Sustainable development recognizes that growth must be both inclusive and environmentally sound to reduce poverty and build shared prosperity for today’s population and to continue to meet the needs of future generations. It must be efficient with resources and carefully planned to deliver immediate and long-term benefits for people, planet, and prosperity.
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7 takeaways from the Small Island Developing States Conference in Samoa, where the islands' message to the world was: We're past time for talk about the risks of climate change; it’s time for action.Read More »
The threats climate change poses to the economic, financial, social and environmental health of nations are powerful reasons for leaders from all political affiliations to find common ground.Read More »
The Philippines is among the most vulnerable countries in the world to extreme weather, and it is already feeling the consequences of climate change. A resilience fund is being designed to help.Read More »