them.
There is no time left to debate whether saving our planet is too expensive, or to keep promoting socioeconomic models that are clearly not working.