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Climate change


This is a crucial time for global climate action. World leaders must make evidence informed policy decisions. Our cross cutting work offers new research and analysis across finance, trade and adaptation.

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  1. Launch of the Resilient Caribbean Cities Photo Competition 2022


  2. Turkey: the contribution of the Clean Technology Fund to energy efficiency goals

    Case/country studies

  3. Changing tides for China-Africa cooperation: our key takeaways from the 8th FOCAC

  4. The role of the AfCFTA in promoting a resilient recovery in Africa

    Research reports

  5. Tackling the hidden pandemic: anticipating and preventing mosquito-borne diseases

  6. Managing climate-related risks in India’s financial sector: lessons from other countries


  7. Technology transfer: a new agenda for LDC negotiators

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Seven ways the Global Stocktake can accelerate the phase-out of fossil fuel finance


  9. Aligning climate finance and Aid for Trade: a new agenda for LDC negotiators

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Carbon markets and standards: a new agenda for LDC negotiators

    Briefing/policy papers

  11. How humanitarians must adapt now to climate change

  12. To deliver the promise of this climate super year, UN-led efforts must back land rights

  13. How to make climate and trade policy work together for the most vulnerable countries

  14. Closing the action gap: addressing climate risks in fragile and conflict-affected settings


  15. Securing climate-compatible trade for the most vulnerable countries


  16. Understanding the role of anticipatory action in Somalia

    Briefing/policy papers

  17. Transboundary climate and adaptation risks in Africa: perceptions from 2021

    Research reports

  18. Addressing protection risks in a climate-changed world: challenges and opportunities

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. How the UK’s Comprehensive Spending Review risks jeopardising COP26

  20. Five ways finance can unlock robust climate action from G20 countries