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Public participation in climate budgeting: learning from experiences in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Nepal

Working paper
  • Sejal Patel
  • Delaine McCullough
  • Paul Steele
  • Tanjir Hossain
  • Iqbal Damanik
  • Widya Kartika
  • Gulfino Che Guevarrato
  • Krishna Sapkota

Addressing loss and damage: practical insights for tackling multidimensional risks in LDCs and SIDS

Working paper
  • Simon Addison
  • Ritu Bharadwaj
  • Anna Carthy
  • Clara Gallagher
  • Camilla More
  • Nora Nisi
  • Clare Shakya

Averting the crises: how a new approach to debt could raise US$400 billion for climate and nature

Issue paper
  • Sejal Patel

From what works to what will work. Integrating climate risks into sustainable development evaluation – a practical guide

  • Emilie Beauchamp
  • Clarisse Marsac
  • Nick Brooks
  • Stefano D’Errico
  • Nadine Benson

Better cities are possible: responding to the twin crises of climate change and inequality

  • Anna Walnycki
  • Aditya V. Bahadur
  • Tucker Landesman

Incremental progress but limited ambition: COP26 delivers mixed results for LDCs

Issue paper
  • Anna Schulz
  • Madeleine Diouf Sarr
  • Eva Peace Mukayiranga

Water sector reform, climate change and climate-resilient planning in central Tanzania

Working paper
  • Antonio Allegretti
  • Sam Greene

Climate change, migration and vulnerability to trafficking

Working paper
  • Ritu Bharadwaj
  • Devanshu Chakravarti
  • N. Karthikeyan
  • Somnath Hazra
  • Umi Daniel
  • Johnson Topno
  • Raashee Abhilashi

Money where it matters for people, nature and climate: driving change through support for local level decision making over resources and finance

  • Ebony Holland
  • Sejal Patel
  • Dilys Roe
  • Clare Shakya

Still bearing the burden: how poor rural women in Bangladesh are paying most for climate risks

Working paper
  • Shaikh Eskander
  • Paul Steele
  • Mamunur Rashid
  • Nuzhat Imam
  • Sirazoom Munira