WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
  • Accelerating Building Efficiency: Eight Actions for Urban Leaders (May 2016). View here.
  • Can Transport Deliver GHG Reductions at Scale? An Analysis of Global Transport Initiatives (September 2016). View here.
  • The Trillion Dollar Question II: Tracking Investment Needs in Transport (April 2016). View here.
  • Private Investment in Public Transport: Success Stories for Brazilian Cities (October 2016). View here.
  • GHG Protocol for Cities (GPC) (2014). View here
  • Carsharing in Emerging Economies (December 2015). View here.
  • Carsharing in Hangzhou (December 2015). View here.
  • Toolkit for Community Participation in Pocket Parks (2016). View here.
WRI India Sustainable Cities
  • Safe Access Manual : Safe Access to Mass Transit Stations in Indian Cities (2015). View here.
  • Better Cities, Better Growth: India's Urban Opportunity. New Climate Economy, World Resources Institute and Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations. Tewari, M., Godfrey. N. et al. (2016). View here.
WRI Turkey Sustainable Cities
  • Safety Lab (2016). View here.
WRI Mexico Sustainable Cities
  • Guía DOTS para Comunidades Urbanas | EMBARQ Mexico (2016). View here.
  • Alternativas de financiamiento a Operadores de Transporte Embarq BID (2015). View here.
The World Bank (Transport and Climate Change)
  • Report: World Bank Transport Climate Resilience (November 2015). View here.
  • Low-carbon Transport Brief (December 2015). View here.
  • Blog: Making Transport Climate-friendly. By Pierre Guislain, World Bank Senior Director For Transport and ICT, Transport and Climate Change. View here.
  • Connections Note: Transport at COP21: Part of the Climate Change Solution. View here.
  • Connections Note: Advances and Challenges in “Intelligent Transportation”: The Evolution of ICT to address Transport Challenges in Developing Countries. View here.
The World Bank (Road Safety)
  • Global Road Safety Partnership Facility. View here.
  • Blog: Road safety is an issue of equity for the poor. By Bertrand Badre, Managing Director and World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer. View here.