The Nature Risk Profile: A Methodology for Profiling Nature Related Dependencies and Impacts guideline aims to enable the financial sector to measure and address nature-related risk by providing scientifically robust and actionable sustainability analytics on nature impacts and dependencies.

This paper provides a method for understanding how city actions impact trees and forests outside their boundaries. The Forest Footprint for Cities methodology connects global estimates of tropical and subtropical deforestation linked to agricultural production to commodity-specific international trade and city consumption.

We are living through an unprecedented moment of multiple crises. Tens of millions more people are facing hunger. Hundreds of millions more face impossible rises in the cost of basic goods or heating their homes. Poverty has increased for the first time in 25 years. At the same time, these multiple crises all have winners.

This guidebook elaborates on the process of developing a campaign-level collaborative framework with IKEA Foundation grantee partners who worked on various projects under the Good Cause Campaign (GCC).

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-sections (1) and (4) of section 59 and clause (p) of section 64 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, the Central Government hereby makes the following rule further to amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 namely, the Central Motor Vehicles (First Amendment) Rules, 2023.

Faltering  global employment growth and the pressure on decent working conditions risk undermining social justice, according to this World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2023 report by the ILO.

Just five percent of Indians own more than 60 percent of the country’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of India’s population possess only three percent of wealth, according to Oxfam India’s latest report “Survival of the Richest: The India story”. India’s richest man has seen his wealth soar by 46 percent in 2022.

The publication provides a comprehensive update on the status and key actions needed for providing reliable, modern energy to health-care facilities in low- and middle-income countries.

This Renewable Energy Roadmap for Nigeria was developed in collaboration with the Energy Commission of Nigeria and analyses the additional renewable energy deployment potential up to the year 2050, with an additional 2030 focus to aid shorter-term policy development.

Smart city policy goals are becoming mainstream in South East Asia but lack a supply of innovative smart city business models, products and services. ESCAP is joining the movement to support the acceleration of smart innovative solutions for cities through its Smart Cities Innovation Lab project.

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