Rachel Kyte, who helped hammer out the Paris agreement, talks through techniques to deliver robust carbon markets before (or instead of waiting until) governments make the rules. The interview requires a 7-day free trial.
This March 1 release from the Minnesota House provides some detail on $155 million in outdoor-preservation appropriations, including concerns about equity and inclusion and scrutiny about land management.
This February 28 story from a traditionally activist source explores how New York City might create land trusts to preserve affordability and open space, which usually correlate with outdoor health benefits.
Intractable social and environmental problems require collective action. These challenges demand that we step beyond individual mission statements and business models to craft strategies, chart paths forward, and unlock scaled impact—together. A new guide draws on lessons from convenings around the world to make gatherings more enjoyable and effective.