Does a shift in global policy debates toward the 'water-energy-food security nexus' translate into any real change in the way water is managed? Beatrice Mosello of ODI and Shehnaaz Moosa of CDKN report on the latest in 'nexus' debates from World Water Week. [more...]
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Join us at COP20 in Lima for two days of debate and dialogue, focused on bringing 'Zero Poverty, Zero Emissions, Within a Generation' within reach. We are in partnership with the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre, the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the Overseas Development Institute for this highly participatory event. [more...]
Tom Mitchell assesses the big issues for debate at the Africa Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction. [more...]
Roger Calow of Overseas Development Institute says this year's World Water Day theme of the 'water - energy - land nexus' should be approached with caution. [more...]
A new paper by Simon Maxwell, Executive Chair of CDKN, offers a five-point plan on how to win the public and policy argument on climate change. [more...]
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Prepared by experts associated with the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) programme for the Seventh Session of the UN General Assembly Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals, New York, 6-10 January 2014, this brief looks at disas…
In order to be prepared to deal effectively with disasters or crises, preparedness measures need to be put in place before a crisis occurs. This ODI report argues that the international community faces a challenge: to continue ‘feeding’ the bifurcated system or to alter and transform it
for the better.In order to be prepared to deal effectively with disasters or crises, preparedness measures need to be put in place before a crisis occurs. This ODI report argues that the international community faces a challenge: to continue ‘feeding’ the bifurcated system or to alter and transform it for the better. It recommends the establishment of a new global financing mechanism which can fund activities across the ‘emergency preparedness continuum’.