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Conference of the Parties (COP) 18

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  • A pick up truck lies mostly submerged under a water in a flooded street.

    Five moments from 2012 that could spell change for the planet

    The big events and non-events from this last year that could have long-term repercussions on the sustainable development of our planet, from IIED's Director.

    7 January 2013 | Blog | Climate change
  • A delegate at COP18 in Doha  (Photo:  N. Palmer/CIAT, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    IIED at the COP18 UN climate summit

    Qatar hosted the 18th UN climate summit. IIED researchers attended the talks and supported negotiators from the Least Developed Countries

    20 December 2012 | Article | Climate change
  • A villager gathers medicinal bark in Mozambique

    Investing in sustainable productivity could secure REDD+ schemes long term

    Putting less emphasis on carbon payments and more on supporting sustainable enterprise could give REDD+ projects longer-term financial security.

    13 December 2012 | Blog | Climate change
  • Climate protestors in Doha. Photo: adopt a negotiator

    COP18 Q&A: outcomes of the Doha climate talks

    What are the major outcomes from the climate talks and what does it all mean for developing countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change? We spoke with Saleemul Huq, senior fellow with IIED's Climate Change research group, for his analysis.

    12 December 2012 | Article | Climate change
  • Climate protestors in Doha, Qatar.

    Seven ways to reignite climate action after dismal Doha

    The latest round of UN climate change negotiations – the COP18 conference in Doha – made only modest progress. Set against the elephantine size of the global climate problem, this achievement looks like a mouse.

    10 December 2012 | Blog | Climate change
  • COP18 Q&A: Latest from the Doha climate change conference

    What is happening at the climate negotiations in Doha and what might the developments mean for countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change? We spoke with Saleemul Huq, senior fellow with IIED's Climate Change research group, for his analysis on recent developments.

    6 December 2012 | Article | Climate change
  • A man stands by a tree stump in Mozambique.

    REDD+: What is needed to make it work for the poor?

    While REDD+ is aimed at reducing emissions from forests, its effectiveness will depend on how much the benefits trickle down to those living closest to the forest.

    6 December 2012 | Blog | Forests
  • Saleemul Huq

    Video updates: COP18 UN Climate summit

    Find out what the key issues facing the least developed countries are as the climate talks progress. Watch our daily live video updates from Saleemul Huq, Senior Fellow at IIED, from the climate talks in Doha.

    28 November 2012 | Blog | Climate change
  • Protestors march during UN Climate Talks in Copenhagen.

    People power critical for tackling climate change

    As understanding of the severity of climate change rises, it’s increasingly clear that a negotiated global agreement on climate change is not enough – civil society has a central role to play too.

    26 November 2012 | Blog | Climate change
  • Men survey a flooded road in Kenya.

    Rich nations fail to meet 8 climate-finance pledges analysis shows

    Rich nations score poorly on climate finance in most detailed analysis to date and have failed to keep promises to provide poorer ones with funds to tackle climate change.

    26 November 2012 | News | Climate change
  • Fellowship award winners interviewing climate change negotiators in 2009.

    Apply for a Climate Change Media Partnership journalist fellowship to report on COP18

    The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) is proud to announce the launch of a Fellowship program that will send journalists to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Doha (COP18) in late 2012. The Fellowships are open predominantly to journalists from developing countries, but journalists from the US and Russia are also welcome to apply.

    16 May 2012 | News | Climate change
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