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Tackling food insecurity: From emergency to resilience

What can we do to fight the global food crisis, especially in the most vulnerable regions? Our latest episode of The Development Podcast examines food security and resilience with experts from NASA and the World Food Programme.

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Climate Action Game Changers: The Solar Story

Solar’s moment has been decades in the making, but today solar is seen as an essential tool to both close the energy gap and decarbonize. Discover how the World Bank’s support over 25 years has been instrumental in supporting solar projects.  

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Reality Check: Climate Policies with Real-World Results

The World Bank’s Reality Check report highlights 25 successful climate policies from countries as disparate as Egypt, Niger, China, and Peru.

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