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Members of the Learning and Leadership Group, Georgette Sakyi-Addo and Collins Oppong, observe artisanal and small-scale miners in Tarkwa, Ghana (Photo: Gabriela Flores)
28 January 2016
A diverse group of national and community leaders will collaborate to turn Ghana's artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector into an engine for growth and equity
30 November 2015
The cost of all 48 Least Developed Countries (LDCs) implementing their post-2020 climate action plans, is estimated to be around US$93 billion a year, says a paper published by IIED
26 November 2015
Extreme poverty and climate change impacts, both already affecting millions of people worldwide, can be overcome by ambitious, climate-resilient development designed to tackle global inequality, say the organisations behind Development & Climate Days (D&C Days) – an issue at the very heart of this year’s critical UN climate change summit in Paris
18 November 2015
Researchers at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) are calling on negotiators at Paris COP21 to ensure that the most vulnerable people – including mountain communities – are given special attention in a robust and binding climate treaty next month
14 November 2015
Following the recent ‘pre-COP’ (Conference of the Parties) ministerial meeting, the chair of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Group is calling on the G20 to further the discussions and push for greater ambition ahead of the COP21 climate change negotiations
13 November 2015
Following US Secretary of State John Kerry's recent comments that the Paris summit might not deliver a legally binding treaty to fight climate change (like that of the Kyoto protocol), the chair of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) negotiating group had some strong words to share with the secretary
30 October 2015
The chair of the Least Developed Countries group, Mr Giza Gaspar-Martins of Angola, has responded to the UNFCCC's release of its synthesis of the INDCs submitted by the UNFCCC 1 October deadline
20 October 2015
Developed and wealthy nations must allow their policies to reflect the magnitude and urgency of action needed to tackle climate change, thus allowing a serious boost in ambition in this last round of climate negotiations before December's Paris UN talks, say the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Group

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