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Climate change economics

We have 6 items tagged with ‘Climate change economics’.
  • Man, wearing a blue tunic, stands on his back and looks at huts in the background

    COVID-19, debt relief, and the climate and biodiversity crises

    Join IIED on Wednesday, 9 September for an online discussion on how debt relief can be addressed through climate and nature programme swaps

    3 August 2020 | Event | Biodiversity
  • a young man walks along an irrigation channel

    Jobs, nature and the Green New Deal: lessons from the global South

    A new article in the 'Journal of Philosophical Transactions B' explores how experiences from large-scale social protection programmes in the global South could help us link two important elements of ideas for a Green New Deal, creating local jobs for a just transition while increasing ecosystem stewardship

    30 January 2020 | Blog | Biodiversity
  • Villagers in India dig out a silted-up water tank as part of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Act (Photo: McKay Savage, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    2019 – the way forward is a Green Decent Work Guarantee

    How can the world achieve a step change in the fight against climate change during 2019? IIED director Andrew Norton looks at the issues and suggests that a radical approach may hold the solution

    30 December 2018 | Blog | Climate change
  • A desert scene with plants growing in rows.

    Economics of climate change adaptation in the water sector

    This project explored pilot economic research to support climate change adaptation in the water sector of developing countries. It also aimed to build the capacity of developing country economists to contribute to action research

    1 August 2011 | Project | Climate change
  • Farmer standing in a field of crops.

    Costing and planning of agriculture's adaptation to climate change

    This project looked at how developing countries can best adapt their agricultural systems to climate change.

    23 June 2011 | Project | Climate change
  • Q&A: climate negotiations

    Interview with IIED's Dr Saleemul Huq on what the upcoming negotiations mean for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), what funding options for adaptation will look like with the advent of the global economic recession, why media coverage from a LDC perspective is so crucial and what we can expect to see from the big hitters at the climate conference in Copenhagen.

    17 March 2009 | Article | Climate change
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