The Walker Institute based at the University of Reading, is an interdisciplinary research institute supporting the development of climate resilient societies.
10 key reports for the CC&E Network in 2016
These publications provide insights and learning on key topics in climate change mitigation, adaptation and sustainable development, and highlight areas for future research and policy development.
RAMSES adaptation in cities project
The RAMSES project is delivering quantified evidence of the impacts of climate change and the costs and benefits of a wide range of adaptation measures, focusing on cities.
Planning for NDC implementation: A Quick-Start Guide
CDKN and Ricardo Energy & Environment have developed a new ‘Quick-Start Guide’ to support planning for Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) implementation.
University of California, Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley (also referred to as Berkeley, UC Berkeley, and Cal) is a public research university locat
Understanding Demand and Supply of Climate Change Knowledge: Nepal
This study explores ways in which climate change knowledge management in Nepal can be strengthened at the local to national level.
Climate Change & Development Authority (CCDA)
Papua New Guinea’s Climate Change and Development Authority shapes and implements the Government’s Climate Change (Management) Act.
Climate Change and Mining
The growing number of extreme weather events has led to increasing awareness in the extractives industries of the negative impacts of climate change. This report looks into the links between both.
LEDS in Practice: Gain the competitive edge
This publication looks at how low emission industrial development and resource efficiency offer excellent opportunities for increasing competitiveness of economies and companies.
LEDS in Practice: Use trade policy
This paper looks at how shifting to a low emission future offers opportunities for trade, which in turn contributes to growth and development.
The business case for private sector investment in climate solutions
This paper outlines the business case for private sector action on climate change in Bangladesh and the opportunities this presents, including accessing new sources of finance.
Ghana National Climate Change Policy Action Programme
Ghana’s National Climate Change Policy (NCCP) put's into place robust measures needed to address most, if not all, of the challenges posed by climate change and climate vulnerability.
LEDS in Practice: Breathe clean
This paper presents two case studies from cities that have taken action on air quality to improve public health and have realized the benefits of reduced emissions.
LEDS in Practice: Make roads safe
This paper shares two case studies from cities that have taken action in the transport sector to make their roads safer and have seen the benefits in reduced road fatalities and emissions.
LEDS in Practice: Fight poverty
This paper shares case studies from cities that have taken action in the transport sector to fight poverty and have realized the benefits of reduced emissions from traditional transport options.
LEDS in Practice: Create jobs
This paper shares two case studies from cities that have generated employment by implementing low carbon transport projects.
Peru’s National Climate Law
This publication explains how the Government of Peru went about creating Peru's first climate change law, which represents a major transformation of the country’s greenhouse gas management system.
Climate Change Adaptation Planning in Moldova
The Supporting Moldova’s National Climate Change Adaptation Planning Process project aims to ensure that Moldova has a system in place for medium- to long term adaptation planning and budgeting.
Building bridges and changing minds in climate communication
This brief synthesizes the “state of the art” on climate communication and highlights important questions and challenges that warrant further exploration, particularly regarding European policy
Climate change adaptation readiness in the ASEAN countries
This review looks at the steps taken so far to reduce rural populations’ vulnerability in ASEAN countries, and identifies gaps and key concerns for furture research, action and policy development
How are dedicated climate funds progressing towards impact?
This short update summarises results reported in 2015 by 14 funds which have collectively approved more than $8.7 billion for climate change projects in developing countries.
Estimating Mobilized Private Finance for Adaptation
The study develops, tests and evaluates methodologies for estimating private finance mobilized in developing countries by developed countries’ public finance interventions.
Private finance for adaptation in LDCs?
This brief presents a comprehensive analytical framework for understanding private adaptation finance.
Estonian Climate Adaptation Strategy for Infrastructure and Energy
The Estonian Climate Adaptation Strategy for Infrastructure and Energy project aims to supplement knowledge gaps on climate change impacts, adaptation needs and options.