Bookshelf

Bookshelf

The IIED Bookshelf features books from external publishers that have been authored or edited by our researchers, or include chapters written by those experts. Each book listing includes related articles, blogs, reviews and author interviews. These book contributions support the institute's vision to strive for excellence in policy and action research that drives sustainable development.


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Book cover
19 July 2021

A book co-authored by IIED’s Aditya Bahadur and Thomas Tanner of SOAS makes the compelling case for a "resilience reset" – to take stock and chart a new path to enhance resilience in the world’s towns and cities, particularly in the global South

Cover of book: Urban poverty in the global South
25 May 2021

In this book Diana Mitlin and David Satterthwaite offer a comprehensive analysis on the state of urban poverty in the global South, analysing aspects such as inadequate nutrition, poor health, lack of security, low incomes and bad working conditions

Book cover
23 November 2020

IIED's Hannah Reid is among the authors of the chapter 'A framework for assessing the effectiveness of ecosystem-based approaches to adaptation'

Book cover
19 March 2020

A new book by Camilla Toulmin shows how villagers in Central Mali have experienced and responded to a wide range of challenges over the last 35 years

Book cover: Resilience – The Science of Adaptation to Climate Change
28 March 2019

The term ‘resilience’ – one of today’s hottest buzzwords in climate and development – comes under the spotlight in a new book that includes a chapter IIED’s Saleemul Huq has co-authored with researchers Yousuf Mahid and Nadine Suliman from the International Centre for Climate Change and Development

The front cover of the book ‘Urban Water Trajectories
30 January 2019

IIED’s Anna Walnycki authors a chapter in Urban Water Trajectories, a book that offers case studies crossing developed and developing country contexts to address key trends in debates on water in cities, as well as identifying the practical impact of politics about water in cities

 


Interviews

This YouTube playlist features video interviews with IIED researchers discussing their contributions to books, from the key messages stemming from the related research to who the book will interest.