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Leo Peskett

Research Associate

Portrait of Leo Peskett

Leo is a Research Associate in the ODI Climate Change and Environment Programme. His research focusses on understanding the implications of natural resource management policies on poor people in developing countries, particularly in the land-use and extractives sectors. He has specialist expertise on REDD+, carbon markets, climate finance, bioenergy and geothermal energy. He holds a first degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University and an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College.

Leo is currently based in Rwanda, where he has been working with the government on the new Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy, geothermal energy development and a project to reduce flooding and landslide risks in the NW of the country.

  1. Carbon livelihoods: social opportunities and risks of cabon finance

    Research reports

  2. REDD+ benefit sharing in Uganda

    Research reports

  3. REDD+ benefit sharing in Tanzania

    Research reports

  4. REDD+ benefit sharing in Indonesia

    Research reports

  5. Benefit sharing in REDD+: Exploring the implications for poor and vulnerable people

    Research reports

  6. Benefit sharing in REDD+: policy note

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. Carbon rights in REDD+: Exploring the implications for poor and vulnerable people

    Research reports

  8. Carbon rights in REDD+: Policy note

    Briefing/policy papers

  9. Looking at effectiveness as well as transparency in climate finance

    Other

  10. International Public Finance to Address Climate Change in Indonesia – Lessons for the Future of European Development Cooperation

    Briefing/policy papers

  11. Climate Finance in Indonesia: lessons for the future of public finance for climate change mitigation

    Working papers

  12. Commodifying carbon to reduce deforestation: lessons from New Zealand

    Working papers

  13. Growth in a carbon constrained global economy

    Research reports

  14. Taking stock of REDD+: What do we know in 2010?

    Working papers

  15. Carbon offset projects information sheets

    Toolkit/guidelines

  16. Development, trade and carbon reduction: designing coexistence to promote development

    Working papers

  17. New Challenges, New Beginnings: Next steps in European development cooperation

    Research reports

  18. Carbon offsets for forestry and bioenergy: Researching opportunities for poor rural communities

    Research reports

  19. Realising REDD+: National strategies and policy options

    Book/book chapter

  20. Reflecting on REDD+: Was Copenhagen all that bad?

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