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  • A man wearing a face mark hands a bag to a woman also wearing a face mask

    Climate, COVID-19, and the collaboration we need

    The coronavirus crisis has triggered unparalleled global action and exposed stark social and economic inequalities and system weaknesses.

    8 June 2020 | Event | Climate change
  • People serving food

    Podcast: Improving climate budgeting during COVID-19

    The latest episode of the People, Planet and Public Finance podcast was recorded shortly after Cyclone Amphan hit Bangladesh and India. The storm, and the damage it caused, showed the vital importance of budgeting for climate risks – even as countries confront the coronavirus pandemic

    5 June 2020 | News | Climate change
  • A man walking in a flooded street

    Transitioning to a better global ‘new normal’

    COVID-19 has changed our world. To mark Earth Day 2020, and the global call to act on climate change, we ask: what lessons can we apply from the pandemic response to help tackle other global crises, including the climate emergency?

    22 April 2020 | Blog | Climate change
  • women working in the landscape

    New podcast looks at costs of climate action for people of Bangladesh

    Rural households in Bangladesh spend the staggering sum of almost US$2 billion a year to respond to disasters and climate change – and the implications of that for the lives of men, women and children in the country is discussed in a podcast launched by IIED and the International Budget Partnership today

    23 January 2020 | News | Climate change
  • Fishing boats on the Bay of Bengal

    Cooperation vs. competition over shared fish stocks

    When fisheries straddle national borders, cooperation between countries to manage their shared resources sustainably and equitably is vital. Bangladesh and Myanmar have come together to work out the best way to do this for the hilsa shad, one of the region’s most commercially and culturally important fish

    23 April 2019 | Blog | Fisheries
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