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Natasha Grist specialises in climate change, agriculture, adaptation and international development, with a background in social and environmental science.

 

Natasha was previously Head of Research for the Climate and Development Knowledge Network, developing strategy and commissioning research of a £15m 5 year applied research programme. Previously in ODI she worked on agriculture and climate change issues, including how agriculture is being framed in the international negotiations, adaptation planning at country level for the UN and IFAD, and research-policy making influence both in the UK and internationally.

 

Prior to joining ODI, she was a post-doctoral researcher at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change. Her PhD and MSc research was based in Brazilian Amazonia, focussing on links between livelihoods, urbanisation and natural resource management.

  1. Framing innovations for climate resilience for farmers in the Sahel

    Research reports

  2. Zero poverty, zero emissions: eradicating extreme poverty in the climate crisis

    Research reports

  3. Targeting Zero Zero: achieving zero extreme poverty on the path to zero net emissions

    Working papers

  4. Resilience in the Sahel: building better lives with children

    Research reports

  5. Transformative adaptation in Africa’s agriculture

    Other

  6. 7. A how-to handbook

    Research reports

  7. Climate smart agriculture: capturing the synergies between mitigation, adaptation and food security

    Research reports

  8. How can development prepare for future change and uncertainty?

    Event

  9. Planning for an uncertain future: promoting adaptation to climate change through Flexible and Forward-looking Decision Making

    Research reports

  10. Three new ideas to help agriculture take centre stage in climate change negotiations

  11. Responding to a changing climate: Exploring how disaster risk reduction, social protection and livelihoods approaches promote features of adaptive capacity

    Working papers

  12. Copenhagen: No pro-poor agriculture? No thanks

  13. 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC, Copenhagen

    Event

  14. Agriculture and Copenhagen

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Exploring Development Futures in a Changing Climate: Frontiers for Development Policy and Practice

    Other

  16. Six messages on climate change

  17. UK leading the way: Moving forward in international climate change policy

    Event

  18. Closing the gap between climate adaptation and poverty reduction frameworks

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. Addressing the technicalities: What ARD stakeholders need to do to deliver on a Copenhagen agreed outcome

    Working papers

  20. Taking Stock after the Bonn Climate Change Talks An Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) Perspective

    Working papers