Sustaining Excellence: The 2008-2009 Annual Report of the International Institute for Sustainable Development
The 2008-2009 annual report describes program highlights and financial performance for the year ending March 31, 2009.
The report also includes a guest essay by Achim Steiner, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme; a compelling photo essay, telling the story of conflict-sensitive conservation in Africa; a perspective on the prospects for a post-2012 climate agreement; and a discussion of the principles of ecological goods and services.
You might also be interested in
Measures to Enhance Forest Conservation and Reduce Deforestation
This report outlines and compares various policy measures that Costa Rica, Gabon, Indonesia, Peru, and Rwanda have put in place to address deforestation.
A Sustainable Asset Valuation of the FAME II policy in India
This report presents the economic valuation of the second phase of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric (& Hybrid) Vehicles (FAME II) policy in India and demonstrates its economic, social, and environmental outcomes under different scenarios.
A Sustainable Asset Valuation of the Tirana–Durres Railway in Albania
This report presents the economic valuation of the Tirana–Durres railway in Albania, including its investment costs, added benefits, and avoided costs.
A Sustainable Asset Valuation of a Net-Zero Transport Strategy in Indonesia
This report presents the economic valuation of net-zero transport strategies in Indonesia—their investment costs, added benefits, and avoided costs—encompassing interventions such as investments in public transport, private vehicle electrification, teleworking, and decarbonization of the electricity supply.