Sarah Cohen, an intern with WRI’s Markets and Enterprise Program, also contributed to this blog post.
At last week’s Net Impact conference, WRI challenged teams of attendees to co
This week, Hurricane Sandy drew attention to the increasing climate-related risks f
The World Resources Institute (WRI) and our corporate partners are using a new twist on an old tool to spark inn
This article is one in a series of updates from WRI’s Next Practice research team to highlight tools and g
This article is one in a series of updates WRI’s Next Practice research team is sharing about its ongoing work wit
*WRI recently posted an InnoCentive Challenge aimed at helping local communities across the globe adapt to changing climate conditions over the next years and decades.
By Sara Richlin and Eliot Metzger on July 7, 2009
The state will receive $75.9 M to promote efficiency and renewable power as it looks to lead the Southeast in green job creation.
Public officials in the U.S. Southeast should recognize and carefully manage the relationships between energy and water.
New reports show the Southeastern states have big potential for clean energy and efficiency improvements.
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