Environment, Climate and Sustainability

At Red Sea we are passionate about finding leadership and working with corporations, non-profits, bilateral and multilateral institutions, thinktanks and social enterprises to lead global change for the environment and bring about a sustainable future for our planet.

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The world’s population has become increasingly aware and concerned about the global environmental crisis, consequently demanding action from decision makers to address the issue. The environmental catastrophe we face is a direct consequence of our carbon-heavy land-use in terms of agriculture, transport, buildings, and industrial processes. The result is the pollution of our oceans and devastation of our forests.

Impacts of rising temperatures from climate change are visible today, ranging from the poles to the equator, with many parts of the world wrestling with their own set of symptoms: droughts, extreme storms, floods and swinging temperatures.

Red Sea is fully aligned with the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) on climate action, ocean and conservation protection, clean and affordable energy, and sustainable community and support the movement to address global environmental challenges.

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The world is reaching the tipping point beyond which climate change may become irreversible. If this happens, we risk denying present and future generations the right to a healthy and sustainable planet – the whole of humanity stands to lose.

Kofi Annan, Former Secretary-General of UN

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A Venture to Build Forward for Colombian Coffee Farmers

In the Wake of the Pandemic, Eradicating Poverty Requires Addressing Structural Inequalities The ongoing pandemic has effectively inhibited progress towards the goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030. To suppress

A Venture to Build Forward for Colombian Coffee Farmers

In the Wake of the Pandemic, Eradicating Poverty Requires Addressing Structural Inequalities The ongoing pandemic has effectively inhibited progress towards the goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030. To suppress

Improving Disaster Risk Reduction Requires International Partnerships and Collaboration

Human Activity Increases Vulnerability Towards Natural Disasters Human activity has undoubtedly increased our vulnerability to natural disasters. Besides adversely affecting the climate, human activity has also created a web-like structure

The Opportunity and Challenge to Redistribute US$650 Billion Worth of Special Drawing Reserves

A Rarely Used Financial Tool – How SDRs buffer Economic Global Crises On 23rd August 2021, the IMF issued a total of $650 billion of Special Drawing Reserves (SDRs) to