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Eldis is one of a family of knowledge services from the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex. Eldis is funded by UKaid and Irish Aid. The aim of Eldis is to: * support the documentation, exchange and use of evidence-based development knowledge * communicate this knowledge effectively through a range of appropriately designed services, using the Internet (web and email) as the main communication medium for delivery * reach audiences of researchers, development practitioners and policy formers at national and international levels * play a role in the processes of evidence-based policy formation * provide this information and services free of charge at point of use.

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    FEATURE: Climate smart agriculture: Unlocking the puzzle

    Jules Siedenburg takes a critical look at ‘climate smart agriculture’ approaches, highlighting the prospects and challenges in achieving the ‘triple wins’ for climate adaptation, mitigation and development. He introduces the guide to online knowledge resources on climate smart agriculture, which he has created with CDKN support.
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    OPINION: The politics of ‘triple wins’ and trade-offs in climate compatible development

    Fatema Rajabali, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, assesses whether action on both climate change and development can be reconciled in a world of unequal power, diverse institutions and conflicting interests.
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    EVENT: Meeting the brokers who can help you navigate climate change data

    Participants at COP19 are invited to join the workshop, Transforming information into knowledge and climate action, organised by the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group, on Wednesday, 20 November 2013.
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    FEATURE: simplified way to search for energy and climate information

    CDKN reports on a new web tool making online scientific searches easier
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    PROJECT: Knowledge brokers collaboration – Automated tagging tool to make finding climate compatible information easier

    The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) and reegle, a unique clean energy information portal, are working with three partners (weADAPT, Eldis and OpenEI) on a project that aims to drastically improve the efficiency of tagging and categorizing clean energy documents with a new user interface.
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