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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. 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC, Copenhagen

    Event

  2. The REDD+ outlook: how different interests shape the future

    Working papers

  3. Trade and climate change regimes: a course for co-existence

    Event

  4. The Seventh Session of the WTO Ministerial

    Event

  5. Climate negotiations and development: how can low-income countries gain from a Climate Negotiation Framework Agreement?

    Working papers

  6. European Development Co-operation to 2020: Can Europe meet climate change challenges for European development co-operation?

    Event

  7. Climate change challenges for European development co-operation: Emerging Issues

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Something to be written in the state of Denmark – but what will it offer the forest-dependent poor?

  9. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD): An Options Assessment Report

    Research reports

  10. Brokering a global deal on climate change

  11. Climate change challenges for EU development

    Working papers

  12. Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) in Indonesia: options and challenges for fair and efficient payment distribution mechanisms

    Working papers

  13. Legality of Traded Timber: The Development Challenges

    Event

  14. Making REDD work for the poor

    Research reports

  15. Making REDD work for the poor

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. Recent bilateral initiatives for climate financing: are they moving in the right direction?

  17. New Finance for Climate Change and the Environment

    Research reports

  18. European Development Co-operation to the year 2020 (EDC 2020): What are the emerging issues?

    Event

  19. European Development Co-operation to 2020: The issues

    Working papers

  20. Mitigating climate change: what impact on the poor?

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