Learn more about the global carbon budget from our new infographic.
This map shows the change in protected areas in Cameroon between 1995 and 2008.
Ocean advocate Céline Cousteau and cartoonist Jim Toomey (creator of Sherman's Lagoon) teamed up with the World Resources Institute to bring you Coral Reefs: Polyps in Peril.
The Interactive Forest Atlas of Cameroon is a living forest information system, combining the use of remote sensing, mapping, and ground-truthing to monitor and manage forests.
This video is a brief summary of WRI's 30th Anniversary Dinner recognizing Michael Bloomberg, and honoring Jonathan Lash and Stephen Ross. The dinner took place at the Mandarin Oriental, in NYC.
Since 1982, the World Resources Institute has been making big ideas happen at the intersection of people and the environment. This video briefly explains three WRI success stories that give only a glimpse into the richly diverse work that we do.
The UK has made a substantial effort to mobilize climate finance. GBP 1.06 billion had been spent and committed as of November 2011.
The U.S. FSF contribution of $5.1B reflects a positive effort made in challenging political and economic circumstances, but there is more to be done.
Take a tour of coral reefs around the world with the World Resources Institute's Reefs at Risk project and Google Earth.
Sous la direction de l'Institut des Ressources Mondiales (World Resources Institute - WRI), une vaste collaboration entre de grands instituts de recherche et organisations de conservation a permis de réaliser une étude cartographique mondiale des menaces qui pèsent sur les récifs coralliens de la
El Instituto de Recursos Mundiales (World Resources Institute - WRI) y sus socios han publicado el "Reexamen de Arrecifes en Peligro."