Reef ecosystems face both local and global threats. Here is what needs to be done to ensure the world's corals and mangroves are preserved.
In a landmark settlement, two U.S. government agencies are now required to consider the climate change impacts of overseas financing.
A new Policy Brief provides policymakers with a timely framework for maximizing economic, energy and climate-policy objectives.
As they respond to the worst economic crisis the Un
Midwestern governors deserve greater recognition for what they have done to implement a regional cap-and-trade program.
While it is true that states in the Northeast and the West hav
This chart assesses potential green-program impacts per $1 billion of U.S. government economic-recovery spending.
A Green Global Recovery? Assessing U.S. Economic Stimulus and Prospects for International Coordination
Well-tailored “green” components of a recovery effort can create jobs and stimulate the economy while achieving significant energy cost savings for businesses, consumers and the government.
A continuum of actions can be taken to reduce the impacts felt from climate change--from ‘pure’ development activities on the one hand to very explicit adaptation measures on the other.
Private Sector Adaptation in Southeast Asia
This report assists businesses in Southeast Asia to understand the need to adept to climate change; learn what other are doing in government, civil society and the private sector to promote adaptation; identify the risks and opportunities that climate change impacts present, and act on them.