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Nature  

19 Sep 2018
Views by REVOLVE

Mapping Forests

The Carnegie Airborne Observatory (CAO) is the most scientifically advanced, aircraft-based mapping and data analytics system operating in the civil sector today.

Water  

19 Sep 2018
Views by REVOLVE

Mediterranean shores

Photographer Kevin Scarlet takes us on his travels to Greece and Tunisia. Reflecting the shared waters of the Mediterranean, both countries face similar climates, environments, and socio-economic challenges.

Energy  

18 Sep 2018
Views by REVOLVE

Small Island Developing States

Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are likely to be the first affected by climate change, but in their determination to strengthen resilience and embark on a sustainable economic future they are deploying renewable energy with support from IRENA.

Nature  

6 Sep 2018
Editorial by REVOLVE

Why city-dwellers should care about forests

Nearby forests provide many of the services that underpin everyday life in the world’s cities. Many of those cities have invested in protecting forested watersheds to ensure dependable supplies of clean, fresh water for drinking and sanitation.

Energy  

6 Sep 2018
Editorial by REVOLVE

We Need a Carbon Floor Price

Why are dirty, coal-fired power stations continuing to operate in Europe, in the face of an apparent political consensus that they should be shut down? The answer is rather simple: the decarbonization flagship instrument –EU ETS – does not deliver.

Water  

5 Sep 2018
Editorial by REVOLVE

Let nature do the job

NBS are increasingly recognized as important to address complex challenges in water management – water scarcity, quality and disaster risk reduction – and can be used to support development goals in multiple policy areas.

Nature  

5 Sep 2018
Editorial by REVOLVE

Bad plastics, good plastics

The fact is that plastics are a miracle material and could even be the very thing that saves humanity from catastrophic climate change. The problem in our oceans isn’t plastics, it’s what we do with them.

Mobility  

29 Aug 2018
Editorial by REVOLVE

Sustainable Mobility

Europe is on the move and transport is changing. Indeed mobility solutions must evolve in order to better serve the

Water  

21 Dec 2017
Feature by REVOLVE

A Testimony of Water Challenges in Southeast Asia

Urban growth, temperature rise and melting glaciers threaten river deltas around the world.

Water  

23 Sep 2017
Q&A by REVOLVE

Water Scarcity

Interview with Diana D’Arras, President of the International Association of Water (IWA).

Mobility  

21 Sep 2017
Views by REVOLVE

Clean Mobility Pioneers

Decarbonizing transport is key to realizing the COP 21 climate goals. Pioneers around the world are developing innovative sustainable mobility solutions. They show that it is possible to move clean and safely in the air, on water and on land.

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