Global corruption report: Climate change
This report by Transparency International explores major climate-related corruption risks, sets out practical guidelines and calls on strengthening of governance mechanisms to reduce corruption risk and make climate change policy effective and successful.
The Global Corruption Report explores the corruption risks related to tackling climate change. From international policy-making to national level mitigation and adaptation strategies and with a special focus on the forestry sector, the GCR draws on the expertise of more than 50 experts and practitioners from the anti-corruption movement and the climate change field.
Report: Tackling corruption risks in climate change.
Opinion: How climate ready are we?
Report: India corruption study 2010.
Report: The global competitiveness report 2010–2011.
Report: International GHGs Offsets and global climate mitigation.
Order: Mitigation of what and by what?
Report: Taking CDM beyond China and India.
Report: Environmental finance for pro-poor development.
- Environmental rule of law: tracking progress and charting future directions
- Detox development: repurposing environmentally harmful subsidies
- SDGs progress report 2022
- Human Development Report 2019
- World Development Report 2017: governance and the law
- Global food security index 2016: an annual measure of the state of global food security