A new project will help identify and measure the water-related risks facing companies and their investors, and lead to better environmental decisions.
Sixty corporations today begin measuring the greenhouse gas emissions of their products and supply chains by road testing a new global framework that is part of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Initiative.
WHAT: For the seventh straight year, Jonathan Lash, president of the World Resources Institute, will hold a briefing for journalists to preview key environmental issues to watch this year.
Jonathan Lash, president of the World Resources Institute (WRI), will brief journalists on January 7 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on upcoming environmental issues in 2010, including climate, business action, water, forests and more.
A recent U.S. government raid on illegally sourced wood is a wake-up call to businesses.
What is the Lacey Act and how can companies comply? This fact sheet provides answers to frequently asked questions.
How industry has learned to live with (and perhaps even love) cap-and-trade in Europe.
What goes on behind the scenes of the different eco-labels? A new survey from WRI and Ecolabelling.org will find out.
Has cap-and-trade in Europe worked? WRI’s Senior Fellow Jill Duggan, who helped implement the EU trading scheme, sorts the myths from reality.
WRI Annual Dinner gathers leaders tackling today’s toughest environmental challenges, and raises more than $1 million to support WRI’s work.
Last night more than 350 people joined WRI at The Mandarin Oriental in New York to recognize two visionary leaders who have blazed new paths to protect the environment and improve people’s lives.