John Sterman on multisolving for effective offsets

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In an op-ed published by Market Watch, John Sterman of MIT Sloan includes multisolving on his list of criteria that carbon offset programs must meet to effectively combat climate change.  “Many offset programs are based on dubious assumptions,” Sterman argues. “To truly cut emissions, offsets must be AVID+: Additional, Verifiable, Immediate, Durable —, and help meet other societal goals (the […]

Youth from the Global South reflect on multisolving

Young leaders from the Global South came together in a three-part conversation to reflect on incorporating multisolving into climate action and recovery. Their far-ranging exploration touches on how gender equity, poverty, a circular economy, climate adaptation, and emissions reductions all fit in with the practice of multisolving. In the run up to COP-26, Youth Climate […]

On the climate activist’s New Year’s resolution list: multisolving

UK based free-lance journalist Ella Glover asked climate activists for the best strategies to help tackle climate change in 2022. Multisolving made the list! From getting educated about climate change to moving your money to a bank that doesn’t invest in fossil fuels, the activists had lost of great suggestions. Eating more sustainably was one of […]

Online funders hub features multisolving

Investing at the Frontlines of Climate Change is a funder toolkit for those working at the intersection of health, climate change, and equity. We are thrilled to see that it emphasizes a multisolving approach. The toolkit is the work of funder groups,  including: the Environmental Grantmakers Association, the Biodiversity Funders Group, the Climate and Energy […]