In 2020, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Green Growth Knowledge Partnership (GGKP) joined forces with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the Economics for Nature (E4N) team to launch the Natural Capital for African Development Finance (NC4-ADF) initiative to lay the foundation for mainstreaming natural capital in African develo

Africa’s Development Dynamics uses lessons from Central, East, North, Southern and West Africa to develop policy recommendations and share good practices across the continent.

Nature-based solutions for green infrastructure – such as managing fresh water flows, improving agricultural productivity or planting native vegetation – provide multiple benefits to people, communities and their environment.

This technical report provides a set of recommendations to help plan, design, and implement nature-based solutions (NbS) for adaptation that enhances biodiversity and ecosystem integrity. This report aims to help civil society organizations and actors who are managing or otherwise supporting climate change adaptation and development projects.

To meet the larger vision of achieving Zero Carbon Emission Goal, Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways has launched ‘Harit Sagar’ the Green Port Guidelines.

Confronted with an increase in floods, droughts and other natural hazards, cities and regions are alert to find climate proof solutions that overcome the limitations of traditional grey infrastructure.

The fragility of the Himalayan ecosystem was recently highlighted by incidents of land sinking in Joshimath, a small hill town in India’s Uttarakhand.

The Nature Risk Profile: A Methodology for Profiling Nature Related Dependencies and Impacts guideline aims to enable the financial sector to measure and address nature-related risk by providing scientifically robust and actionable sustainability analytics on nature impacts and dependencies.

The cost of living crisis is the biggest short-term global risk while the failure of climate mitigation is the number one long-term concern, according to this Global Risks Report 2023 by the World Economic Forum.

This report reviews current agricultural policies in China and their role in support of China’s broader environmental goals. The policies reflect an expansion of agricultural policy objectives to better manage China’s limited and overburdened natural resources.