WRI seeks to engage the private sector to help solve climate and energy challenges by sharing strategies and solutions with corporate partners and helping businesses capture the competitive advantages offered by a zero-carbon future.
WRI’s Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) project works with policymakers and the private sector to develop solutions to the policy, regulatory, investment, environmental and social challenges associated with CCS demonstration and deployment.
Stabilizing the global climate in the 21st century will require major financial investments to transition the world’s economy on to a low-carbon path. WRI is addressing how these massive investments toward a low-carbon and resilient economy – which we refer to as climate finance –can be realized.
WRI and the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice created the Climate Justice Dialogue to mobilize political will and creative thinking to shape an equitable and ambitious international climate agreement in 2015.
WRI aims to highlight the best proposals for the institutional design of an international climate change regime. This project is a joint endeavor of the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), with the support of the Government of Ireland.
Hundreds of companies around the world are using GHG Protocol standards and tools to manage their GHG footprint and make a difference for the climate by developing new products, improving energy efficiency, and participating in GHG programs and markets.
The International Financial Flows and Environment Project (IFFE) works to improve the environmental and social decision making and performance of public and private International Financial Institutions (IFIs) by holding them accountable to their investors, to donor countries and to the communities that are impacted by their investments.
WRI works with business, policymakers, and researchers to move the world toward cleaner, less expensive forms of power to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and make low-carbon energy available everywhere.
WRI works with businesses, governments, and researchers of all kinds to ensure that technologies to provide low-carbon energy effectively, efficiently, and inexpensively are available and deployed around the world.
The Two Degrees of Innovation project works with researchers, engineers, policymakers and other practitioners to create the conditions for global innovation in clean energy, from research to deployment.
WRI works to inform Congress about the opportunities and impacts of legislative proposals that affect U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and to help shape federal policies that will lead the U.S. on a path of low-carbon growth.