Worldwatch Institute Projects

The Worldwatch Institute focuses on the 21st-century challenges of climate change, resource degradation, population growth, and poverty by developing and disseminating solid data and innovative strategies for achieving a sustainable world. For more than three decades, Worldwatch research has been the gold standard in sustainability analysis for decision makers in government, civil society, business, and academia.

The Worldwatch Institute is currently engaged with the following projects:

Climate & Energy
 
Providing realistic and practicable avenues toward sustainable energy in the Caribbean and Central America.

Supporting Low Emissions Development Strategies in the Energy Sector

Supporting innovative sustainable energy solutions and assisting countries in crafting successful climate-resilient development strategies.

  

 

Food & Agriculture

Regenerative Animal Farming

Evaluating environmentally sustainable solutions to reduce hunger and global poverty.

 

Environment & Society

EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet (Upcoming)

What does the next generation need to learn to face the challenges of a rapidly changing planet?

Can a City Be Sustainable?

Experts examine the core principles of sustainable urbanism and profile cities that are putting these principles into practice.

Family Planning and Environmental Sustainability Assessment

Assessing the impact of family planning on environmental sustainability.

 

Regional Programs

China Program

Helping decision makers better understand the environmental challenges and opportunities facing China. 

Caribbean Program

Helping decision makers better understand the environmental challenges and opportunities facing the Caribbean region. 

India Program

Helping decision makers better understand the environmental challenges and opportunities facing India. 

 

 

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