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WRI established its U.S. office in 1982. We work to improve water quality, increase awareness of local climate change impacts, and identify cost-effective emissions-reduction opportunities in the United States. Learn more about our work in the United States.

Natural Infrastructure

Investing in Forested Landscapes for Source Water Protection in the United States

Aging water infrastructure, increasing demand, continued land use change, and increasingly extreme weather events are driving the costs of water management higher in the United States. Investing in integrated water management strategies that combine engineered solutions with "natural...

While leaders in Washington, D.C. grapple with a potential national economic crisis, in Florida, mayors and citizens are taking action—on climate change and sea-level rise, that is. Florida Atlantic University (FAU) will host its second annual Sea Level Rise Summit this week, bringing together national and international experts to discuss the impacts of sea-level rise and storm surge on local and national economies.

Madaleine Weber

Communications Coordinator

Madaleine is the Communications Coordinator for the Governance Center where she leads communications and media outreach. Madaleine develops outreach strategies, designs communications materials,...

Danielle King

Project Coordinator, Land and Resource Rights

Danielle is the Project Coordinator for the Land and Resource Rights Initiative (LRR) in WRI’s Institutions and Governance Program. She manages the Initiative’s grants, contracts, communications,...

Robin Kraft

Lead Data Architect, Data Lab

Robin Kraft is WRI's Lead Data Architect and a founding member of the Data Lab, which aims to leverage big data and scalable analysis for environmental...

Unlocking Private Climate Investment

Focus on OPIC and Ex-Im Bank's Use of Financial Instruments...

WRI’s “Climate Finance” series tackles a broad range of issues relevant to public contributors, intermediaries, and recipients of climate finance—that is, financial flows to developing countries to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change impacts. A subset of this series,...

Manuela Rayner

GIS and Remote Sensing Specialist

Manuela is a GIS & Remote Sensing Specialist for Global Forest Watch. She supports the acquisition and technical management of the regional and global spatial data layers on the GFW website....

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