Read our reflections on COP24, our best bits of 2018 and find out about something to look forward to in 2019.
The closing plenary of the COP24 climate talks (Photo: UNclimatechange, Creative Commons via Flickr)
Blog from Andrew Norton

Reflections on Katowice – where does the Paris Agreement stand now?

IIED's director Andrew Norton reflects on the achievements – and failures – of the UN climate talks in Katowice, and reasserts IIED's support of the Least Developed Countries group in their efforts to promote ambition, resilience and climate justice.

Read his thoughts

2018 best publications
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IIED top 2018 publications


IIED published nearly 200 publications during 2018, ranging from research reports to policy briefings to toolkits and case studies.

Here are the top 10 most downloaded, with links to related blogs and project pages
2018 best blogs
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IIED top 2018 blogs


Our blogs offer IIED staff and guest authors the opportunity to share their personal views on the issues that matter to them.

Here are our top 10 most-read blogs of the past year
 
A street in Beirut. More than one million Syrian refugees have fled to Lebanon. The country is tiny, with fewer than five million citizens. The UNHCR estimates that Lebanon's capital city, Beirut, is hosting approximately 280,000 Syrian refugees (Photo: Samer Saliba)
Seminar

Understanding pathways to urban settlement: Developing networks and research agendas on urban forced displacement

Join our event on 22 January 2019 to discuss and develop more sustainable, inclusive responses to urban humanitarian crises.

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