Critical swing votes on climate legislation in the U.S. Senate will come from a group of sixteen Democrats.
A consensus is emerging on technology transfer in an international climate agreement, though sticking points remain.
This graphic illustrates both areas of emerging consensus and sticking points among key players involved in enhanced international action on technology development and deployment.
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Priorities for Supporting the Rural Poor in a Changing Climateby , , and -
Reliable, long-term funding from the U.S. and other developed countries could help maintain forests and mitigate climate change.
WRI's analysis of emissions caps, allowances, offsets, and other critical components of the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
As climate talks continue next week in Bonn, WRI President Jonathan Lash explains why the U.S. should actively take part in negotiations.
Examining the role of adaptation in U.S. climate legislation and an international climate agreement.
Corporate Action for a Strong, Low-Carbon Economy
This report assesses how companies have fared in addressing “cutting-edge issues.” The experiences of our corporate partners illustrate important progress and barriers.
The United States has made green spending a key part of its stimulus packages in response to the domestic and global economic crisis.
In October 2008, Congress passed the Emergency Economic Stabi