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Building Morocco's resilience : inputs for an integrated risk management strategy (English)

Top decision makers and governments worldwide are witnessing an accelerating number of major shocks-global financial crises, hyper-volatility in commodity prices, devastating natural disasters, intercontinental pandemics as well as the changing nature of terrorism threats. ... See More +

Working Paper 83782 JAN 30, 2014

Michel-Kerjan, Erwann; Scawthorn, Charles; Baeumler, Axel E. N.; Banerjee, Aditi; Rondot, Pierre; Medouar, Mohamed; Mahul, Olivier; Boudreau, Laura; Davila-Bonazzi, Antonia; Dana, Julie French

Building Morocco's resilience : inputs for an integrated risk management strategy : Renforcement de la resilience du Maroc : apports pour une strategie de gestion integree des risques (French)

Top decision makers and governments worldwide are witnessing an accelerating number of major shocks-global financial crises, hyper-volatility in commodity prices, devastating natural disasters, intercontinental pandemics as well as the changing nature of terrorism threats. ... See More +

Working Paper 83782 DEC 06, 2013

Michel-Kerjan, Erwann; Scawthorn, Charles; Baeumler, Axel E. N.; Banerjee, Aditi; Rondot, Pierre; Medouar, Mohamed; Mahul, Olivier; Boudreau, Laura; Davila-Bonazzi, Antonia; Dana, Julie English

Sustainable low-carbon city development in China (English)

Cities contribute an estimated 70 percent of the world's energy-related greenhouse gases (GHG). Their locations, often in low-elevation coastal zones, and large populations make them particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. ... See More +

Policy Note 67226 FEB 29, 2012

Baeumler, Axel; Mehndiratta, Shomik; Ijjasz-Vasquez, Ede Chinese

Sustainable low-carbon city development in China (Chinese)

Cities contribute an estimated 70 percent of the world's energy-related greenhouse gases (GHG). Their locations, often in low-elevation coastal zones, and large populations make them particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. ... See More +

Policy Note 67226 JAN 01, 2012

Baeumler, Axel; Ijjasz-Vasquez, Ede; Mehndiratta, Shomik English

Handshake : IFC's quarterly journal on public-private partnerships (4) (English)

This issue includes the following headings: mass rapid transit: a tool for urban expansion; financing: beyond sovereign guarantees; and low-income housing: lessons from Latin America. ... See More +

Newsletter 80654 JAN 01, 2012

Oliveira, Tanya Scobie [editor]; Buckholtz, Alison [editor]; Cobbett, William; Joshi-Ghani, Abha; Samad, Taimur; Andrés, Luis; Baeumler, Axel E. N.; Baker, Judy L.; Bhagat, Vipul; Chatterton, Isabel; Delay, Jeanine; Delmon, Jeff; Delmon, Victoria; Ehrhardt, David; Gallo, Joshua; Gawith, Isabella; Hoornweg, Dan; Ijjasz-Vasquez, Ede; Leber, John; Mandri-Perrott, Cledan; Marin, Philippe; Mehndiratta, Shomik; Perard, Edouard; Russell, Cathy; Sislen, David

Conserving the past as a foundation for the future : China-World Bank partnership on cultural heritage conservation (Chinese)

The rich cultural heritage of China is an essential touchstone of its collective identity. The country's archaeological sites, historic architecture, expressive arts, cultural landscapes, and ethnic diversity also are treasured around the world. ... See More +

Working Paper 65899 SEP 01, 2011

Ebbe, Katrinka; Licciardi, Guido; Baeumler, Axel English

Conserving the past as a foundation for the future : China-World Bank partnership on cultural heritage conservation (English)

The rich cultural heritage of China is an essential touchstone of its collective identity. The country's archaeological sites, historic architecture, expressive arts, cultural landscapes, and ethnic diversity also are treasured around the world. ... See More +

Working Paper 65899 SEP 01, 2011

Baeumler, Axel; Ebbe, Katrinka; Licciardi, Guido Chinese

Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City (SSTEC) : a case study of an emerging eco-city in China (English)

China is experiencing rapid and large scale urbanization, and the resulting local and global urban environmental challenges are unprecedented. The Chinese Government has fully recognized these challenges and is aiming to promote more sustainable urbanization in line with the objectives of the eleventh five year plan, which calls for 'building a resource-conserving and environmentally friendly society'. ... See More +

Working Paper 59012 NOV 01, 2009

Chen, Mansha; Filewood, Richard; Baeumler, Axel; Zhang, Yabei; Al-Jamal, Khairy; Pinnoi, Nat; Peterson, Charles; Dastur, Arish; Randale, Monali Chinese

Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City (SSTEC) : a case study of an emerging eco-city in China (Chinese)

China is experiencing rapid and large scale urbanization, and the resulting local and global urban environmental challenges are unprecedented. The Chinese Government has fully recognized these challenges and is aiming to promote more sustainable urbanization in line with the objectives of the eleventh five year plan, which calls for 'building a resource-conserving and environmentally friendly society'. ... See More +

Working Paper 59012 NOV 01, 2009

Chen, Mansha; Filewood, Richard; Baeumler, Axel; Zhang, Yabei; Al-Jamal, Khairy; Pinnoi, Nat; Peterson, Charles; Dastur, Arish; Randale, Monali English