Indigenous Peoples must be seen as equal partners
To mark Indigenous Peoples Day our members take a look at what this day means and how an inclusive world for everyone can be built
No-one can be left behind
Lerato Monaisa argues that indigenous communities in South Africa should not be left behind in the transition away from coal.
Davos - Working Together, Restoring Trust?
Our convenor Oliver Greenfield reflects on the theme of the 2022 World Economic Forum - the importance of trust
Conservation and discrimination: case studies from Nepal’s national parks
How can we stop badly designed conservation policies from entrenching historical injustice among Indigenous and marginalised communities?
A new empowerment story – just ask women
An article from our Indian hub partners, Development Alternatives, on creating new empowerment narratives for women and girls
Awash in liquidity: keeping economies afloat, but sinking equality and sustainability?
We are told that moving towards a green economy is too expensive, while we see trillions of dollars spent to prop up business-as-usual
A contextual financial analysis of green MSMEs in Uganda
Small businesses play a huge role in Uganda's economy, but are often underserved by financial institutions. Our report examines why
Decoloniality and the new ethics of climate and nature
Jess Auerbach argues for decolonising ecological research to build a discipline that is more inclusive, creative and ethical.