Research published today shows that developed nations are failing to keep the promise they made last year to provide adequate finance to help the world’s poorest countries adapt to the impacts of climate change.
IIED has published a short briefing paper that explains the six key issues for governments to resolve at the COP16 climate-change negotiations that begin in Cancun, Mexico on 29 November.
Hundreds of millions of people across the world will receive daily updates on the latest international efforts to tackle climate change thanks to an innovative media support programme.
Continuum Books has just published Barbara Ward -- Her Life and Letters, a book by Jean Gartlan about IIED’s founder Barbara Ward.
A key water resource that will grow in importance as climate change takes hold is currently going largely unmeasured — with big implications for poor communities in developing nations, says research published today.
Markets for sustainable products have expanded significantly over the last five years, growing much faster than those for conventional products, according to the State of Sustainability Initiatives (SSI) Review 2010, published today.