Simple map of the Asian continent


WRI works with leaders and decision makers in Asia’s three biggest economies: China, India and Indonesia. We also work through partners in Southeast Asia, including on energy issues in Vietnam and the Philippines. 

International Offices

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    WRI China

    WRI China works with business, government and community leaders to shift the country onto a more sustainable development path.

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    WRI India

    WRI India works with local and national governments, businesses, and civil society to address India’s development challenges. We identify solutions that are both economically and environmentally sound.

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    WRI Indonesia

    WRI Indonesia works with leaders in government, business and civil society to help realize Indonesia’s environmental and economic potential with the ultimate aim of sustainably developing the country’s forestry, land-use, energy, cities, and ocean sectors.

World Resources Institute is a global research organization that spans more than 60 countries. Our Asia includes specific Projects and Initiatives alongside regional Experts that forward our vision to turn big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being.

  • Deep Dive Cities

    Deep Dive Cities

    Driving transformative change through long-term, cross-sectoral, data-driven engagement in cities to create a healthier, more resilient and sustainable urban environment for all. 

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    Sustainable Cities Challenge

    Uniting cities and innovators to expand safe, inclusive and sustainable urban mobility solutions fit for the future.

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    Empowering People to Build Resilient and Equitable Supply Chains: A CREST Initiative

    Over five years, the Ares Charitable Foundation, Jobs for the Future and WRI will partner with public and private stakeholders globally and in India, helping small businesses and individuals prepare for climate-resilient jobs and build an equitable, low-carbon economy.

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    Resilience and Adaptation Mainstreaming Program (RAMP)

    RAMP builds the institutional capacity of vulnerable country governments to better manage climate change risks and access adaptation finance.