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27 February 2015
Ground-breaking community-led approaches to combating wildlife crime around the world will be shared at an international symposium taking place in Muldersdrift near Johannesburg from 26-28 February, attended by researchers, community groups, government officials, UN agencies and NGOs. The findings will be taken to the high level wildlife conference in Kasane, Botswana in March
12 February 2015
International research organisations are stressing the need for climate agreements to support traditional farming, given its role in both adaptation and mitigation
19 January 2015
Senior Bangladeshi officials, researchers and IIED staff have met to review a project that aims to restore hilsa fish stocks and create a sustainable fishing industry in the country
15 January 2015
A website has been launched that focuses on large dams, irrigated agriculture, land tenure and family farming in West Africa: www.gwiwestafrica.org
15 January 2015
A website has been launched that focuses on large dams, irrigated agriculture, land tenure and family farming in West Africa: www.gwiwestafrica.org
24 December 2014
The International Institute for Environment and Development is pleased to announce that registrations are now being taken for the 9th annual International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation (CBA9), which will take place in Nairobi, Kenya from 23-30 April, 2015
19 December 2014
As the dust settles after the 20th Conference of the Parties (COP20), IIED sifts through the events in Lima
15 December 2014
In its latest report, the UK parliament's Environmental Audit Committee has warned that the government risks undermining new global development goals, following evidence that the UK has been seeking to limit their scope and ambition
10 December 2014
As the high-level section of the 20th Conference of the Parties (COP20) gathers pace in Lima, delegates warmly received the news that Australia has pledged US$166 million to the Green Climate Fund
10 December 2014
IIED director Camilla Toulmin tells the BBC's Science in Action that much of the soil across sub-Saharan Africa needs urgent attention if it is to feed the continent
9 December 2014
As people start to return to their homes in the wake of Typhoon Hagupit, the Philippines is to assume the next presidency of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF)
6 December 2014
The 2014 Development & Climate Days Story and Sound Art competition invited entrants to produce sound compositions that depict rising sea levels
4 December 2014
Extreme poverty and the impacts of climate change can be overcome by far-sighted, joined-up action on both at once, the Development and Climate Days event at UN climate talks in Peru will hear
3 December 2014
IIED will co-host a discussion at the Global Landscapes Forum in Lima, Peru, on Saturday on how forest landscapes can score Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
27 November 2014
Peru's farmers are able to access a greater diversity of potato varieties for climate adaptation, thanks to the continued work of a ground-breaking agreement between CIP, ANDES and the Association of the Potato Park communities
20 November 2014
Hundreds of policymakers, researchers and academics gathered for the 2014 Barbara Ward Lecture where climate expert Fatima Denton called for the narrative on Africa and climate change to be rewritten
11 November 2014
IIED has released a new photofilm profiling indigenous biocultural heritage territories and the role they play in development, conservation and adaptation
10 November 2014
A new 15-minute film documents a gathering of indigenous farmers from mountain communities around the world to exchange knowledge and ideas about protecting biodiversity and culture as the basis for adapting to climate change
3 November 2014
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released its Fifth Assessment Report, issuing the starkest warning yet on the perils of continuing with 'business as usual'
21 October 2014
IIED director Camilla Toulmin will discuss how the Least Developed Countries get their voices heard in international negotiations when she delivers a lecture on 23 October
15 October 2014
Violence in African, Asian and Latin American cities can no longer be seen as a problem that can be challenged and overcome through development programmes, says new research in Environment and Urbanization
7 October 2014
IIED is delighted to announce that the 2014 Barbara Ward Lecture will be delivered by renowned climate change specialist Dr. Fatima Denton
3 October 2014
Ten organisations have been selected to receive IIED funding for research into helping Asian cities adapt to climate change
23 September 2014
IIED's senior fellow, Saleemul Huq, has hailed the success of Sunday's People's Climate march in New York
17 September 2014
Poverty is not the only reason people illegally hunt wildlife in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, according to the Uganda Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (U-PCLG), whose new research shows that resentment toward conservation projects is just as big a factor

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