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Projects

  • An opportunity for the global community to come together to set the agenda for sustainable, equitable and prosperous cities of the future

  • India’s GHG Program is an industry-led voluntary framework aiming to help Indian companies monitor progress towards measurement and management of GHG emissions using tools and methodologies from WRI’s GHG Protocol.

  • Bringing 20 million hectares of degraded land in Latin America and the Caribbean into restoration by 2020.

  • The International Climate Action Initiative uses analysis, innovation and partnerships to achieve effective national policies and ambitious, equitable international climate action

  • WRI’s analysis and outreach supports the development of transformational low-carbon clubs—smaller groups of countries serious about combating climate change—that will drive emissions reductions and complement the multilateral UN climate regime.

  • WRI’s Land and Resource Rights project aims to ensure that rural people and the urban poor have secure rights over their land and natural resources.

  • We empower governments, businesses, utilities, and communities to enhance water security by investing in “natural infrastructure,” like forests and wetlands, as part of a portfolio of smart solutions to growing water challenges.

  • The NDC Partnership is a global initiative to help countries achieve their national climate commitments and ensure financial and technical assistance is delivered as efficiently as possible.

  • Bringing together some of the world’s foremost economic experts to contribute to the global debate about climate change and economic policy, and to inform government, business and investment decisions.

  • New Ventures supports business solutions to the challenges of sustainable development by accelerating the growth of environmental enterprise in emerging markets.

  • Development Through Enterprise catalyzes sustainable economic growth by identifying market opportunities and business models that meet the needs of underserved communities in emerging economies.

  • Enhancing the transparency of countries’ pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Bringing together independent research institutes and civil society groups from key countries around the world to monitor national progress on climate change policy.

  • Promoting citizen-centered governance by increasing civic participation, improving transparency and strengthening accountability

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