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.
Kirsty Jenkinson is Director of WRI’s Markets and Enterprise Program and is responsible for the program’s overall strategy, results, financial development and staff capacity.
Peter is Director of the Land and Resources Rights (LRR) initiative. LRR seeks to strengthen land tenure and natural resource rights of rural people and communities by: 1) conducting research and...
WRI provides strategic advice on the development of best practices, regulations, and standards for CCS and participates in the development of national and international strategies for CCS deployment, consistent with environmental and social integrity.
A unique network of civil society organizations dedicated to promoting transparent, inclusive and accountable decision-making in the electricity sector.
Bringing together independent research institutes and civil society groups from key countries around the world to monitor national progress on climate change policy.
An interactive tool designed to allow the user to flexibly and dynamically explore the region’s electric resources, opportunities, and challenges.
With shale gas production changing the global energy picture, WRI analysis is helping to clarify the challenges and opportunities of this complex energy source.
Sarah M. Forbes has been a senior associate at the World Resources Institute (WRI) since May 2008. Sarah leads the technology consortium within the Climate Program, managing the WRI initiatives on...