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World Resources Inst 2h
NEW: By 2030, a , resilient economic recovery in Brazil could deliver a net increase of more than 2 million jobs & total GDP gain of US$535 billion. Learn more ➡️
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World Resources Inst 3h
New commissioned by on in the sector will be released on 18 August. Register for the webinar at 8:30am EDT here:
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WRI Aqueduct 22h
For the past 60 years, every decade has been hotter than the last, and 2020 is poised to be among the hottest years ever. The agony of extreme heat is profoundly unequal via
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World Resources Inst 22h
Using targets to guide short-term and can get countries on track to achieve the . Read 's new publication for key recommendations:
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BC Wildlife Fed. WEP 23h
Happy Did you know that restoring wetlands can provide huge economic benefits? Healthy wetlands provide numerous benefits and support both wildlife and people. Check out this article for more information:
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ipbes Aug 12
“Now is the time to recover better, by building more resilient, inclusive & sustainable cities” - , , & are working to support multi-level governance for people & nature to live in harmony in cities
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The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance Aug 11
From growing trees to repairing soil, entrepreneurs from across Latin America are creating new economic opportunities in rural landscapes. Is this you? Do you need support? Apply to the Latin America!
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Kaj Embren Aug 11
Consider the fact that there is 100 times more gold in a ton of discarded mobile phones than there is in a ton of gold ore. If we reduce food loss and waste by just a quarter, we could feed 870 million hungry people. via
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World Resources Inst Aug 11
"This is the genius of having begun very early implementing things...it becomes much more feasible." - - via and
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IsDB Engage Aug 11
Check out this article by on how nature-based flood mitigation can help river farmers 💧
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Global Forest Watch Aug 11
The “Research Horizons for Global Watch” webinar recording is now available! Watch the webinar for a preview of ongoing GFW .
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Anjali Mahendra Aug 10
A blog describing data and new methods of analysis from our recent research (available on ). 'Transport and Inequality: Why Disparities in Access Matter in Cities' | 
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@OceanPanel Aug 11
New commissioned by the on in the sector will be released on 18 August. Register for the webinar at 8:30am EDT here:
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Global Leadership Academy Aug 11
💧 is here & exacerbates water scarcity in . Institute's Risk Atlas shows the increased "stress level" (ratio of available resources and consumption)of many regions. In Germany several municipalities impose restrictions
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Nigel Topping Aug 11
19 countries and the EU have adopted targets; 100+ countries are committed to . Here’s how countries can win the :
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World Resources Inst Aug 11
The is looking for entrepreneurs from Latin America whose businesses restore land. You could benefit from mentoring, training, and investment. Apply NOW:
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World Resources Inst Aug 10
We're ! Intern, Communications, Climate Program. Learn more or Jobvite a friend.
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World Resources Inst Aug 10
Did you know that restoring landscapes can benefit ’s marginalized peoples? That’s one reason why these 15 entrepreneurs started their journeys
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Global Environment Facility (GEF) Aug 10
There are only ~20,000 lions in today, 10 times less than a century ago. 🦁🦁🦁 -funded -implemented helps preserve lion habitats, combat poaching and reduce human-lion conflict:
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World Resources Inst Aug 10
Some states are making fast reductions even though they already produce lower emissions. 's blog looks at the leaders and laggards on carbon intensity: |
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