Growing Green with Equity: Our Approach
Michael MacLennan. One Pager # 194. May 2013.
Considering Growth and Equity in SADC Today
Michael MacLennan. One Pager # 195. May 2013.
SADC Parliamentarians as Green Growth Leaders
Michael MacLennan. One Pager # 196. May 2013.
From Research to Results: Greener Pathways for the SADC Region
Michael MacLennan. One Pager # 197. May 2013.
Adjusting Biofuel Policies to Meet Social and Rural Development Needs: Analysing the Experiences of Brazil, India and Indonesia
Mairon G. Bastos Lima. Policy Research Brief # 40. March 2013.
Locating the Policy Space for Inclusive Green Growth within the SADC Extractive Sector
Michael MacLennan. Policy Research Brief # 38. December 2012.
Dams, Development and Displacement: Towards More Inclusive and Social Futures
Tanya Wragg-Morris . Policy Research Brief # 35. December 2012.
Managing Resource-Dependence Amidst Opportunities and Challenges: Defining a New Sustainability Narrative for Caribbean Coastal Economies
Leisa Perch. Policy Research Brief # 36. December 2012.
Guatemala and Integrated Rural Development: Towards Inclusive Growth in the Rural Sector
Bridget Barry. Policy Research Brief # 37. December 2012.
China and The World: South-South Cooperation for Inclusive Green Growth
Kishan Khoday, Leisa Perch. Working Paper # 95. November 2012.
South-South Cooperation for Inclusive Green Growth
Kishan Khoday, Leisa Perch. One Pager # 179. November 2012.
Food Security, Women Smallholders and Climate Change in Caribbean SIDS
Nidhi Tandon. Policy Research Brief # 33. November 2012.
Greening the Economy and Increasing Economic Equity for Women Farmers in Madagascar
Zo Randriamaro . Policy Research Brief # 34. November 2012.
Linking Social Protection and Agricultural Production: The Case of Mexico
Ryan Nehring. Policy Research Brief # 21. June 2012.
Vulnerability to Climate Change: a Regional Perspective of Demographic and Socioeconomic Impacts
Alisson Flávio Barbieri , Bernardo Queiroz. Policy Research Brief # 22. June 2012.
A Socially Inclusive Pathway to Food Security: The Agroecological Alternative
Ben McKay. Policy Research Brief # 23. June 2012.
Green Innovations: Reducing Energy Poverty and Inequitable Access
Daniela P. Stoycheva. Policy Research Brief # 24. June 2012.
Social Technologies for Sustainable Development: Valuing Social Capital
Leisa Perch, Tanya Wragg-Morris , Priti Narasimhan. Policy Research Brief # 25. June 2012.
The Role of South-South Cooperation in Inclusive and Sustainable Agricultural Development: Focus on Africa
Leisa Perch, Ammad Bahalim, Lidia Cabral, Alex Shankland. Poverty In Focus # 24. June 2012.
Green Equity: Environmental Justice for more Inclusive Growth
Kishan Khoday, Leisa Perch. Policy Research Brief # 19. May 2012.
Understanding the Socio-Environmental Policy Space
Leisa Perch. Policy Research Brief # 20. May 2012.
Climate Change in Brazil: Economic, Social and Regulatory Aspects
Ronaldo Seroa da Motta, Jorge Hargrave, Gustavo Luedemann , Maria Bernadete Sarmiento Gutierrez. One Pager # 153. May 2012.
The Brazilian Policy on Climate Change: Regulatory and Governance Aspects
Ronaldo Seroa da Motta. One Pager # 154. May 2012.
Climate Change Regulation in Brazil and the Role of Subnational Governments
Viviane Romeiro, Virginia Parente. One Pager # 155. May 2012.
The Trade-off Between Poverty Alleviation and GHG Mitigation: Is it True for all Income Levels in Brazil?
Thiago Fonseca Morello, Vitor Schmid , Ricardo Abramovay. One Pager # 156. May 2012.
Agriculture and Cattle Raising in the Context of a Low Carbon Economy
Gustavo Barbosa Mozzer. One Pager # 157. May 2012.
Road Transport and Climate Change in Brazil
Patrícia Helena Gambogi Boson. One Pager # 158. May 2012.
What are the Financing Prospects for Brazilian Sustainable Development? From Clean Development Mechanism to Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions
Maria Bernadete Sarmiento Gutierrez. One Pager # 159. May 2012.
Trade Barriers in Policies that Regulate Greenhouse Gases
Ronaldo Seroa da Motta. One Pager # 160. May 2012.
Vulnerability of Brazilian Megacities to Climate Change: The São Paulo Metropolitan Region
Carlos Afonso Nobre, Andrea Ferraz Young, Paulo Hilário Nascimento Saldiva, José Antônio Marengo Orsini, Antonio Donato Nobre, Agostinho Tadashi Ogura, Osório Thomaz, Guillermo Oswaldo Obregón Párraga, Gustavo Costa M. da Silva, Maria Valverde, André Carvalho Silveira, Grasiela de Oliveira Rodrigues. One Pager # 161. May 2012.
The Climate Justice Discourse in Brazil: Potential and Perspective
Bruno Milanez, Igor F. Fonseca. One Pager # 162. May 2012.
Indicators for Assessing the Vulnerability of Smallholder Farming to Climate Change: the Case of Brazil’s Semi-Arid Northeastern Region
Diego Pereira Lindoso, Juliana Dalboni Rocha, Nathan Debortoli, Izabel Cavalcanti I. Parente, Flávio Eiró, Marcel Bursztyn , Saulo Rodrigues Filho. One Pager # 163. May 2012.
Cost–benefit Analyses of Climate Change
Jorge Hargrave, Ronaldo Seroa da Motta, Gustavo Luedemann . One Pager # 164. May 2012.
The Targets of the Copenhagen Accord and the Cancun and Durban Agreements
Ronaldo Seroa da Motta, Jorge Hargrave, Gustavo Luedemann . One Pager # 165. May 2012.
Climate Change Negotiations from an Industry Perspective
Paula Bennati. One Pager # 166. May 2012.
Dimensions of Inclusive Development
Leisa Perch, Gabriel Labbate. Poverty In Focus # 23. November 2011.
The Food Security Policy Context in Brazil
Danuta Chmielewska, Darana Souza. Country Study # 22. June 2011.
Providing Incentives to Women Farmers for Sustainable Food Production
Savita Mullapudi Narasimhan. One Pager # 130. June 2011.
Food Security as a Pathway to Productive Inclusion: Lessons from Brazil and India
Danuta Chmielewska, Darana Souza. One Pager # 127. April 2011.
Public Support to Food Security in India, Brazil and South Africa: Elements for a Policy Dialogue
Darana Souza, Danuta Chmielewska. Working Paper # 80. April 2011.
The Food Security Policy Context in South Africa
Josee Koch. Country Study # 21. April 2011.
Mitigation of What and by What? Adaptation by Whom and for Whom? Dilemmas in Delivering for the Poor and the Vulnerable in International Climate Policy
Leisa Perch. Working Paper # 79. February 2011.
Inclusive and Sustainable Development: For Whom?
Leisa Perch. One Pager # 126. February 2011.
Benefits Sharing: Blending Climate Change and Development in National Policy Efforts
Leisa Perch. One Pager # 121. December 2010.
Maximizing Co-Benefits: Exploring Opportunities to Strengthen Equality and Poverty Reduction through Adaptation to Climate Change
Leisa Perch. Working Paper # 75. December 2010.
Social Policy in the Post-crisis Context of Small Island Developing States: a Synthesis
Leisa Perch, Rathin Roy. Working Paper # 67. July 2010.
Sustaining Development and Resilience in SIDS: Beyond Crisis Management
Leisa Perch, Rathin Roy. One Pager # 113. July 2010.
Market Alternatives for Smallholder Farmers in Food Security Initiatives: Lessons from the Brazilian Food Acquisition Programme
Danuta Chmielewska, Darana Souza. Working Paper # 64. June 2010.
Supporting Food Production and Food Access through Local Public Procurement Schemes: Lessons from Brazil
Darana Souza, Danuta Chmielewska. One Pager # 110. June 2010.