Millions of people are already being killed or displaced by natural disasters every year, and this situation is getting worse. Drastic action is needed to meet the IPCC target of halving emissions by 2030. How can legal and regulatory frameworks be rethought to enable us to get closer to climate targets? How can we adapt our systems to not just react to crises but anticipate and avoid them at an early stage? We need ideas that make sustainability a reality for everyone, and ideas for how to involve citizens in this process.
- The concept of “Innovation Diplomacy” works with the approach of interdisciplinary collaboration to save the climate. It uses new ideas and technologies to build relationships between governments for shared policy outcomes and better public services. View here
- With the ongoing problem of plastic pollution and landfill congestion in Malaysia, Project Zero Waste Malaysia has inspired a new initiative: the MY Zero Waste Life manual. View here
- We live what we advise: PD’s sustainability team explains why it is crucial for public benefit corporations to address their own sustainability impacts, how PD is working towards the SDGs in its advisory work, and the great impact the public sector can have in this area. View here