From Planning to Action: Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation Into Development
Policymakers and development practitioners are increasingly recognizing the need to anticipate and prepare for the impacts of climate change. A growin
Powering Cities in the Global South: How Energy Access for All Benefits the Economy and the Environment
Millions of residents in some of the fastest growing cities in the world don’t have access to clean, reliable energy, and the challenge of reaching them is not getting
Transforming Agriculture for Climate Resilience: A Framework for Systemic Change
Transformative adaptation in the agriculture sector may be the best approach in an increasing number of situations and locations to enhance global food security, avoid
Social Network Analysis Is Helping Us Regreen Rwanda. It Can Inform Your Environmental Work, Too.
At World Resources Institute, we are using social network analysis to find the organizations and individuals that can best enable landscape restoration, which restores
According to New IPCC Report, the World Is on Track to Exceed its “Carbon Budget” in 12 Years
Scientists have spent considerable time calculating the amount of carbon dioxide the world can emit while limiting warming to internationally agreed upon temperature g
Low-Carbon Growth Is a $26 Trillion Opportunity. Here Are 4 Ways to Seize It.
We are on the cusp of a new growth era, one where growth is driven by the interaction between rapid technological innovation, sustainable infrastructure investment and
Thanks to Climate Change, Oranges Are the New Coffee in Costa Rica
Coffee is core to Costa Rica's economy and its national identity.