On April 15-16, Indian and international experts will discuss the current scenario of sustainable transport and urban planning in India, and the opportunities for the future of sustainable cities
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The World Resources Institute (WRI) today announced the appointment of Dr. Lailai Li as the new country director of WRI China.
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The world’s largest multi-lateral development banks — led by the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, and others — committed to provide more than $175 billion over 10 years to support sus
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C40, ICLEI, WRI and partners achieve a significant milestone towards establishing a single standard for measuring emissions for cities
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On Wednesday, March 14, WRI’s Interim President, Manish Bapna, will be participating in a keynote panel discussion at the VERGE DC conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by Greenbiz.
Sustainable Urban Transport in India: Role of the Auto-Rickshaw Sector
This paper examines the role the auto-rickshaw sector can play in promoting sustainable urban transport in India. It develops a policy vision for this sector and presents recommendations on reforms to address sustainability challenges.
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