Forest Rights to counter Climate Change

The international community is failing to take advantage of a potent opportunity to counter climate change by strengthening local land tenure rights and laws worldwide, new data suggests...
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Extractives: A 'chair with three legs?'

The lack of engagement with local communities is at the root of many conflicts arising in the extractives industry. When foreign investors come to a host country in order to establish their company in this sector,...
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Quote of the Month

“There are no boundaries to the effects of climate change. We are dealing with saving human lives - and therefore saving Tuvalu is also saving the world.” - Enele Sopoaga, Tuvalu Prime Minister, Interview with ABC News, 15 August 2014.
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ECC Newsletter 1/2014

Read Edition 1/2014 of the ECC Newsletter with articles on the implications of the latest IPCC report for climate diplomacy, on climate foreign policy approaches in Southeast Asia, and an interview with Transparency International’s Peter Eigen on resource transparency ...
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    Forest Rights to counter Climate Change

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    Extractives: A 'chair with three legs?'

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    Quote of the Month

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    ECC Newsletter 1/2014

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  • 11 August 2014. Source: IPS
  • Nepal’s Poor Live in the Shadow of Natural Disasters

    Barely 100 km north of Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, the settlement of Jure, which forms part of the village of Mankha, has become a tragic example of how the country’s poorest rural communities are the first and worst victims of natural…