December 14, 2015
Africa:A Major Global Achievement Towards Tackling Climate Change
Following the agreement reached in Paris at COP21 over the weekend by 196 countries, Lars Otto Naess at the Institute of Development Studies believes it provides a strong political… Read more »
December 18, 2015
Africa:Where Is the Climate and Racial Justice in Cop21?
As we reflect on the outcome of COP21, it appeared that politics cared about climate change again. There were high hopes from all climate camps for Paris. Delegates were told 'to… Read more »
December 16, 2015
Africa:How Can the SDGs Move On From the Inequalities in Water Management?
It is now widely recognised, in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals, that water is at a tipping point and that urbanisation as well as the demands for food and energy… Read more »
October 23, 2015
Africa:Taking Steps to Link Water, Food Security and Nutrition
Stressing the importance of sound governance of water to achieve food security and nutrition, last week the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) came together to debate and make… Read more »
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