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STATEMENT: At COP21, Heads of State and Institutions Call for Pricing Carbon

  • carbon pricing
  • COP21
  • business opportunity
  • emissions
  • international climate policy
  • low carbon development
  • sustainable business
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Q&A with Alda Salomao: Natural Gas Project Threatens Community Land in Mozambique

  • access to justice
  • access to information
  • land rights
  • land tenure
  • natural gas
  • natural resources
Rural women on their way to the market. Photo by Ton Rulkens/Flickr
  • access to justice
  • access to information
  • land rights
  • land tenure
  • natural gas
  • natural resources

RELEASE: Launch of First Global Standard to Measure Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Cities

  • Cities
  • emissions
  • greenhouse gas accounting
  • sustainable cities
  • Urban Development
  • Cities
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How to Calculate Policies’ Effects on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  • International Climate Action
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  • GHG
  • GHG Protocol
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  • solar
Tunisia launched its renewable energy program, PROSOL ELEC, in 2010 to scale up solar photovoltaic systems in buildings throughout the country. Photo by World Bank/FLICKR.
  • International Climate Action
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What Will it Take to End the “Resource Curses?”

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  • Africa
  • extractive industries
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  • oil and gas
  • Principle 10
  • resource rights
  • transparency
Chad's oil fields continue to leach chemicals, create air pollution, and degrade Lake Chad. Photo credit: Carsen ten Brink, Flickr
  • access to information
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  • Africa
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New Map Documents Natural Resource Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

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  • Africa
  • extractive industries
  • governance
  • land rights
  • water
A farmer stands amidst a rice farm in Burundi, Africa. Photo Credit: Flickr/IRRI Images
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  • Africa
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Shedding Light on Land Tenure in Africa

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  • access to information
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Strengthening Cameroon’s Forest Governance: 3 Key Challenges for Cameroon’s REDD+ Process

  • Climate
  • Forests
  • access to information
  • Cameroon
  • governance
  • public participation
  • REDD
  • Climate
  • Forests
  • access to information
  • Cameroon
  • governance
  • public participation
  • REDD

33 Cities Test New Framework for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Inventories

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  • Brazil
  • Asia
  • China
  • climate change
  • emissions
  • emissions inventories
  • Europe
  • greenhouse gas protocol
  • greenhouse gas accounting
  • UNFCCC
  • Cities
  • Brazil
  • Asia
  • China
  • climate change
  • emissions
  • emissions inventories
  • Europe
  • greenhouse gas protocol
  • greenhouse gas accounting
  • UNFCCC
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Improving Freedom of Information in Uganda

  • Equity
  • access to justice
  • access to information
  • Africa
  • extractive industries
  • freedom of information
  • governance
  • oil and gas
  • public participation
  • Equity
  • access to justice
  • access to information
  • Africa
  • extractive industries
  • freedom of information
  • governance
  • oil and gas
  • public participation
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Avoiding the Resource Curse

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