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December 2018
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative, Ministry of Agricullture, Irrigation and Water Development, Malawi
This policy brief, Impact of Soil Loss in Malawi: Microeconomic effects of soil and nutrient loss, addresses the suitability and financial viability of various interventions to mitigate the impacts of both soil and nutrient loss within Malawi.
December 2018
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative, Ministry of Agricullture, Irrigation and Water Development, Malawi
This policy brief, Impact of Soil Loss in Malawi: Macroeconomic effect on GDP, sectoral adjustments and poverty, combines findings from a recent independent report based on microeconometric and computable general equilibrium analysis. The study aims to assess both direct and indirect economic impacts of soil loss at the aggregate level, providing effects on the GDP, poverty, terms of trade and sectoral production.
December 2018
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative, Ministry of Agricullture, Irrigation and Water Development, Malawi
This report, Soil and Nutrients Loss in Malawi: An economic assessment, analyses the economic impact of both soil and nutrient loss in Malawi with new country representative data on soil and nutrients loss.
December 2018
Economic Dialogue on Green Growth (EDGG), UK aid

Bangladesh has made tremendous progress with development since independence reflected in rising income, sharp reduction in poverty and improvements with human development.

November 2018
GREEN-WIN
The booklet Green-win Narratives developed through the course of the GREEN-WIN project within the Global Dialogue and the detailed studies carried out by the project partners. The GREEN-WIN project is a major international transdisciplinary research collaboration supported by the EU. It applies a solution-oriented approach targeted at increasing the understanding of links between climate action, economic development, and sustainability.
October 2018
NewClimate Institute, Germanwatch
Aligning Investments with the Paris Agreement Temperature Goal: Challenges and opportunities for multilateral development banks proposes a definition of alignment with the Paris temperature goal and reviews decision-making tools for assessing alignment and shifting portfolios used by seven major multilateral development banks.
October 2018
The Nature Conservancy
This report, based on research from the Nature Conservancy, the University of Minnesota and 11 other organizations, explores whether it is possible to achieve a future where the needs of both people and nature are advanced. It projects the state of the world in 2050 if development progresses in a “business-as-usual” fashion, and what it would look like if a sustainable path was implemented with a series of fair-minded and technologically viable solutions to the challenges that lie ahead.
October 2018
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
This briefing, Harnessing Long-Term Strategies for Low-Carbon Climate-Resilient LDC Development, makes the case for why LDCs in particular should prepare their long-term strategies early. It also discusses incentives to support and rationalise doing so ahead of 2020.
September 2018
United Nations (UN), United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
The Third Environmental Performance Review of Albania takes stock of the progress made by Albania in the management of its environment since the country's second review in 2012.
September 2018
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
This Asian Development Bank guidance note, Scaling Up Resilience-Building Measures through Community-Driven Development Projects, proposes a framework that recommends five key considerations that should be factored in the design and implementation of community-driven development projects to ensure that they deliver on scaling up of resilience-building measures.

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