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.
The global landscape of development finance is rapidly changing. How are Chinese and Brazilian overseas investments impacting development finance and the environment? What unique characteristics do China and Brazil display in their approach to environmental and social sustainability?
Equity, Poverty and the Environment (EPE) works to reduce poverty and promote sound management of environmental resources by ensuring equitable access to ecosystem goods and services, and fair distribution of natural resource benefits.
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.
The Access Initiative is the largest network in the world dedicated to ensuring that citizens have the right and ability to influence decisions about the natural resources that sustain their communities.