The Inter-American Development Bank’s cost-benefit analysis of Costa Rica’s decarbonization plan found that the transformation could make it US$41 billion better off by 2050 — even if other countries do nothing. Adrien Vogt-Schilb tells us more
How do we prepare for a future that is both entirely certain and completely unknowable?
Our net-zero commitments should bring wider ecological benefits, but if we’re not careful they might exacerbate another global crisis, writes Tom Butterworth
Can we afford to make space for nature in our ever more crowded cities? Faced with overheating, flooding, pollution and the threat of total ecosystem collapse, can we afford not to?
We need new solutions for sustainable reuse, says Maria Brogren, but we should also look to the past
City leaders need to think beyond the parking space and activate streets for new, sustainable ways of living and moving around. Otherwise, we will fail local places and communities, say Ashleigh Cormack and Graham Pointer
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