Climate Change

The complex politics of global warming results from numerous cofactors arising from the global economy's dependence on carbon dioxide (CO2) emitting fossil fuels; and because greenhouse gases such as CO2, methane and N2O (mostly from agriculture) cause global warming.

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Natural Capital Accounts for Forests 2010 to 2015 : First Results and …

World Bank Group · 1 December 2020 English

The Government of the Republic of Zambia is developing natural capital accounts (NCA). This work is directed by a Steering Committee led by the Ministry of National Development Planning (MNDP), …


Georgia : Towards Green and Resilient Growth

World Bank Group · 1 December 2020 English

Georgia has made remarkable progress in terms of economic growth and poverty alleviation. In 2019, the country became an upper middle-income country Georgia’s endowment of natural resources is a significant …






Impacts of COVID-19 on the Private Sector in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations

World Bank Group · 26 November 2020 English

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a significant negative impact on the private sector in developing economies, and businesses and individuals in fragile and conflict-affected situations are among the most …





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