The IIED blog

13 March 2014
IIED publishes an outline of 'our thinking' on research ethics, an output of our most recent strategy's 'research quality' objective
11 March 2014
A new framework for assessing the social impacts of protected areas will be key to ensuring conservation is effective, and contributes to human well-being and poverty reduction
11 March 2014
While many policymakers in the world's richest nations continue to deny the urgency of action on climate change, governments in the 48 least developed countries are pushing ahead with plans to adapt – or at least trying to
10 March 2014
To assess whether a promising approach to reduce poverty and conserve forests in Uganda really works, we need to use a randomised controlled trial, says Paul Hatanga.
10 March 2014
Life's too short for long, dull text – and when life itself is the topic, it is critical to get the message across in a quick, clear way.
10 March 2014
A focus on four key priorities could help Least Developed Country governments lift their citizens out of poverty by generating inclusive growth
7 March 2014
"In Our World" relates to IIED's world of environment and development. It connects us with what's going on in both the real world and online worlds
3 March 2014
Ensuring local communities benefit from wildlife is key to successful conservation in the long term and can also help to fight the illegal wildlife trade. Share your community success stories with us on World Wildlife Day.
1 March 2014
"In Our World" relates to IIED's world of environment and development. It connects us with what's going on in both the real world and online worlds
28 February 2014
The prize of better climate adaptation awaits nations that can evaluate their efforts at both national and local levels, so evidence from each scale can inform future plans and actions, say Simon Anderson, Irene Karani and Melq Gomes.

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