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  • The Agreement for Climate Transformation (ACT 2015) was a WRI-led consortium that developed a proposal for the design of an international climate agreement to catalyze climate action and move the world onto a low-carbon and climate resilient pathway.

  • Measuring, mapping and understanding water risks around the globe.

  • A new initiative to research and scale cutting-edge strategies that enable consumers to choose more sustainable foods

  • CAIT provides free access to comparable greenhouse gas emissions data sets, as well as other climate-relevant indicators, to enable analysis on a wide range of climate-related data questions.

  • WRI provides strategic advice on the development of best practices, regulations, and standards for CCS and participates in the development of national and international strategies for CCS deployment, consistent with environmental and social integrity.

  • Exploring challenges and opportunities to leveraging carbon removal strategies to help tackle climate change

  • A coalition of executives dedicated to inspiring ambition, mobilizing action, and accelerating progress toward achieving SDG Target 12.3 by 2030

  • The Network for China's Climate and Energy Information

  • Leading cities partnering with forests to combat climate change, protect watersheds and biodiversity, and improve human well-being

  • Building alliances between businesses, investors and government leaders to mobilize investment and create enabling environments for scaled clean energy in commercial and industrial sectors in Vietnam, Mexico, Colombia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

  • Working toward an equitable and ambitious international climate agreement in 2015 that is informed by science, considers the specific needs of the most vulnerable populations, and catalyzes sustainable development.

  • Stabilizing the global climate is one of the most urgent challenges in coming decades. Our warming world affects all people and ecosystems, particularly the poor who already suffer disproportionately from climate-change impacts.

  • Climate Watch offers powerful insights to help countries deliver on their climate and sustainable development goals.


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