Multilateral Development Banks can play a leading role in promoting more sustainable energy options.
p>Thousands of finance ministers and central bankers from around the world descend on D.C. this weekend for the semi-annual meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.
WRI’s Davida Wood answers questions on the current situation in Kyrgyzstan and its link to electricity governance.
p>The number of specialized courts that resolve environmental issues has grown from only a handful in the 1970s to more than 350 in 41 countries.
WHAT: A Call for Environmental Courts:
Judges, Public Confidence, Expertise, and Visibility
WHEN: Monday, April 19th 2010
3 pm to 4:15 pm EST
Cocktail Reception: 4:15 to 5 pm EST
WHERE: World Resources Institute is located at 10 G Street, NE, #800, Washington, DC 20002 (Union Station Metro)
As the UNFCCC prepares for its next formal meeting, questions about the Copenhagen Accord’s status remain.
Lawyers in India advocate for environmental rights, one case at a time.
To combat global warming, forests must be part of the solution. How can we make good forest stewardship a reality?
South Africa’s plans for a new coal power plant bring up difficult decisions for the World Bank.
WRI President Jonathan Lash previews the key environmental issues to watch in 2010.