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Anna Locke

Principal Research Fellow

Climate and Sustainability

Portrait of Anna Locke

Anna Locke is former Director of ODI's Sustainable Environments and Societies programme. She joined ODI in July 2011 after having worked for 19 years in development, 12 of which were based in Mozambique. Anna has in-depth experience of working with market-led agriculture, analysing and advising on how to develop agriculture to promote sustainable growth and reduce poverty, based on principles of competitiveness, market access and inclusiveness. Her focus in recent years has been on land governance and large-scale investment, biofuels and food security.

  1. Perceived tenure security as a tool for understanding the conflict context and predicting violent conflict


  2. Why agricultural reform is needed to achieve net zero emissions

  3. Why land is important in understanding violent conflict

  4. How to design and finance a green recovery beyond Covid-19

  5. How to build back greener in the Covid-19 recovery

  6. Prindex comparative report

    Research reports

  7. Global perceptions of urban land tenure security: evidence from 33 countries

    Research reports

  8. Women's perceptions of tenure security: evidence from 33 countries

    Research reports

  9. Assessing the costs of tenure risks to agribusinesses

    Research reports

  10. Almost half of land disputes over African sugar last more than ten years – new research

    Press Release

  11. Land governance and inclusive business in agriculture: advancing the debate

    Research reports

  12. PRIndex: improving data to strengthen land tenure security

  13. LEGEND Land policy bulletin: August 2017


  14. LEGEND Land policy bulletin: March 2017


  15. Land, population and agricultural investment in Africa

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. LEGEND land policy bulletin, October 2016: focus on Habitat III and the New Urban Agenda


  17. LEGEND Land policy bulletin: May 2016


  18. Urbanisation, land and property rights

    Research reports

  19. Three good reasons to invest in disaster resilience

  20. The Political Economy of Agricultural Policy Processes in Africa


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