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UNFCCC COP26 declaration announcement November 13, 2021.
While the Glasgow Climate Pact and the frenzy of pledges during the first week clearly signal that a decarbonised future is on its way, they are almost certainly too little too late to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
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  2. How to strengthen the IMF’s effectiveness in fragile and conflict-affected states

  3. The deeper questions about China and the multilateral banks underneath the Doing Business controversy

  4. A vote for change in Germany – but how much will Germany’s role in global development change?

  5. Why LGBTQI+ services must be intersectional

  6. On lorry drivers and a warm welcome

  7. Notes from Africa 2: Kenya

  8. Public finance and development: top things to read in September

  9. How do we channel the ESG investment boom towards low-income countries?

  10. Importing for development: reforming the UK’s trade preferences

  11. Four ways the UK can bring climate and trade agendas together at COP26

  12. Can we live within environmental limits and still reduce poverty? Degrowth or decoupling?

  13. Coinfusion: digital money is creating opportunities and dilemmas for policy-makers

  14. What two decades of ODI research can tell us about what happens next in Afghanistan

  15. Four years on, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are losing hope

  16. Humanitarian priorities for Afghanistan on World Humanitarian Day

  17. Why action on climate change presents an opportunity for protection actors concerned about conflict

  18. IPCC report: No further proof needed of our planetary emergency

  19. Notes from Africa 1: Ethiopia

  20. Getting down to the business of 'nature'