Nepal’s government made a progressive change to its forest policy and transferred user rights for a large part of its forests to local communities. Today, 34% of Nepal’s forests are managed by…

Andrea Kutter, Andrew Mitchell |

With support from the PROGREEN Partnership for Sustainable and Resilient Landscapes, the World Bank is piloting a “Climate Resilience” tool for tree planting projects.

Paola Agostini, Garo Batmanian, Maurice Andres Rawlins, Olga Stradysheva |

We depend on our ocean for the future of life on earth, and our ocean depends on us to heal the harm we have inflicted on Mother Earth.

Craig Foster, Dr. Jane Goodall, Shweta Khare Naik, Pawan Patil |

Indonesia’s ecosystems have the potential to support the country’s economic growth, sustain livelihoods for millions of people and mitigate climate change. This huge potential sometimes also…

André Rodrigues de Aquino, Anna Henttinen |

What if development practitioners, city planners, community organizers, and other decision makers could build more resilient systems to help people thrive in a sustainable way? What if projects…

Kanta Kumari Rigaud, Angelica V. Ospina |

South Asia is one of the most vulnerable regions to climate change and loss of biodiversity. In 2021, the world needs to hear a united voice from South Asia at the multilateral conferences in…

Shyam Saran |

As we celebrate the International Earth Day, the challenges of climate change are foremost on our minds. What does climate change mean for Latin America and Caribbean (LAC)?

Anna Wellenstein, Valerie Hickey |

A new report shows how fiscal reforms can positively influence forest conservation and ecosystem health as part of the climate and sustainable development policy mix.

Marcello Estevão, Karin Kemper |