Sri Lankan crisis shows why we need a just transition to organic farming

Sri Lanka’s political and economic crisis offers a stark example of what happens when debt-ridden governments enforce abrupt and unmanaged action in our food system to cut costs – without supporting a fair, inclusive transition to sustainable alternatives.

The global food crisis requires immediate and long-term change

The current global food system is destroying the natural world and exacerbating the climate crisis while allowing a handful of food companies to profiteer at the expense of farmers and consumers. The Ukraine war demonstrates how vulnerable the global food system is to shocks.

IPCC WGII: Climate change mitigation and adaptation

Humanity is slowly starting to take climate change mitigation and adaptation seriously. But, implementation has been too slow and uneven, the IPCC WGII’s contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report states.

IPCC WGII: Cut emissions faster or our climate will pass the limits of human survival

If we are to survive the climate impacts to come, humanity must urgently reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the IPCC WGII contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report indicates.

Risk of zoonotic diseases rises with environmental destruction

Leading scientists say that human encroachment on nature is increasing the emergence of zoonotic diseases.

Bankrolling Extinction report: Banks are destroying our planet

Findings from the Bankrolling Extinction report show that 50 of the world’s largest banks are financing the destruction of nature.

Top 20 global banks fund overwhelming plastic pollution

The ‘Bankrolling Plastics’ report reveals the top 20 global banks financing plastic pollution.

Agriculture drives recent rise in tropical forest fires

Fires are not normal in rainforest ecosystems.