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Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP)

We have 8 items tagged with ‘Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP)’.
  • The morning fish auction at Mumbai's Ferry Wharf. Thousands of boats fish along the coast, putting acute pressure on fish stocks (Photo: lecercle, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Shaking the money pot to protect nature

    Nature gives us a lot: water, timber, minerals, biodiversity, food, clean air… But the perception that natural capital is endless and free leads to overuse and under-investment – and we constantly hear that there's not enough money to invest in the environment. The 22nd Poverty Environment Partnership conference asked how we can shake the piggy bank to give something back to nature

    25 July 2017 | Blog | Biodiversity
  • Durban Beach, South Africa (Photo: Darren Glanville, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Investing in natural capital to deliver the SDGs and reduce poverty

    With the meeting of the UN High-level Political Forum on sustainable development under way, Paul Steele discusses how natural capital can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and lift the poorest out of poverty

    17 July 2017 | Blog | Climate change
  • Six representatives of developing country governments – Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Mozambique, Nepal and the Philippines – shared their experiences of rolling out the sustainable development agenda at the 21st Poverty Environment Partnership meeting (Image: IIED)

    Country progress on putting the sustainable development goals into action

    The 21st Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP) meeting, held earlier this month by IIED and partners, focused on putting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into action

    23 June 2016 | Blog | Poverty
  • A farmer in Bangladesh (Photo: ranakmartin/CIMMYT, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Poverty Environment Partnership meeting focuses on Sustainable Development Goals

    This year's Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP) meeting will focus on learning from the South, climate resilient poverty reduction and inclusive green economies

    26 February 2016 | News | Poverty
  • Delegates at the 20th Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP) meeting integrate poverty and environmental issues into the global agenda in Edinburgh in late May (Photo: Matt Wright/IIED)

    Putting ourselves out of business – forward planning for the PEP

    The 20th Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP) meeting focused on the opportunities for an integrated approach to development as embraced by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but recognised that key challenges still remain to make implementation a reality

    29 June 2015 | Blog | Poverty
  • IIED's animation explains what the Sustainable Development Goals are and highlights why they matter (Image: IIED/Hands Up)

    Animating the universal ambition of the SDGs

    The Sustainable Development Goals' (SDGs) aspirational, wide-reaching agenda for change is brought to life in a new animation, commissioned by IIED

    3 June 2015 | Article | Policy and planning
  • The Poverty-Environment Initiative is celebrating its 10th anniversary at a meeting with partners in Edinburgh, Scotland (Photo: Matt Wright/IIED)

    Taking an integrated approach to eliminating poverty and sustaining natural resources

    As the UNDP-UNEP Poverty Environment Initiative celebrates its 10th anniversary in Edinburgh, guest blogger Michael Stanley-Jones explains how its integrated approach is key for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

    28 May 2015 | Blog | Poverty
  • User guide to tools for environmental integration

    IIED produced an online user guide to approaches (tools, methods and tactics) for mainstreaming (or integrating) the environment into development decision-making (referred to as environmental mainstreaming)

    1 September 2008 | Project | Policy and planning
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