The World Resources Institute (WRI) will host a series of panel discussions, featuring leaders in business, government and civil society, that will focus on how businesses can advance low-carbon and climate goals in the context of Rio+20.
How can policymakers deliver low-carbon development, particularly clean energy, at affordable costs?
Ten years ago, world leaders convened in Johannesburg to establish the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), global strategies designed to end
The Rio+20 informal sessions kicked off this week, and WRI’s experts are on the ground for all the action.
Can creating business value and promoting sustainable development go hand in hand? We think so, and so do many leading companies.
Despite 1992 Rio Earth Summit being the birthplace of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, climate change doesn’t hav
We are happy to announce the results of the project that we launched in May to assess how recent climate science discoveries can be mo
This post was originally published in Portuguese on EMBARQBrasil.org.
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