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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.

Browse our dedicated analysis

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


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

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

  4. Climate change, conflict and displacement: implications for protection agencies


  5. The Airport Tracker: uncovering aviation emissions

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Four ways the UK can bring climate and trade agendas together at COP26

  7. A fair share of climate finance: apportioning responsibility for the $100 billion climate finance goal

    Working papers

  8. The role of central banks in tackling climate change


  9. IPCC report: No further proof needed of our planetary emergency

  10. Getting down to the business of 'nature'

  11. Towards sustained development in Small Island Developing States: why we need to reshape global governance

    Working papers

  12. Transformational change case study | Mexico: the contribution of the Forest Investment Program to forest and climate goals

    Case/country studies

  13. Disasters by design: the need for actionable risk management

  14. Five priorities as the new Emergency Relief Coordinator steps into his role

  15. Sustaining development in Small Island Developing States: a reform agenda

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. Why building national resilience means reimagining risk

  17. Cleaning up their act? G7 fossil fuel investments in a time of green recovery

    Briefing/policy papers

  18. Evaluation of Danish funding for climate change mitigation in developing countries

    Research reports

  19. The costs of climate change in India: a review of the climate-related risks facing India, and their economic and social costs

    Literature reviews

  20. A year of British leadership – delivering on Global Britain