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This Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) focuses on land restoration interventions in the Peruvian Andes and the socio-economic benefits for the community.
This report reviews the concept of mine site relinquishment, scans global practices, and discusses challenges, key considerations, and policy steps.
This report explores how voluntary sustainability standards are being used in trade policy to increase the trade of more sustainable products between developing countries.
Guiding Principles for the Preparation of Financing Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation in Developing Countries
This report provides seven guiding principles for effective financing strategies for climate change adaptation prepared by developing country governments.
This report explores recent market trends in the sugar cane sector, what these trends mean for producers in developing countries, and what can be done to improve farmers' incomes.
This publication contrasts the legal frameworks for environmental and social impact assessments in three mineral-rich jurisdictions.
This brief explores the need for, benefits of, and strategies to align developing countries' financing strategies for adaptation with other national financing strategies.
This policy brief covers the pivotal choices in the design of border carbon adjustments, aiming to provide useful insights to policy-makers and set the ground for the broader discussions about the best practices.
This IISD policy brief looks into border carbon adjustment design elements that are priorities for international cooperation, as well as the possible venues, formats, and shapes that such a discussion might take.
This digital story provides the latest evidence regarding the G20's progress in aligning public financial flows with the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.