Listen to this webinar to hear from a diverse group of speakers representing vulnerable communities on the frontlines, international aid agencies, and resilience experts.
Cities are not only at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic, they are also likely to see lasting changes from it, from their physical form to economic and community structure.
As governments consider longer-term economic recovery and rebuilding, key transport experts discuss opportunities for investment into public transport as economic stimulus towards a broader agenda of environmental, social and health benefits.
Leading experts discuss how multilateral banks can ensure their responses not only address the current crisis, but lay the groundwork for a more stable, inclusive, and sustainable future.
State and private sector leaders discuss shovel-ready infrastructure opportunities that can create jobs and stimulate economic growth in the short-term in the U.S.
The first in a series of virtual seminars about how policymakers and leaders can design coronavirus stimulus packages to create jobs and foster inclusive, sustainable economic growth.
A parched and burning Australia is just the latest evidence of the devastating impact of water scarcity. And it’s getting worse. New research from WRI shows that our use of this precious resource is on course to outstrip supply by an even larger amount than previously thought.
As we embark on a new decade, WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer shares insights on why the year ahead will be critical for people and the planet.
Andrew Light, WRI Distinguished Senior Fellow, joined C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss the effects of climate change, U.S. national and subnational climate policy, and the implications of withdrawing from the Paris Agreement.
Dr. Andrew Steer, WRI’s President & CEO, shared insights on stories related to the environment, economy, and international dynamics in the coming year.