This is a selection of the many ways in which the World Bank Group is working to address climate and environmental challenges around the world.
To prepare workers for the future of work, governments should protect workers for change, not from change.
Growing concern over climate change and social issues are driving an unprecedented change in the way that money is invested today.
Infrastructure is not gender-neutral. Gaps in access to good infrastructure affect women disproportionately.
In many countries the size and currency composition of international reserves and government debt do not match each other.
World Bank president argues that new leadership must revamp agriculture and finance.