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Countries should step back and look at what their leaders agreed to in Copenhagen as they prepare for Tianjin and beyond.
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An Illegal Logging Case Study
This working paper explores the types of information and supporting data necessary to ensure that national strategies to reduce emissions are developed and implemented effectively. It does so by focusing on measures to address illegal logging, drawing on specific strategies and recommendations...
This paper was informed from an expert group meeting held at Columbia University, New York, on March 31, 2010.
This piece originally appeared on the World Bank Climate Change Blog.
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The World Bank must systematically address issues of environmental and social sustainability in its mainstream investments.