Ensuring tomorrow’s business leaders have the skills to make companies more competitive by viewing social and environmental challenges as unmet market needs that can provide business growth through innovation, entrepreneurship, and organizational change.
Biofuels have huge potential for renewable energy development. This
project assesses the impact of biofuel production on the environment
and agricultural structure, and how policy influences feedstock
production, technology change and the environment.
This project facilitates the development of globally consistent markets
for greenhouse gas emission reductions, which will form a critical
component of both U.S. policies and international agreements on climate
This project investigates ways to address the twin challenges of climate change and energy security within an integrated policy framework, and improve the understanding of these two issues in current legislation.
Ensures that the financial implications of environmental opportunities and risk are properly understood by financial institutions, investors and issuers and are appropriately reflected in the world’s capital markets.
The Green Fees initiative is identifying and analyzing a portfolio of tax reforms that would be both fiscally prudent and environmentally sound. WRI is educating policymakers and opinion leaders in order to build support for these measures.
The Green Power Market Development Group-Europe is a unique corporate renewable energy “buyers group” comprised of leading commercial and industrial energy users dedicated to building corporate demand and markets for renewable energy in Europe.
The Partnership for Principle 10 (PP10) is an international forum for governments, civil society organizations, donors, and other stakeholders to enhance public access to information, participation, and justice in national level decision-making.
The MA was a four-year international effort to assess the conditions and trends of the world’s ecosystems and the links to human well-being. This project will broadly disseminate the MA findings and seek to translate them into action.
WRI’s SDPAMs initiative aims to find ways to help major developing countries find policies and measures that meet their own sustainable development goals more effectively, while creating significant benefits for the global climate.