This report by World Bank suggests that an effective climate deal needs to frame development and climate within a single agenda. It shows how the global response to climate change can strengthen, rather than undermine, development in the world's poorest countries.

The EACC study has two broad objectives: to develop a global estimate of adaptation costs for informing the international community

The Project is a US$ 1 .I billion urban transport project which was approved on June 18, 2002. Of this total amount, US$463 million i s financed by an IBRD Loan and US$92 million by an IDA credit whereas the remaining US$568 million i s financed by the Government of India.

This report by Jon Padgham identifies and summarizes potential climate change impacts on agriculture in the developing world, examines causes of vulnerability, and suggests where investments are needed to better climate-proof agriculture.

This report describes a

This document presents the World Bank Group

This document presents the World Bank Group

This project paper seeks the approval of the Executive Directors to provide an additional Grant financing from the Global Environment Facility in the amount of US$7.49 million for the India Uttarakhand Decentralized Watershed Development Project

This report examines the policy responses of 49 developing country governments to world oil price movements in the last three years. The sample includes 16 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, 15 in Asia (Central, East, and South), 10 in Latin America, and 8 in the Middle East and North Africa.

The objective of the Biodiversity Conservation and Rural Livelihood Improvement Project for India is to develop and promote new models of conservation at the landscape scale through enhanced capacity and institution building for mainstreaming biodiversity conservation outcomes.