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A Just Transition to a Zero-carbon World Is Possible. Here’s How.

  • climate change
  • fossil fuels
  • human rights
  • renewable energy
two men installing solar panels
  • climate change
  • fossil fuels
  • human rights
  • renewable energy
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Heidelberg, Germany
  • climate science
  • Climate
News
  • GHG emissions
  • Paris Agreement
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Sustainable Transport: Building Equitable and Low-Carbon Cities

  • International Climate Action
  • Cities
  • Urban Mobility
  • COP21
  • public transit
  • human rights
  • transportation
BRT and bike lane
  • International Climate Action
  • Cities
  • Urban Mobility
  • COP21
  • public transit
  • human rights
  • transportation
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Greater Efficiency in Aviation and Maritime: The Double Win Trajectory

  • Economics
  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • energy efficiency
  • greenhouse gases
  • international climate policy
The aviation and maritime sectors are an increasingly significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. Photo by Bridget Coila/Flickr.
  • Economics
  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • energy efficiency
  • greenhouse gases
  • international climate policy
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The Pope, the Economy and the Case for Climate Action

  • Economics
  • climate change
  • human rights
  • poverty
Pope Francis issues his long awaited Encyclical on Climate Change this week. Photo by Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • human rights
  • poverty
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Quick Perspective on UN Secretary-General’s Vision for a Post-2015 Agenda

  • Equity
  • Finance
  • climate change
  • development
  • human rights
  • climate science
  • poverty
  • low carbon development
  • sustainable development goals
  • united nations
Photo by UNDP via OXFAM/Flickr.
  • Equity
  • Finance
  • climate change
  • development
  • human rights
  • climate science
  • poverty
  • low carbon development
  • sustainable development goals
  • united nations

Nicaragua’s Indigenous Peoples Protect their Forests Even Without Government Support

  • Forests
  • Equity
  • deforestation
  • human rights
  • land rights
Nicaragua's government recognizes 49 percent of the country's forests as community forests--but it wasn't always this way. Photo credit: Lon&Queta, Flickr
  • Forests
  • Equity
  • deforestation
  • human rights
  • land rights

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