To mark International Women’s Day, 8th March, a new briefing by the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) and Overseas Development Institute (ODI) highlights the need for specific gender-related measures to be included in the new global framework to reduce disaster risk.
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FEATURE: Luke Worthington, CDKN’s new Chief Operating Officer, on climate change, democracy…and athletics
CDKN’s Chief Operating Officer, Luke Worthington, has worked all over the world, and is well-placed to share insights on climate compatible development. He reflects on some of his experiences. [more...]
Disaster risk management often occurs in fragile and conflict-affected states, and efforts to develop a post-2015 global framework for disaster risk management must reflect this reality, argues Katie Peters of Overseas Development Institute. [more...]
Subhra Priyadarshini and Amantha Perera are recognised for their cutting-edge investigative reporting on climate compatible development during the CDKN/ Panos South Asia fellowship programme [more...]
Are public funds best spent subsidising the initial cost of trees or rewarding farmers for tree survival? Kelsey Jack shares findings from a recent CDKN-supported study. [more...]
The cutting-edge InfoAmazonia platform merges environmental data and on-the-ground reporting in South America; now Internews and its partners have launched a similar platform in Indonesia: 'Ekuatorial'. William Shubert explains what this 'geojournalism' is all about. [more...]