A Mexican company uses microbes to reduce chemicals used in agriculture and water treatment.
Online contest raises awareness about the public health benefits of sustainable urban development and transport in Latin America and Caribbean.
Six environmentally focused companies from emerging markets to present to investors;
Keynote by Mac Heller, Executive Chairman of CODA Automotive, panel discussion, and more
“Reefs at Risk Revisited” report presents comprehensive analysis of threats to coral reefs
The Cancun climate talks concluded today with countries agreeing by consensus to move ahead with an international agreement on climate change.
The National Network for Sustainable Urban Mobility in Mexico was launched today by FedEx Corp. and its operating companies with EMBARQ – The World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport.
Taryn Fransen, Smita Nakhooda, Eric Chu, Heather McGray
This matrix helps policymakers compare the National Climate Change plans of five developing countries: India, Brazil, China, Mexico and South Africa.
EMBARQ – The World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport is one of six organizations awarded a total of $125 million by Michael Bloomberg to implement programs in low- and middle-income countries to prevent death and disability from road traffic crashes. This is the largest single donation ever for international road safety.
Public-private partnership recognized by John F. Kennedy School of Government
EMBARQ - the World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport - today receives the 2009 Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership from Harvard University for its work in establishing Mexico City’s Metrobus, a sustainable transit project in one of the world’s most populated and congested cities.
Petrobras, Ford Brasil, Wal-Mart Brasil, and Whirlpool are some of the first companies to voluntarily measure and publicly report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions using the Brazil GHG Protocol Program, a project of the World Resources Institute (WRI).
The New Ventures directors answer questions about what small, sustainable companies can do to boost local economies and protect the environment.
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