Tom Bigg's blog posts

3 May 2017 |

A cross-party report finds the UK government is falling behind on its commitment to sustainability, but the election provides an opportunity for all parties to show the way forward.

17 February 2017 |

One year on from the Sustainable Development Goals coming into effect, IIED asks whether the international consensus underpinning the goals is strong enough to drive the shift from vision to creating real political change. 

1 March 2016 |

"Leave no-one behind" has become a key phrase in interpreting the Sustainable Development Goals, but we should think carefully about what it implies.

28 January 2015 |

The post-2015 sustainable development agenda promises a better future – but only if some awkward realities are confronted.

3 July 2012 |

While the outcomes from Rio +20 may not currently give grounds for much optimism, its value is likely to be in longer-term changes in attitudes and understanding.

Tom Bigg's blog posts with other authors

Halina Ward and Tom Bigg
23 December 2016 |

Southern civil society organisations increasingly face numerous disruptive forces and are often effective sources of necessary disruption themselves. Halina Ward and Tom Bigg explore how funders can support these organisations in ever more uncertain times.