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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Engaging indigenous peoples in global climate governance
Local knowledge and indigenous experience are crucial inputs for sound governance and climate change resilience.
Debate 2.0: Is a climate governance overhaul possible?
A group of experts say the world needs a reform of international governance like what followed WWII.
Debate 2.0: Is sustainable development still relevant?
As we approach its 25th birthday, it seems this complex concept needs rethinking. Do you agree?
What future for international environmental law?
A new book from UNU Press attempts the demanding task of assessing the effectiveness of existing international environmental law.
Cities, biodiversity and governance
A UNU-IAS policy report aims to spur the development of effective governance mechanisms for managing the impacts of cities on biodiversity and vice-versa.
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