Sandra Cordon

ABOUT THE WRITER

A longtime journalist in her native Canada and in her adopted home of Italy, Cordon is a contributing writer and editor with GLF and CIFOR. Cordon worked across Canada with the national news agency The Canadian Press (CP) before focusing on monetary policy as a speechwriter with The Bank of Canada. She holds degrees in political science and journalism and is at present working towards her Master's degree in International Relations with Queen Mary University in London. 

By this writer
To build confidence for landscape finance, carbon accounting standards are critical
5 Dec 2022

Takeaways from part two of a carbon finance learning program

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New Land Rights Standard to ground climate action in human rights
1 Dec 2022

Principles to help infuse other sustainability standards and activities with justice

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Carbon credits can help incentivize farmers to go ‘regenerative’
27 Sep 2022

Learnings from part one of a carbon finance learning program

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New exhibition features Regreening Africa mobile app
19 Aug 2022

Landscape regeneration, peace efforts and tech intersect at NYC’s Cooper Hewitt museum

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A seat at the table isn’t enough to ensure equity and “counter power”
2 Aug 2022

Multi-stakeholder platforms need critical mass of Indigenous and local people

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Despite global turmoil, outlook stays positive for sustainable finance
11 Jul 2022

Experts say growing need for ‘green’ energy and systems change is boosting investor interest

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How sacred groves protect deities, culture and biodiversity
7 Apr 2022

In Asia and Africa, researchers examine the biodiversity benefits inherent to sacred sites

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Pulsing with goodness
10 Feb 2022

World Pulses Day reminds us that dietary diversity need not strain the planet

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New coalition strives for sustainable food systems
3 Sep 2021

Experts hail local knowledge, youth and finance as solutions

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Creating a “profound transformation” of Africa’s landscapes
27 Aug 2021

Three questions with Future Africa director Cheikh Mbow

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The endangered dugong: a shy ‘ecosystem engineer’
27 Jul 2021

The legendary sea herbivores support fishing industries and carbon stocks – through their ferocious appetites

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Oceans “not yet beyond repair,” but getting closer
11 May 2021

The Second World Ocean Assessment lays out critical state of oceans – and how little is known about them

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Leaders gather to discuss how a circular bioeconomy can succeed
22 Mar 2021

A nature- and people-powered economy could create USD 3.5 trillion in business opportunities and 87 million jobs by 2030

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Green bonds fall short in biodiversity and sustainable land-use finance, says research
29 Oct 2020

Energy projects receive most green bond proceeds, new paper discusses finding balance

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For these 6 species, there could be fewer than 100 left
18 Sep 2020

Here are some of the most critically endangered species on Earth

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