Indigenous peoples lead essential global transformation on nature, climate, economies
Two years ago, the Financial Times launched its "New Agenda" campaign with a five-word front page – "Capitalism: time for a reset." Last year, UNDP launched its annual Human Development Report "The Next Frontier: Human Development and the Anthropocene" with the stark conclusion that no country has been able to achieve a high level of human development without first having significantly harmed the environment...
Read more.

More posts

Equator Prize Ceremony Opens Doors to Scaling Up Local, Nature-based Solutions to Climate Change
Equator Prize Ceremony to Highlight Local Nature-based Solutions at UN Climate Summit
In Rush for Answers to Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Equator Prize Launches Search for Local, Nature-based Solutions
On World Environment Day, signs of hope
Indigenous communities: Advocates in providing clean water for all
We are all Dukdukdiya: Humming bird with one drop of water at a time
In defense of nature: women at the forefront
Accelerating finance for inclusive, nature-based enterprises
We are all “sailing the waves on our own” now
Nature for Life
Celebrating invisible, indivisible nature
Imagining Rural Revitalization
Food resilience: A local catalyst for accelerating biodiversity conservation and sustainable development
Community Action Will Drive SDG Achievement
Making Waves: Ocean Action for SDGs
Three Lessons from Equator Prize 2017 Winners
World Oceans Day
Celebrating indigenous peoples as nature’s stewards
The Power of Women and Indigenous Peoples to Achieve Better Growth with Forests
Women, Nature and Development: Holding up Half the Sky
Rural Communities Are a Hotspot for Sustainable Development



Equator Blog

About Equator Initiative 

Contact Us

Follow Us: