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  • A soup stall in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Many of the urban poor rely on frequent food purchases, often cooked food prepared by street vendors (stefans_box, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    How the urban poor define and measure food insecurity

    There is growing interest in food consumption and its links to urbanisation but the views of the real experts, the urban poor, do not get the attention they deserve. IIED and the Asian Coalition for Housing Rights are asking poor women in cities in Cambodia and Nepal about the challenges of putting food on the table

    14 March 2018 | Project | Food and agriculture
  • Cambodia's rural population is heavily reliant on small-scale rice production. The Clean Sugar Campaign campaigns against large-scale plantations that push smallholders off their land (stefans_box, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Holding actors in agricultural investment chains to account

    When communities lose access to land, or their livelihoods, as a result of large agricultural investment projects, what can they do? An IIED webinar examined how mapping out the investment chains and using 'pressure points' can help

    22 October 2015 | Blog | Communication
  • Phnom Penh: activists, students, monks and community members deliver  a petition to Cambodia's National Assembly calling for increased protection for the country's natural resources (Photo: Luon Sovath, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    IIED to host webinar on promoting accountability in agricultural investment chains

    Join us for a webinar on 11 September to discuss how communities groups can take action to get increased accountability in agricultural investment chains

    19 August 2015 | News | Communication
  • Men sit in a wooden boat in Sumatra.

    Using incentive mechanisms to conserve biodiversity

    How and what incentives work to conserve biodiversity and ensure positive sustainable development outcomes?

    15 July 2015 | Article | Biodiversity
  • Sign on community property near Kampala, Uganda (Photo: Rachael Knight/Namati)

    Using the law for resource justice

    Large-scale resource development can threaten people's land and environment. Now a new initiative is bringing grassroots organisations together with international lawyers to fight for resource justice

    28 April 2015 | Blog | Land acquisitions and rights
  • Cambodia's farmers face an uncertain future as the climate changes (Photo: Lorena Pajares via Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

    Cambodia to climb climate change readiness ladder

    Cambodia is one of several countries that are developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks to track different climate change actions at national as well as local levels

    3 April 2014 | Blog | Climate change
  • Senbetge, in Ethiopia's Amhara region is prone to droughts and flooding. Credit: EC DG ECHO (Creative Commons Licence)

    Six nations to share progress on measuring adaptation to climate change

    The governments of six countries will share their experiences of assessing the effectiveness and developmental impacts of climate change adaptation, at an international meeting in Kenya on 24-27 March.

    19 March 2014 | News | Climate change
  • A man in Uganda stands by a digger sitting next to a dirt road.

    US Supreme Court dims a light in corporate accountability

    A recent US judgment is a setback in efforts to improve corporate accountability, but promising developments elsewhere are creating new opportunities.

    1 May 2013 | Blog | Land acquisitions and rights
  • Polluted river

    Time to join the dots on environmental murders

    In recent days the blood of environmentalists has flowed once again. A man in China got beaten. A man in Thailand was shot dead.They are just the latest in a long, and fast growing, list of people whose exposure of environmental crimes has made powerful men their enemies.

    28 February 2013 | Blog | Communication
  • A forested area in Mondulkiri province, eastern Cambodia that is being cut down and burned. Few trees remain standing in the picture.

    Journalists are dying – literally — to tell stories of environmental plunder

    It’s a sad reflection of reality that my first reaction to the news of Hang Serei Oudom’s murder was not one of shock or surprise.

    19 September 2012 | Blog | Communication
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