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News, 6 February 2018
Read the January edition of the IIED newsletter, rounding up all our publications, blogs and news from last month.

IIED's January newsletter (Image: IIED)

In the latest newsletter, we highlight two important blogs from IIED director Andrew Norton. In the first of the two blogs, 'Changing landscapes: key issues for action on sustainable development in 2018', Norton shares his insights into the key trends and debates on climate change and sustainable development that might happen in 2018. In the second, 'Geoengineering and development – what price on equity and justice in the coming climate culture wars?', he explores some of the science and unanswered questions around divisive, untested technologies such as carbon dioxide removal and sunlight reflection.

Also in this edition, IIED principal researcher Barbara Adolph looks at how sustainable land use can be mainstreamed for the benefits of people and the planet. She highlights the new IIED-led, GCRF-funded SENTINEL project, that will use innovative ways of working to address the challenge of producing enough food for Africa's growing and increasingly urbanised population, while conserving vital ecosystem functions and reducing inequalities.

Make sure you look at IIED's best videos of 2017. Video can be a powerful tool for communicating sustainable development issues. In 2017, IIED uploaded 132 videos to our YouTube channel. In this 'best of' list we highlight some of the videos we published that helped us deliver research and information in different ways.

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