The 12th Development & Climate Days will take place at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties 20 (COP20) meeting in Lima, Peru, in December, and registrations are now being accepted.
The Barbara Ward Lectures were established in honour of IIED's founder, Barbara Ward, a renowned economist, journalist, lecturer and policy advisor who was among the earliest advocates of sustainable development
The multiple causes of food insecurity – poverty, urbanisation, climate change – must be matched by a coordinated approach that addresses income, living conditions and affordable food, as well as resilience to climate change
The founder of IIED, Barbara Ward was a pioneering economist, writer and lecturer. She was one of the first people to articulate the concept of sustainable development and what was needed to underpin it, and her vision still inspires IIED's work today
In the third of four videoed conversations between the outgoing and incoming chair of IIED's board of trustees, Maureen O'Neil and Rebeca Grynspan discuss the ways in which IIED has contributed to global change