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.
How is the AfDB's Kampala-Jinja Expressway affecting people and the environment?
How will a cement plant in Egypt affect the health of nearby residents?
Can a new coal plant solve South Africa's energy problems?
How will the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia's Gobi desert affect nomadic herders' access to water?
How will dams on the Selenge and Orkhon River in Mongolia affect a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
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...
Learn about why upgrading the Ixiamas-San Buenaventura road is about more than just a road...
How has a power plant in Gujarat affected local fishermen?
The Bisri Dam aims to bring potable water to Lebanon's largest city, but at what cost?
What are the main weaknesses of the IDB Invest’s new Environmental...
December 14, 2020
BIC’s Policy Director testifies on the role of IFIs in Indigenous...
November 23, 2020
How can a Biden administration strengthen the United States’ role...
November 10, 2020
Why is climate change central to the World Bank's mission and how...
November 02, 2020
Mine Site Assessment Tool
Will the Country Forest Note's strong analysis lead Vietnam to achieve the intended results?
World Bank Group's Climate Commitments and its Investments in Fossil Fuels
The World Bank and Colombia’s Territorial Development Policy Financing: Whose land is it, anyway?
Opinion: A green recovery action plan for the World Bank
Zambia Country Forest Note: Is it a sustainable roadmap for managing forests?
Compromisos Climáticos del Grupo del Banco Mundial y sus Inversiones en Combustibles Fósiles
How does stakeholder engagement improve forest projects?