The past week has brought news of friendly competition between disruptive sustainability projects, with the winners of the prestigious Earthshot Prize being announced. Earthshot's awardees are not alone in their recent achievements, however, with several others having similarly innovated their way to the top.
The Bezos Earth Fund plans to invest $9.7 million towards the provision of ‘carbon market training’ for the indigenous peoples and local communities of the Brazilian Amazon. But is this the best approach to ensuring inclusion?
Community development, when designed by women for women, is an important tool for reaching gender parity. Nur Febriani, executive director of Alam Sehat Lestari (ASRI), is doing just that in the Borneo rainforest by using a ‘radical listening’ approach.