Supporting emissions reduction and helping communities adapt to extreme weather events
The Food Matters Action Kit provides North American youth with dozens of easy and fun activities that have a positive impact on our environment.
This practical guide provides a step-by-step plan for organizations all along the food supply chain to measure food loss and waste.
Peeling back the layers on the issue of food loss and waste in North America.
The North American Environmental Atlas seamlessly assembles accurate cartographic data including maps, documentation, and interactive map layers at a scale of 1:10,000,000.
Inventory data for emissions of greenhouse gases, black carbon and other short-lived climate pollutants.
A collaborative initiative between Canada, Mexico, and the United States to monitor land cover - the observed physical cover on the surface of the Earth - and its change over time.
Quick and convenient access to a wealth of information that can support the development of green building policies, financing mechanisms, and educational programs.
Nearly 100 beneficial management practices aimed at ranchers, conservation organizations, government and academic institutions in North America.
A training program to help North American industries implement the ISO 50001 Energy Management system
Helping government scientists and policy-makers better understand black carbon emissions in North America to reduce health hazards and environmental impacts
We have partnered with public health agencies to expand the capacity of communities to anticipate and prevent negative health outcomes from extreme heat events
Each year, the food we waste costs the North American economy $278 billion US dollars and could have fed 260 million people!