Climate Change and the Importance of Indigenous Knowledge
A Conversation ahead of COP 28
Webinar 12-13 October 2023
KAICIID and IF20 - G20 Interfaith Forum
27th Annual Conference of the International Environment Forum
Implementing Solidarity – Global to Local
Virtual Conference of online events
Another planetary boundary: biomass
Arthur Lyon Dahl
3 October 2023
Africa ‘big challenge’ in climate migration crisis
World Meteorological Organization
Geneva, 30 September 2023
When it comes to the increasingly critical phenomenon of climate migration, Africa represents a “big challenge” for the world, according to Petteri Taalas, secretary-general of the UN’s World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Global framework agreed to address harm from chemicals and waste
United Nations Environment Programme
30 September 2023
The Fifth International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM5) concluded on 30 September 2023 in Bonn, Germany, with the adoption of a comprehensive global framework that sets concrete targets and guidelines for key sectors across the entire lifecycle of chemicals.
Supporting and Saving the
New Regenerative Revolution
Hugh Locke and Tim Tensen
Smallholder Farmers Alliance, Haiti
A radically new approach to farming is taking the agricultural world by storm, but it is already under attack from greenwashing. This new methodology has the disruptive potential of the first green revolution of 60 years ago, but the new “regenerative” revolution is so diametrically opposed to its predecessor that serious efforts are underway to co-opt it.
Summit of the Future:
What would it deliver?
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How would a Pact for the Future that adopts the proposals of the Secretary-General change our world?
The Rights of Nature
Blog from IF20, the G20 Interfaith Forum
Coral Reefs in Danger
based on a report by IEF member
Austin Bowden-Kerby in Fiji
23 September 2023
'Hidden handbrakes' blocking action to halt climate change
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
22 September 2023