BIC’s Environment and Climate Campaign focuses on promoting development finance that advances agreed international environmental goals & standards and ecological & social justice, especially with respect to forests and climate. We do this by ensuring International Financial Institutions (IFIs) meet their environmental commitments, are transparent as to their environmental and human impacts, and that these impacts benefit people and respect their rights & the value of the ecosystems they depend on. We focus particularly in supporting Indigenous People and local communities in their roles as forest stewards.
Can a new coal plant solve South Africa's energy problems?
Will a transport project in Bolivia implement lessons learned on preventing gender-based violence...
Land management and territorial development planning in Colombia is important. But whose land...
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How will a natural gas-fired power plant northwest of Cairo affect farmers' access to water?
How has a power plant in Gujarat affected local fishermen?
How will the Oyu Tolgoi mine affect water resource management?
How will dams on the Selenge and Orkhon River in Mongolia affect agriculture?
How will a cement plant in Egypt affect the health of nearby residents?
Country Forest Notes Analysis
November 01, 2018
Why Country Forest Notes, Why Now?
September 28, 2018
Colombia and The World Bank’s Territorial Development Policy Financing:...
July 10, 2018
New Report on World Bank Lending in Peru: Not Seeing the Forest—or...
June 21, 2018
How do World Bank Projects Impact Forests?
Spirited Away: Mongolia’s Mining Boom and the People That Development Left Behind
The World Bank Kosovo Power Project
The World Bank Group’s Peru Portfolio and Climate Change
Facilitating Indigenous Involvement in REDD+ in Costa Rica
Outsourcing Development: Lifting the Veil on the World Bank Group’s Lending Through Financial Intermediaries, How the IFC is Quietly Funding a Coal Boom
The Brazilian Safeguard Regime, Its Application, and Recommendations for the Future
Why CAS Should be Part of the Safeguard Review