Today’s announcement from the White House suggests that significant emissions cuts could save money–along with the environment.
A wrap-up of key messages from EMBARQ’s Transforming Transportation 2010.
Please join the World Resources Institute (WRI) for a discussion and presentation by Mohamed El-Ashry, a board member of the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), on the Arab Forum’s recently released report on how climate change is affecting the Middle East.
Sixty corporations today begin measuring the greenhouse gas emissions of their products and supply chains by road testing a new global framework that is part of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Initiative.
I was surprised to learn from Nordhaus and Shellenberger’s recent piece in Foreign Policy that WRI has magical powers.
By Heather McGray and Brian Lipinski on January 17, 2010
Over the past several years, a number of analysts have attempted to estimate the costs of adaptation for the developing world.
WRI President Jonathan Lash previews the key environmental issues to watch in 2010.
Here is a summary of a civil society consultation WRI had with the World Bank Group’s (WBG) Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), on the IEG’s review of the effectiveness of the WBG environmental and social safeguards.
WHAT: For the seventh straight year, Jonathan Lash, president of the World Resources Institute, will hold a briefing for journalists to preview key environmental issues to watch this year.
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