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The so-called just transition is expensive. Rich countries need to support poorer ones.
The transition to a CO2-neutral economy can only succeed if it is done in a socially just way. Alternative jobs, social security and regional structural policies are essential.
In Zanzibar, women have taken up the cultivation of climate-resilient sponges in the Indian Ocean
Glaciers, snow and permafrost are undergoing rapid transformation in the Hindu Kush Himalaya region, with disastrous consequences for water and food security
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Extreme weather events show the effects of global heating. The worst affected are those most in need – for example in Kakuma in northern Kenya, one of the world’s largest refugee camps.
In an exhibition at the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne, Indigenous Australians show their cultural diversity, history and identity
Grasshoppers are a protein-rich popular food in Uganda, but their numbers are dwindling
Indonesia wants to reform its energy sector. We explain how this can be done in a fair manner with JETP and PBL – and what the letters stand for
Destructive mining practice led to extensive deforestation, water pollution and land degradation, causing substantial irreversible damage to Ghana’s natural resources and threatening the livelihoods of rural dwellers.
A Mexican civil-society organisation provides households and schools with smoke-free and wood-saving stoves, protecting the health of users and the woods
The first UN Sustainable Development Goal is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere.
In order to achieve gender equality, it is necessary to empower women and girls.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals will require good governance – from the local to the global level.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform economies in an environmentally sound manner, leaving no one behind.