The landmark Paris Agreement on climate change came under tough scrutiny from members of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, but Dr. Andrew Steer said a clean energy economy would "create hundreds of thousands of more jobs, increase GDP and save families money on energy bills."
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Das Pariser Abkommen ist eine umfassende, rechtlich bindende Vereinbarung, um die Herausforderungen des Klimawandels im Rahmen des Völkerrechts zu bewältigen. Es steht damit in einer Reihe vergleichbarer Vereinbarungen, die politischem Willen auf höchster Ebene Ausdruck verleihen. Es stimmt, dass das Abkommen verbindliche und unverbindliche Elemente beinhaltet; insgesamt ist es jedoch auf Beständigkeit angelegt:...
The new international climate agreement comes into effect only after 55 countries representing at least 55 percent of global emissions sign onto it.
Monitoring Implementation and Effects of GHG Mitigation Policies: Steps to Develop Performance Indicators
The paper outlines three steps in developing indicators for monitoring performance: formulating a list of possible indicators, selecting indicators to monitor performance, and collecting and monitoring data.
WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer revealed 2016's top stories to watch when it comes to the environment, economy and sustainability.
Transport is both a challenge and a solution to climate change and international development. The Transforming Transportation conference, which takes place January 14th and 15th, will explore how local officials, urban planners and other stakeholders can turn international transport commitments into concrete actions on the ground.
New WRI research finds that a U.S. carbon price would go beyond computer model predictions and encourage emissions reductions by changing the behavior of producers, consumers and investors throughout the economy.
WASHINGTON (January 12, 2016)- President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address, which included combating climate change and hinted at additional actions the U.S. can take.
Following is a statement from Andrew Steer, President & CEO, World Resources Institute:
After more than 10 years of negotiations, REDD+, a program to reduce deforestation and forest degradation, is finally permanently enshrined in an international climate agreement.
The urgent imperative of tackling climate change is rarely associated with the dry science of budgeting and fiscal policy—but it should be. Director of WRI's Governance program Mark Robinson explains.