Creating Change from the Inside Out at Queenstown Lakes District Council

As the impacts of climate change become increasingly apparent, more organisations and governments are understanding the urgent need to take action and the important role their staff have in achieving traction. Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) is one such organisation that has taken proactive steps to address climate change through its internal climate change training […]

Empowering Farmers to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions with The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne, Australia’s leading university, is dedicated to addressing pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges. In line with this commitment, the university has developed a workshop specifically designed to assist farmers in mitigating their greenhouse gas emissions – The Carbon Neutral Agriculture Course, which is being offered at a wide range of locations […]

EAS’ Work on National Forest Monitoring Systems

Supporting developing nations to gain access to results-based payments As the world continues to grapple with climate change, actions that reduce emissions are vital to achieving emission reduction targets. Through collaboration between governments, organizations, and consulting firms like EAS, the development of clear and effective national monitoring systems and measurement, reporting and verification processes will […]

The importance of biodiversity in the fight against climate change

Biodiversity provides life-supporting systems that enable all organisms, including humans, to survive. These services are critical for human well-being, and they are threatened by the loss of biodiversity. Climate change is one of the major drivers of biodiversity loss, as it alters the habitats and ecosystems in which species live. It is well known and […]