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The National State of the Environment Report (NSoER) is a comprehensive document that provides a snapshot of current environmental trends in Uzbekistan's socio-economic development for citizens, experts, and policy-makers in the country of Uzbekistan.
A subset of World Trade Organization members has finalized the legal text of an Agreement on Investment Facilitation. This Reader's Guide provides an overview of what's in the agreement.
This guidance document aims to make water retention monitoring a more accessible practice from a technical standpoint by demystifying some of the considerations required to get started.
How can sharing technological infrastructure support gender equality and serve the broad betterment of mining communities?
This year's annual report is a celebration of all things creative at the world's freshwater laboratory, from the science to music, photography and theatre.
These two reports unpack the complex landscape of voluntary standards and initiatives for carbon management to help private sector actors reach net-zero emissions.
Mainstreaming Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation
Discover tools, recommendations, and case studies on how to plan, design, and implement nature-based solutions for adaptation that advance gender equality and social inclusion while enhancing resilience, biodiversity, and ecosystem integrity.
This report explores recent market trends in the tea sector and explains why we need to get better at recognizing the social and environmental costs of tea production.
How can we do more to consider peace and conflict dynamics in climate change adaptation? Read our new guidance note to effectively initiate NAP processes while navigating conflict dynamics.
A brief highlighting that the multiple risks with LNG export projects in Mozambique undermine their expected contribution to economic development.