Forests & Nature

Climate Advisers recently came out with strong support for efforts by the Federal Reserve (the Fed) to draft principles that would provide …

Brazil’s President Lula and U.S. President Biden have an unprecedented opportunity to reverse years of increasing deforestation and put nature at center …

Co-authored article by Jen Stebbing and Ben Simonds 2022 was a big year for nature. Natural climate solutions (NCS) continued to gain …

Climate Advisers recently came out with strong support for efforts by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to expand its “capacities to …

Today, Brazil-based Talanoa Institute and US-based Climate Advisers joined 41 other civil society organizations to send a letter to the Organisation for …

Emissions from deforestation are increasingly being seen as a material risk for investors. This isn’t only because the emissions released by deforestation …

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G7 countries should work with China to put in place climate-aligned trade policies needed to accelerate global climate action, by harnessing the …

New research from Orbitas, a Climate Advisers initiative, considers material financial risks alongside opportunities to invest in a more sustainable and efficient future for cattle production in Brazil.

The Group of Seven (G7) Ministers’ agreement to phase out the use of coal for power generation by 2035 has garnered the …

New research from Orbitas, a Climate Advisers initiative, reveals that the Brazilian soy sector faces challenges in a transitioning world, but despite the presence of climate-related risks, there are new opportunities ...

The Brazilian cattle sector could see beef production drop by 25 percent by 2050, while experiencing a 37 percent decline in available pastureland through forest-conservation strategies ...

Aluminum industrial decarbonization is a major climate issue. Climate Advisers and Atlantic Council's new report shares recommendations on how to get it done.