Climate change blogs

14 July 2014
A workshop organised by IIED helped put the final touches on a forthcoming monitoring and evaluation framework, summarising key factors that influence social learning processes
11 July 2014
The Green Climate Fund is ready to get going but there is still some work to do, and there are still no firm pledges from developed countries in spite of recent progress
24 June 2014
How can urban development that reduces risk and boosts low-income residents' standard of living be supported? And how can community-led processes reduce poverty and build resilience? IIED staff and partners from Vietnam grappled with such questions last week in a workshop in Quy Nhon.
17 June 2014
Understanding and collaboration on the drylands teaches us much about adapting to climate change
4 June 2014
The Gambia's Special Climate Envoy identifies four themes for action on climate change in the UN negotiations and beyond
3 June 2014
President Obama's declaration on limiting emissions of carbon dioxide by a third from coal-fired power plants in the US marks the tipping point in US engagement in tackling climate change
22 May 2014
People across the European Union are going to the polls on 22 May. But why does Europe matter?
21 May 2014
The UNFCCC has taken significant steps to promote women's increased participation in the global climate change negotiations process. It's a gain for gender equality, but gaps remain
16 May 2014
We need to strengthen the capacity of people with disabilities so they can access the resources needed to adapt to climate change, says the Kathmandu Declaration that was launched last month
9 May 2014
What will you bring to the table to address the challenges of climate change? Emilie Parry, a volunteer at CBA8, draws comparisons between her recent experiences in Nepal and her time in Haiti

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