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Overseas Development Institute - Theme: Climate Change

How to achieve the SDGs by 2030 – lessons from 50 case studies

The Sustainable Development Goals risk losing momentum in 2017. To stay on track, we need to focus on what works. [más]…

Zombie energy: climate benefits of ending subsidies to fossil fuel production

Ending subsidies to fossil fuel is often a missing piece of comprehensive climate action plans. This paper shows how ending them is crucial to climate change mitigation. [más]…

Africa's new climate economy: economic transformation and social and environmental change

This report offers insights for policy makers seeking to deliver better growth and a better climate in African countries.

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Trade implications of climate policy after the Paris outcome

This issue of UNCTAD's Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics reviews the outcome of COP21 and analyses some of its possible impacts on trade. [más]…

FAQ: coal, poverty and the environment

The impact of coal is felt by society broadly, but most acutely by the poor. This page explains how coal has specific impacts on the poorest. [más]…

Urban sanitation markets: scale and resilience

An event jointly organised by members of the UK Water Network (UKWN) and ODI, focussing on working with markets for sustainable and resilient sanitation service delivery.

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ODI in conversation with Professor Lord Stern

Professor Lord Stern, Chair of LSE's Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, joins ODI's Kevin Watkins in conversation ahead of COP21 Paris. [más]…

Sum of parts: making the Green Climate Fund's allocations add up to its ambition

This working paper examines the resource allocation approaches of 15 climate, environment and development funds, drawing on these experiences to understand how they might inform the design of the Green Climate Fund’s allocation system.

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FEATURE: Understanding climate change finance flows and effectiveness – mapping of recent initiatives: 2013 update

This paper provides an overview of the large number of initiatives that have been implemented to assist developing countries manage their response to climate change, both through information provision and policy-relevant analysis. [más]…

More than meetings: the way forward on climate finance

'At the COP 19 in Warsaw, Christiana Figueres sent governments back home with a command: 'Governments, and especially developed nations, must go back to do their homework so they can put their plans on the table ahead of the Paris conference'. [más]…

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