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Latest publications on this Web site:

RELEASE: Latin America and the Caribbean Working Toward Carbon Neutrality Through Landscape Restoration
¤ Ally Friedman ¤ 19 June 2019
RELEASE: Latin America and the Caribbean Working Toward Carbon Neutrality Through Landscape Restoration17 countries commit to restoring degraded lands to help the region achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (June 18, 2019)— Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (...) read more

Local Communities Aren’t Just Climate Victims. They’re Climate Adaptation Leaders
¤ Wil Thomas ¤ 18 June 2019
Local Communities Aren’t Just Climate Victims. They’re Climate Adaptation Leaders Comments|Add Comment|PrintCommunity farming in Democratic Republic of the Congo. Photo by Russell Watkins/Department for International Development “Poor and vulnerable” is a common refrain in climate change stories. (...) read more

Transformative Adaptation in Livestock Production Systems
¤ Wil Thomas ¤ 18 June 2019
Working Paper Featured Resource read more

Besides Buying Renewables, How Can Companies and Cities Create a Greener Grid?
¤ delger.erdenesanaa@wri.org ¤ 17 June 2019
Besides Buying Renewables, How Can Companies and Cities Create a Greener Grid? Comments|Add Comment|PrintBuying renewable energy is just one of several ways to help green the electricity grid. Photo by Oran Viriyincy/Flickr. Corporations have driven much of the recent U.S. investment in (...) read more

ADVISORY: Press Call Featuring Caribbean Ministers on International Climate Action, European Council Decision
¤ Ally Friedman ¤ 14 June 2019
ADVISORY: Press Call Featuring Caribbean Ministers on International Climate Action, European Council Decision td padding:10px; border-right:1px solid white; vertical-align: middle; td padding-left:10px; padding-top:8px; padding-bottom:8px; border: none; tr:nth-child(odd) background: #fff; (...) read more

Bonn Negotiations Can Set a Strong Foundation for Higher Ambition. Here’s How.
¤ Hayden Higgins ¤ 14 June 2019
Bonn Negotiations Can Set a Strong Foundation for Higher Ambition. Here's How. Comments|Add Comment|PrintBonn climate conference in 2014. Flickr/UN Climate Change Negotiations at COP24 in December 2018 in Katowice, Poland, concluded with a set of guidelines, colloquially called the Paris (...) read more

Why Does the Paris Climate Agreement Need a Rulebook? 7 Questions and Answers
¤ delger.erdenesanaa@wri.org ¤ 13 June 2019
Why Does the Paris Climate Agreement Need a Rulebook? 7 Questions and Answers Comments|Add Comment|PrintNegotiators at COP24 agreed on a rulebook for the Paris Climate Agreement. Photo by UN Climate Change. The adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2015 was a historic moment for the global (...) read more

How Long-Term Visions for Climate Can Advance the G20 Economic Agenda
¤ Hayden Higgins ¤ 13 June 2019
How Long-Term Visions for Climate Can Advance the G20 Economic Agenda Comments|Add Comment|PrintG20 economies must make plans now for long-term sustainability. Flickr/Steven Feather Ministers from the world's largest and most powerful nations will convene later this week in Nagano, Japan for (...) read more

Scaling Up Ambition: Leveraging Nationally Determined Contributions and Long-Term Strategies to Achieve the Paris Agreement Goals
¤ Wil Thomas ¤ 13 June 2019
Working Paper Featured Resource read more

RELEASE: Companies Can Now Quickly and Accurately Monitor Deforestation Around the World
¤ Ally Friedman ¤ 11 June 2019
RELEASE: Companies Can Now Quickly and Accurately Monitor Deforestation Around the World Cargill, Golden Agri-Resources, Louis Dreyfus Company, Mondelēz, Olam, Procter & Gamble and Unilever among 80+ groups using GFW Pro to see and prevent deforestation in their supply chains UTRECHT, (...) read more


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