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  • Three elephants in the savanna

    Conserving wildlife: how insurance can help

    A short five-minute video filmed in Kenya and Sri Lanka makes the case for a new form of private insurance – a product that will cover the risks and consequences of human-wildlife conflict for households and in doing so, reduce the likelihood of animal deaths

    7 July 2022 | News | Biodiversity
  • Negotiators on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership discuss the treaty in Brussels in May 2015 (Photo: European Parliament, Creative Commons, via Flickr)

    Investment treaties and citizens' power: lessons from experience

    There are growing calls to reform international investment law, but how can we ensure that the people affected by these decisions are part of the debate?

    7 September 2015 | Blog | Law
  • A girl studies under the light of a rechargeable solar lamp

    Improving people’s access to sustainable energy

    1.3 billion people have no electricity and 2.7 billion people do not have clean and safe access to energy for cooking. This means that around 40% of the world’s population breathe in toxic smoke created when burning charcoal, wood, coal or animal waste to cook their food.

    26 October 2012 | Project | Energy
  • A Raika man leading his sheep and goats to graze in the contested Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.

    How communities are protecting their biocultural resources with community protocols

    As delegates gather for the 11th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity this photostory looks at why two communities in India and Borneo have developed community protocols.

    2 October 2012 | Blog | Biodiversity
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