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As China’s government prepares for a leadership change in November, many people are wondering what this will mean for key issues, including energy and climate.
This post was co-authored with Wendi Bevins, an intern in WRI’s Climate and Energy Program.
Even in the absence of an international framework for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, several countries, states, and provinces are developing and implementing
Australia, one of world’s most carbon-intensive countries, recently began implementing a comprehensive national policy
China and the United States have a lot in common.
New collaboration aims to make cities better places to live and work.
It’s a long way from Bonn to Bangkok—literally and figuratively. It would be a great understatement to suggest that the June session of the UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany…
Over the past several months, extreme weather and climate events in the form of heat waves, droughts, fires, and flooding have seemed to bec
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