WRI’s new report, Making Adaptation Count, proposes a framework for monitoring and evaluating adaptat
Today, WRI releases Climate Science 2009-2010, the latest installment in our periodic review of the state of play of the scienc
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As the climate changes, the global community and national governments both need to take action to prevent the kind of humanitarian disaster underway In parts of the Horn of Africa.
How can national policies support communities to adapt to climate change?
Floating gardens, raised homes, and reflections from the field.
By Gro Harlem Brundtland, Special Envoy on Climate Change for the UN Secretary-General on February 28, 2011
The two defining challenges of this century are climate change and poverty. Our challenge is to find a way to deal with both, at the same time.
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By Manish Bapna and Kelly Levin on February 10, 2011
As well as urgently cutting emissions, nations everywhere need to take steps to adapt to a very different world.
What are countries doing to prepare for climate change? A World Resources Report side event in Cancun highlights pioneering case studies from the developing world.
By Manish Bapna and Jacob Werksman on November 29, 2010
An update from the International Anti-Corruption Conference.
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