For 30 years, IISD has worked to fulfill a bold commitment to the world: advancing development that balances economic, social and environmental priorities. Here are some ways we make an impact.
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In the face of multiple health and environmental crises, the inefficiencies of GDP as the main measure of economic health and government policy are strikingly apparent.
When it comes to communicating the research findings of the world's freshwater laboratory, we need to speak to communities in their own languages. Literally.
IISD experts are pushing for reform and offering their expertise to ensure good policy isn't held back by the threat of arbitration.
After a devastating cyclone struck, the NAP Global Network—hosted by IISD—helped Fiji make a plan to build resilience.
Swapping subsidies from fossil fuels to clean options can make renewables the most viable alternative.
Lowering our carbon footprint cannot come at the expense of people in the world’s most vulnerable places.
We need more research to understand the effects of microplastics on our fresh water—and find solutions. That's where our team of experts come in.