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The least developed countries report 2018

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2018
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GEO Small Island Developing States outlook

While Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have bountiful supplies of renewable resources and an island culture that is iconic of paradise, the challenges ahead are daunting. While the future cannot be predicted, the development of plausible futures built on combinations of realistic outlooks ca

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2014
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Keep it fresh or salty : an introductory guide to financing wetland carbon programs and projects

Wetlands have been the focus of conservation and restoration efforts for over a century, and governments, international actors (NGOs and academia) and local communities around the world are now increasingly engaging in wetland restoration or avoiding wetland degration activities for climate chang

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2014
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Conservation in a crowded world : case studies from the Asia-Pacific

In an increasingly crowded world reconciling environmental ‘conservation’ with the ‘sustainable use’ of natural resources is now our greatest challenge.

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2012
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Les paiements pour services environnementaux

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2011
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Biotechnologies for agricultural development

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2011
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Tourism and poverty reduction strategies in the integrated framework for least developed countries

This study sheds light on how least developed countries (LDCs) can maximize pro-poor gains from tourism.

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2011
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Assuring food security in developing countries under the challenges of climate change : key trade and development issues of a fundamental transformation of agriculture

For a large number of developing countries, agriculture remains the single most important sector. Climate change has the potential to damage irreversibly the natural resource base on which agriculture depends, with grave consequences for food security.

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2011
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Adapting to climate change : UNDP-GEF initiatives financed by the Least Developed Countries Fund, Special Climate Change Fund and Strategic Priority on Adaptation

This report is a comprehensive overview of country-led efforts on climate change adaptation supported by the UNDP-GEF partnership with financing from the GEF-managed LDCF, SCCF and SPA funds.

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2011
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Banking on biodiversity : a natural way out of poverty

As a policy research organisation, the International Institute for Environment and Development has evolved key concepts, theories and ways of working in sustainable development since 1973. The big idea we explore here is banking on biodiversity.

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2010
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Trade and environment review : promoting poles of clean growth to foster the transition to a more sustainable economy

The key message of this publication is that the occurrence of the global economic and financial crisis and the interrelated climate, food, and water crises offers a window of opportunity to embark on a path of more resilient and sustainable economic growth.

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2010
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UNESCO science report 2010 : the current status of science around the world

Written by a team of independent experts who are each covering the country or region from which they hail, the UNESCO Science Report 2010 analyses the trends and developments that have shaped scientific research, innovation and higher education over the past five years.

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2010
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Climate change adaptation in developing countries : issues and perspectives for economic analysis

This paper is intended to provide some guidance to the policy-oriented researchers’ work on valuing climate change adaptation in developing countries.

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2010
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Can biomass power development?

This paper explores the pros and cons of biomass and the logistics of switching to other fuels in developing countries.

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2010
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Investment contracts and sustainable development : how to make contracts for fairer and more sustainable natural resource investments

This guide discusses options to structure investment contractsin ways that maximise the investment's contribution to sustainable development. The focus is on foreign investment in the natural resource sector and on lower- and middle-income countries.

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2010
IUCN Grey Literature

Decision-making and dialogue relating to large dams and hydraulic infrastructures : diversity of approaches; evolution of policies and practices applying to project preparation and implementation; case studies from Cameroon and Senegal

This is the report of a study on the approaches to decision-making and dialogue on large dams and hydraulic infrastructures in developing countries and emerging markets, particularly the policies and practices applying to environmental and social aspects, and engagement of stakeholders around pro

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2010
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Closing the gaps : disaster risk reduction and adaptation to climate change in developing countries

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2009
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New directions for integrating environment and development in East Africa : key findings from consultations with stakeholders in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda

This paper synthesizes the findings of a study carried out by Ecoagriculture Partners and the International Institute for Environment and Development on behalf of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to explore opportunities for sustainable development in East Africa.

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2009
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Power to the poor : sustainable energy at the base of the pyramid

Four billion people – over half of humanity – live on less than US$2 a day, effectively forming the bottom of the world economic pyramid. This majority may have minimal access to cash but they need, and will pay for, essential goods and services – including energy.

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2009
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The bottom billion : why the poorest countries are failing and what can be done about it

Global poverty, economist Collier points out, is actually falling quite rapidly for about 80% of the world. The real crisis lies in a group of about 50 failing states, the bottom billion, whose problems defy traditional approaches to alleviating poverty.

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2008
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Vers un accord équitable sur le climat pour l'après 2012 : propositions du Réseau Climat-Développement

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2008
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Towards an equitable post-2012 climate agreement : climate development network proposals

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2008
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Reducing global poverty : the case for asset accumulation

"Provides a set of case studies of asset-building projects around the globe aimed at designing and implementing public policies that will increase the capital assets of the poor.

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2007
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The white man's burden : why the West's efforts to aid the rest have done so much ill and so little good

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2006
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Fair trade for all : how trade can promote development

How can the poorer countries of the world be helped to help themselves through freer, fairer trade? This book suggests a radical and realistic new model for managing trading relationships between the richest and the poorest countries.

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2005
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Resource book on TRIPS and development

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2005
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The end of poverty : how we can make it happen in our lifetime

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2005
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Human dimensions of wildlife : IUCN special issue

Contains articles on human-wildlife conflict written by presenters and participants of the workshop "Creating coexistence between humans and wildlife: global perspectives on local efforts to address human-wildlife conflict" at the 5th (fifth) IUCN World Parks Congress.

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2004
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Making water flow for all

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2003
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Mountain fisheries in developing countries

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2003
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Trading in knowledge : development perspectives on TRIPS, trade and sustainability

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2003
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Privatization, trade policy and the question of water

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2003
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Mainstreaming adaptation to climate change in least developed countries (LDCS)

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2003
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Striking a balance : ensuring conservation's place on the international biodiversity assistance agenda

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2003
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Poverty and governance : RAWOO lectures and 25th anniversary conference

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2003
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World trade and development report 2003 : Cancun and beyond

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2003
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Rural planning in developing countries : supporting natural resource management and sustainable livelihoods

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2003
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Valuing forests : a review of methods and applications in developing countries

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2003
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Sustainable development goals and trade

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2003
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Closing the gap : North-South views on a reform of European common agricultural policy and the need for a new global deal

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2002
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Green development, 2nd edition : environment and sustainability in the Third World

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2001
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Environmental law in developing countries : selected issues

This publication contains four papers on different legal issues of interest to developing countries.

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2001
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Rural livelihoods and diversity in developing countries

Both livelihoods and diversity have become popular topics in development studies.

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2000
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Greening industry : new roles for communities, markets, and governments

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2000
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Development as freedom

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1999
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Attacking poverty while improving the environment : towards win-win policy options

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1999
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Fisheries policy research in developing countries : issues, priorities and needs

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1999
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Décentralisation et développement

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1999
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Environment, scarcity, and violence

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1999
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Profiles of institutions for scientific exchange and training in the South

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1999

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