Brazil has turned its international climate commitments into national law, but that’s only the beginning.
WHAT: The World Resources Institute (WRI) will brief journalists on critical changes happening to forests in Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
WHAT: Residents, celebrities, cyclists, and government officials will take part in the first-ever Mumbai Car Free Day this Sunday in India.
The World Bank and other Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) are revising their environmental strategies for development planning. As they do so, they can and should integrate nature’s ecosystem services into their planning and decisions, says a new WRI report.
This summary provides a concise overview of S. 2877, the Carbon Limits and Energy for America’s Renewal Act (herein referred to as CLEARA), as introduced by Senators Cantwell and Collins on December 11, 2009.
Note: Small revisions were made to clarify certain aspects of the fossil fuel carbon cap targets and the price ceiling contained in the CLEAR act.
p>Department of Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Administrator Jane Lubchenco, a former board member at the World Resources Institute (WRI), unveiled plans this week to establish the
Federal legislators should look to the states for some key lessons on cap-and-trade.
This piece is third in a series from Visiting Senior Fellow Jill Duggan:
An explanation of how WRI conducts analysis of climate and energy proposals before the US Congress.
The National Network for Sustainable Urban Mobility in Mexico was launched today by FedEx Corp. and its operating companies with EMBARQ – The World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport.
Updates on the latest country pledges – will they be enough?