Natural resources and energy

Corruption and anti-corruption efforts in natural resources and energy sectors

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Corruption cuts across natural resource sectors. The risks affect extractive industries such as oil and gas. Forests, wildlife, and other renewables suffer too. Navigate anti-corruption research and policy advice to improve development results.

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