The Resource Governance Index (RGI) measures the quality of governance in the oil, gas and mining sectors of 58 countries.
This report from the Woodrow Wilson Center gathers leading environmental security experts to analyze these underexplored aspects of responding to climate change.
This ODI report summarizes a set of scoping exercises carried out in early 2013 into the status of biofuel projects in five countries: Ethiopia, Indonesia, Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia.
This ODI paper considers the options available for resource-rich developing economies when deciding whether to implement SFIs to manage their natural resource wealth.
The Private Sector and Climate Change Adaptation:IFC Investments Under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience
This paper from the Bretton Woods Project looks closely at PPCR projects implemented under the World Bank's private sector lending arm, the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
This ICMM report presents the findings from a recent study, including those relating to the overall quantitative macro-economic mining activity in Brazil.
This paper from UNU-WIDER examines how foreign aid in particular can be used to achieve the joint objectives of development, mitigation of and adaptation to climate change in agriculture in the developing world.
This paper from DfID reviews evidence of the economic impacts of developing "green infrastructure" in fragile states in regards to their opportunity costs vis-a-vis "non-green" infrastructure developments.
This report from the Rainforest Foundation UK reveals the adverse impacts on forests and local people of biggest palm oil plantations in Congo Basin.