Sites and networks
In collaboration with our partners, we support and maintain a range of web sites dedicated to particular projects and initiatives.
The Conservation, crime and communities database is designed to provide a central reference point for practitioners and policymakers seeking ways to reduce wildlife crime by engaging with local communities.
Urban Africa: Risk Knowledge (Urban ARK) explores the relationship between natural hazards in urban areas and social vulnerabilities such as inadequate housing, lack of sanitation and crime.
IRF2015 is a collaboration of research institutes from across the globe that provides an independent source of critical thinking, integrated analysis and awareness-raising on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and a post-2015 development agenda.
A research initiative from the Sustainable Markets Group at IIED. It explores the use and impact of market governance mechanisms, such as certification, payments for environmental services and investment principles.
A site devoted to showing how the challenges of urban density can be met. It highlights work by architect, planner and social researcher Arif Hasan, and IIED's Human Settlements Group.
An IIED initiative focusing on whether market mechanisms can help to increase the services that watersheds provide and benefit local people. The site contains case studies and analysis from schemes in developing countries.
An international network, coordinated by IIED, for promoting dialogue and fostering learning on the links between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction.
A website about the concept of biocultural heritage, tools to protect it and research findings from IIED projects promoting resilient farming systems and local economies.
One of the most widely read and distributed journals in its field, E&U provides local researchers, NGO staff and professionals working in Africa, Asia and Latin America with the chance to write about their work, present their ideas and debate on issues.
The following sites have been archived to continue to provide useful access to resources and documents from completed projects.
The SUNGAS project aimed to go beyond the 'why' to focus on the 'how' to make the case for promoting sustainable decentralised energy service delivery.
A project focused on the modernisation of agrifood markets in emerging economies, and implications for small-scale producers.
Small-scale producers and standard in agrifood supply chains
Exploring opportunities for more favourable outcomes for small producers in developing countries to participate in international horticultural supply chains, given the rise of private standards.
Community websites set up by IIED in partnership with others specialising in environment and development topics.
These sites are open for new members to sign up to join.
A collaborative initiative involving IIED, Irish Aid Key Partner Countries and Partner organizations, which supports countries in designing and implementing country-driven, results-oriented and sustainable learning to address climate change.
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