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The urgent imperative of tackling climate change is rarely associated with the dry science of budgeting and fiscal policy—but it should be.
A Trócaire policy briefing looking at the need for a rethink of Ireland’s, the EU’s and other major economies biofuels policies.
A research report outlining key findings and recommendations of a two-year project exploring household vulnerability and resilience to climate variability in Bolivia,
Climate change is the greatest injustice of our time; those who are doing least to cause it are suffering the most from its impacts.
Small businesses are critical yet often overlooked players in climate change adaptation.
By mid-century, Africa’s population is expected to nearly double — from 1.1 billion to 2 billion — pushing the demand for already scarce resources of soil and water.
Transparency and accountability of adaptation finance are critical to ensure that those who are most vulnerable to climate change receive the support that they need to
Developing countries need significant amounts of finance to help them adapt to the changing climate and follow a path of low-carbon development.
Ahead of next week's UN climate talks in Paris (COP21), IIED principal researcher Dr Achala Abeysinghe has been named as one of the top 15 female climate champion
As ministers from 80 countries gather in Paris for pre-meetings ahead of COP21, Achala Abeysinghe sets out a clear direction of travel for them to follow.