Brianna Craft's blog posts

11 April 2018 |

We're incorporating feedback to sharpen our theory of how the Least Developed Countries can extend their influence in international climate change decision making.

4 April 2018 |

In March, experts on technology development and transfer gathered in Copenhagen and Bonn to take forward the work of the UN climate negotiations. IIED supported representatives of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to present proposals that would work for them. 

19 January 2017 |

We've developed a theory of change to better understand how the Least Developed Countries can influence international decisions on climate action. Is our theory up to the job? We want to hear from you.

27 October 2016 |

As the Paris Agreement enters into force, IIED has been examining how two of the world's poorest nations are playing a leading role in the climate diplomacy needed to define the rules for its implementation. 

13 October 2015 |

While COP21 in Paris is the crucial summit where a climate change agreement could be reached, it will be the culmination of ongoing climate diplomacy between different states. Brianna Craft looks at what's involved.

7 August 2014 |

Effective climate diplomacy can help Least Developed Countries make sure their interests are reflected in international negotiation outcomes.

6 November 2013 |

Gaps between the expectations of developing countries and the low emissions targets and climate finance promised by developed countries must be bridged at the Warsaw climate talks.

2 July 2013 |

In mid-June, the United Nation’s negotiating session concerning what will become the future international agreement on climate change ended in Bonn, Germany. The agreement, which is expected to be adopted in 2015 and come into force by 2020, promises to be radically different from the existing climate treaties.

Brianna Craft's blog posts with other authors

Susannah Fisher and Brianna Craft
27 March 2015 |

Climate negotiators are discussing how to set a global goal for climate change adaptation. It's important for the negotiators learn from experiences and evidence gained at country level – so they can develop a goal that reflects differing national realities.