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12 September 2017
To mark the launch of its new website, the GEC asked leading green thinkers to set out their personal vision of a green economy. Politicians, activists and industry leaders from around the globe responded. Now the GEC is asking: "What does 'a green economy' mean to you?"
6 September 2017
A conference in November will examine how to improve humanitarian aid and collaboration when crises hit urban areas
4 September 2017
Junior climate negotiators from Asia and the Pacific region will develop their climate negotiation skills at a training workshop in Sri Lanka this month
25 August 2017
Our latest forests newsletter reports on a recent learning event in Cameroon, profiles work in Indonesia and features new blogs and publications
14 August 2017
The latest legal tools newsletter reports on how we are helping citizens exercise their rights in relation to land-related decisions and investments
31 July 2017
We're keen to hear your views on IIED blogs and are running a short survey to find out more
18 July 2017
Read the urban IIED newsletter, which rounds up all of our coverage, publications, blogs and news on issues such as rural urban trade and the new urban agenda
13 July 2017
The Global Water Initiative (GWI) West Africa has released a new animation explaining how agreements between government and affected communities can be put in place to ensure large dams bring benefits to all
13 July 2017
The Global Water Initiative (GWI) West Africa has released a new animation explaining how agreements between government and affected communities can be put in place to ensure large dams bring benefits to all
6 July 2017
A new animation from the Global Water Initiative (GWI) West Africa highlights financial measures to help people affected by large dams
6 July 2017
A new animation from the Global Water Initiative (GWI) West Africa highlights financial measures to help people affected by large dams
28 June 2017
The International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples has called for support and legal protection for biocultural heritage landscapes and community conserved areas following an event in Peru
31 May 2017
Officials from African countries will have the opportunity to increase their climate negotiation skills at two training workshops in Dakar this June.
16 May 2017
Join our webinar on 6 June 2017 to discuss how rural people can increase the accountability in agribusiness investments, looking at examples from Cameroon, Ghana and Senegal
9 May 2017
As two new videos highlight the value of seeing community-based adaptation in action on the ground, register by 31 May to join this year's field visits at an international conference in Uganda
27 March 2017
IIED is inviting researchers, policymakers and businesses to participate in an online conversation about the transition to green and fair economies on 28 March, 2017
14 March 2017
A new film tells stories from inhabitants of the Stone Village in China, home to 220 Naxi ethnic families and a living example of the value of conserving biocultural heritage
26 February 2017
A survey asks stakeholders for their views on IIED's originality, engagement and effectiveness
26 February 2017
Delegates can now book their tickets for the 11th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA11)
9 February 2017
The Global Water Initiative (GWI) West Africa has released a new animation explaining how policymakers can work with local communities to protect the rights of people affected by large dams in West Africa
19 January 2017
IIED to host a "digital day" dedicated to artisanal and small-scale mining on 1 February, 2017, connecting mining stakeholders across the globe. Use #shareASM to follow the conversation
12 January 2017
Our new annual report animation illustrates how IIED is working with partners around the globe
2 December 2016
A side event at COP22 heard how governments in Kenya, Tanzania, Mali and Senegal are using decentralised structures to get climate finance into the hands of local government and out to climate vulnerable communities who need it most
22 November 2016
New research shows how indigenous communities are fine-tuning traditional knowledge to mitigate the risks of climate change
21 November 2016
With growing focus on the importance of driving the ambition for climate action, organisations focus on the need to increase the ambition for climate action

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