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IIED at 50

This year, 2021, marks 50 years since the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) commenced its work.

We have 4 items tagged with ‘IIED at 50’.
  • Rural landscape with plants growing in the land. People gather in the background

    IIED at 50 must be ready to listen and change: Liz Carlile and Tara Shine in conversation

    As IIED turns 50, Liz Carlile talks to board chair Dr Tara Shine about what the institute represents now and where it needs to go in the future

    19 August 2021 | Article | Communication
  • 50 years

    IIED at 50: protecting people and planet for half a century

    This year, we celebrate IIED’s 50th birthday. We didn’t get here alone: we wish to thank all those who have been instrumental in our journey: partners, donors, supporters and challengers.

    8 June 2021 | Article | Communication
  • Earth from space

    Fifty years on, 'Only One Earth' rings true

    On IIED’s 50th birthday, director Andrew Norton links our founder’s vision with the urgent global crises of today and finds new hope for change in locally-led social movements

    8 June 2021 | Blog | Communication
  • Barbara Ward in the audience

    IIED's founder: Barbara Ward

    The founder of IIED, Barbara Ward was a pioneering economist, writer and lecturer. She was one of the first people to articulate the concept of sustainable development and what was needed to underpin it, and her vision still inspires IIED's work today

    20 August 2014 | Article | Communication
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