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What do the Least Developed Countries want from COP21?
A series of nine new interviews brings together different voices from the world's Least Developed Countries to ask what they want from COP21 in Paris
REDD+ in Paris – what could be in it for people and forests?
Curbing climate emissions means managing and using existing forests and land sustainably. An IIED Paris workshop will look at how REDD+ can be made more effective, while supporting local communities
Driving change by supporting action at the local level
A new mapping project highlights the importance of local action in delivering global change
But, what is the Africa position?
IIED trustee Fatima Denton reflects on Africa's position ahead of COP21 and sees a mix of threat and opportunity
What will speed up the micro-grid revolution?
For investors to have greater confidence in micro-grid electricity generation, more attention needs to be paid to ensuring technology operates well in rural communities
IIED at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21)
LDC climate action plans estimated to cost US$93.7 billion per year
Mapping innovative governance for sustainable development
A champion for the most vulnerable
French lead drive for global climate agreement
Wanted: more inclusive, resilient, sustainable cities
Policy and planning
Natural resources issues
Shaping sustainable markets papers
Environment & urbanization
Coffee and carbon offsets for smallholders: can carbon financing promote cleaner coffee in Nicaragua?
The Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme: can carbon financing promote sustainable agriculture?
Climate adaptation funds
A fair climate deal in Paris means adequate finance to deliver INDCs in LDCs
Institutional challenges for peri-urban water supply in Can Tho, Vietnam
Vulnerable communities: climate adaptation that works for the poor
Vulnerable communities: getting their needs and knowledge into climate policy
Testing REDD+ in the Beira Corridor: Who drives land use and land-use change, and why?
Reforestation, carbon sequestration and agriculture: can carbon financing promote sustainable smallholder activities in Nicaragua?
Reforestation, coffee and carbon in Sierra Piura, Peru: can carbon financing promote sustainable agriculture?
Pastoralism pays: new evidence from the Horn of Africa
Food vs forests in sub-Saharan Africa: a challenge for the SDGs
Ten principles to help assess funding for local climate adaptation
Applying three dimensions of equity to REDD+
Carbon investors and smallholders: a symbiotic relationship
IIED Annual Report 2014/15
Advancing gender equality in the post-2020 climate regime
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