The InterAcademy Council (IAC) released a report today detailing its findings on the processes and procedures of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Nestled amid the concrete and steel of midtown Manhattan, the Ana Tzarev Gallery was recently abuzz with talk of a completely different kind of ecosystem: coral reefs.
By Janet Ranganathan and Linnea Laestadius on August 26, 2010
Limited transparency around corporate sustainability risks can lead to investments that are bad for the environment, and investors’ bottom lines.
By Scott Thompson and Paul Doko on August 20, 2010
CAR government and people will now be able to track and monitor the country’s forests and logging concessions.
By Kemen Austin, Fred Stolle, and Sophia Elmore on August 18, 2010
A new WRI project will quantify forest degradation and associated greenhouse gas emissions in the forests of the Republic of Congo.
More than 60 companies have completed the road testing of new global standards designed to help measure the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of their products and supply chains.
This article originally appeared in The Solutions Journal.
Farmers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia could earn thousands a year in additional revenue if Congress passes legislation to create an interstate nutrient trading program – a cost-effective so
Leading companies are learning the value of ecosystems services, to the environment and to the bottom line.
By Janet Ranganathan and Linnea Laestadius on August 2, 2010
Can forest-rich countries learn from the mistakes of extractive projects and avoid unleashing their own resource curse?
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