You are here

All rights reserved

Displaying 21 - 30 of 32
  • Publication

    The Going Rate

    What it really costs to drive

    Tackles the problem of estimating true transportation costs. Makes a case for transportation reforms and argues that these initiatives are unlikely to get off the drawing board unless and until U.S. drivers pay more of the true costs of transportation.

  • Publication

    World Resources 1992-93

    Guide to Global Environment

    World Resources reports are definitive references on the global environment, containing the latest information on essential economic, population, and natural resource conditions and trends for 147 countries.

    publication
  • Publication

    Global Biodiversity Strategy

    Guidelines for action to save, study and use Earth's biotic wealth sustainably and equitably...

    Offers the most systematic and comprehensive plan ever devised to protect the world's total stock of genes, species, and ecosystems....

  • Publication

    Drowning the National Heritage

    Climate Change and U.S. Coastal Biodiversity

    Examines the status of coastal biodiversity and the potential impacts of climate change. Evaluate various policy responses and recommend specific changes to protect the biological wealth of these vital ecosystems.

  • Publication

    World Resources 1990-91

    Climate Change in Latin America Focus

    The World Resources Report offers essential economic, population, and natural resource data for 146 countries. With more than 150 tables, charts and figures.

  • Publication

    Keeping Options Alive

    The scientific basis for the conservation of biodiversity

    Not since the Cretaceous era ended some 65 million years ago have losses been so rapid and great. If the trend continues, one quarter of the world's species may be gone by 2050....

  • Publication
  • Publication

    World Resources 1988-89

    An Assessment of the Resource Base that Supports the Global Economy

    World Resources 1988-89 gives special attention to environmental conditions and trends in Asia and devotes a special chapter to the critical issue of rehabilitating degraded lands.

    publication
    Asia
  • Publication
  • Publication

    Money to burn? The high costs of energy subsidies

    Focusing on the role of energy in the global economy, this frequently quoted report notes that unstable and unsustainable energy prices have brought about many problems -- high inflation rates, world recession, and mountain debt burdens.

Pages

The Going Rate

What it really costs to drive

Tackles the problem of estimating true transportation costs. Makes a case for transportation reforms and argues that these initiatives are unlikely to get off the drawing board unless and until U.S. drivers pay more of the true costs of transportation.

World Resources 1992-93

Guide to Global Environment

World Resources reports are definitive references on the global environment, containing the latest information on essential economic, population, and natural resource conditions and trends for 147 countries.

publication

Global Biodiversity Strategy

Guidelines for action to save, study and use Earth's biotic wealth sustainably and equitably...

Offers the most systematic and comprehensive plan ever devised to protect the world's total stock of genes, species, and ecosystems....

Drowning the National Heritage

Climate Change and U.S. Coastal Biodiversity

Examines the status of coastal biodiversity and the potential impacts of climate change. Evaluate various policy responses and recommend specific changes to protect the biological wealth of these vital ecosystems.

World Resources 1990-91

Climate Change in Latin America Focus

The World Resources Report offers essential economic, population, and natural resource data for 146 countries. With more than 150 tables, charts and figures.

Keeping Options Alive

The scientific basis for the conservation of biodiversity

Not since the Cretaceous era ended some 65 million years ago have losses been so rapid and great. If the trend continues, one quarter of the world's species may be gone by 2050....

World Resources 1988-89

An Assessment of the Resource Base that Supports the Global Economy

World Resources 1988-89 gives special attention to environmental conditions and trends in Asia and devotes a special chapter to the critical issue of rehabilitating degraded lands.

publication
Asia

Money to burn? The high costs of energy subsidies

Focusing on the role of energy in the global economy, this frequently quoted report notes that unstable and unsustainable energy prices have brought about many problems -- high inflation rates, world recession, and mountain debt burdens.

Pages

Stay Connected

Sign up for our newsletters

Get the latest commentary, upcoming events, publications, maps and data. Sign up for the biweekly WRI Digest .