Knowledge exchange initiatives between different projects can enhance engagement in ecological restoration and rehabilitation initiatives, according to research in South Africa by the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP), the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) project awarded to the University of Leeds, and the Leeds Social Sciences Institute, as published in a […]
Submission to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s Call for Evidence on the International Development Strategy
A submission based on work from across the Grantham Research Institute to the FCDO’s recent call for evidence to inform the UK’s forthcoming International Development Strategy.
15 years on from the Stern Review, here Nicholas Stern argues that the COVID-19 and climate crises, and the weaknesses that produced them, should be tackled together and that the response must be a new sustainable, resilient and inclusive approach to growth and development.
This paper studies how institutional dynamics might affect the implementation of climate-related financial policies and discusses the scenarios that might originate from the current institutional setting.
The challenge of scaling up sustainable investments to support a strong and green recovery and the much more difficult environment…
Applying a Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis to identify ecosystem service trade-offs under four different land uses in Botswana’s Kalahari rangelands
Favretto N, Stringer LC, Dougill AJ. 2014. Applying a Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis to identify ecosystem service trade-offs under four different land uses in Botswana’s Kalahari rangelands. Policy brief for the ELD Initiative. http://eld-initiative.org/fileadmin/pdf/ELD-Two_pager_Botswana.pdf.
Practitioner’s Guide: Pathways and options for action and stakeholder engagement, based on the 2015 ELD Massive Open Online Course “Stakeholder Engagement”
Musekamp C, Quillérou E, Favretto N, Falk T, Salha A, Schmidt L, Reed M, Buckmaster S. 2015. Practitioner’s Guide: Pathways and options for action and stakeholder engagement, based on the 2015 ELD Massive Open Online Course “Stakeholder Engagement”. http://eld-initiative.org/
Favretto N, Quillérou E, Etter H. 2015. A 6+1 step approach to assess the economics of land management. ELD Initiative, GIZ: Germany. http://eld-initiative.org/fileadmin/pdf/ELD-UserGuide_07_web.pdf
ELD Initiative (Favretto N: coordination and co-author). 2015. The value of land: Prosperous lands and positive rewards through sustainable land management. ELD Initiative, GIZ: Germany. http://www.eld-initiative.org/fileadmin/pdf/ELD-main-report_en_10_web_72dpi.pdf.
Favretto N. 2017. Sustainable Development Goals and the Economics of Land Degradation. UNU-INWEH Policy Brief. United Nations University Institute for Water Environment and Health: Hamilton, Canada. https://inweh.unu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Policy-Brief_Issue01.pdf.