This blog post was co-authored by Franz Drees-Gross, Director, Transport and ICT Global Practice, and Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Senior Director, Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice.…

Franz Drees-Gross, Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez |

© Flore de Préneuf/World Bank The more we know about our rapidly changing environment, climate, and demographics, the more we learn about how critical forests are for our resilience, overall…

Werner Kornexl |

En décembre dernier, James Dooley Sullivan embarque, avec son fauteuil roulant, sur un vol à destination de la Jamaïque. Graphiste et monteur vidéo pour le Groupe de la Banque mondiale, il veut…

James Dooley Sullivan |

In East Africa and West Africa, about 300 million people living in dryland areas rely on natural, resource-based activities for their livelihood. By 2030, this number could increase to 540 million…

Magda Lovei |

Près de 300 millions d’Africains de l’Est et de l’Ouest vivent en zone aride et dépendent d’activités liées au milieu naturel pour survivre. Un chiffre qui pourrait atteindre 540 millions en 2030…

Magda Lovei |

The Joint Secretariat of High Level Panel on Water and Connect4Climate announced today that the winner of the Instagram Photo Competition — #All4TheGreen Photo4Climate Contest Special Blue Prize…

Water Communications |

Last November, 345 “Zika Warriors” took to the streets of Jamaica to fight the spread of the Zika virus in 30 communities. These local residents trained as vector control aides to prevent Zika…

Silpa Kaza, Lisa Yao, Jiwon Park |

Photo: Sarah Farhat/World Bank Group What exactly do we mean by green growth? For us, it’s not just about riding bikes and planting trees. The Korea Green Growth Trust Fund (KGGTF) defines green…

Eun Joo Allison Yi |

 A sea turtle rests on a rock in Guinea-Bissau. Photo credit: IBAP In Ghana, coastal erosion and rising seas are burying some seaside villages, like Fuveme, which is now completely under sand.  As…

Peter Kristensen |