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Rhino poaching: how do we respond?
R. Duffy; R.H. Emslie; M.H. Knight / Evidence on Demand, 2013
This report outlines the main actors in rhino conservation, the major main threats to rhinos in the ‘Big 4’ range states (Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa and Namibia) which together conserve almost 99% and 96% of Africa&rsqu...
The case against Qatar: host of the FIFA 2022 World Cup
International Trade Union Confederation, 2014
140 billion dollars of infrastructure is forecast in order to get Qatar ready to host the 2022 World Cup. Qatar’s own estimates are that 500,000 extra workers - coming from Nepal, India and other South Asian and African countrie...
Not made by Chidren - a toolkit for understanding the realities, responses and responsibilities of stakeholders in the garment supply chain
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
This Toolkit is designed with the intent to present the conceptual, factual and actual understanding of child labour in a simple, short and systematic manner. The toolkit is also designed to suit differential requirements of various s...
Tackling child domestic labour and protecting young domestic workers: a global resource manual
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
The Resource Manual is a comprehensive document on the issue of engagement of children in domestic work that is intended to provide support to organisations ranging from trade unions, child rights organisations and others to take acti...
Out-of-school children and child labour
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
As the Education For All (EFA) process is progressing, two main groups of children are still left behind. First, children who have yet to gain access to a good primary school. Second, those who do not get to attend even when a basic p...
Improving the quality, capacity and compliance of environmental licensing processes in Mozambique: the case of the oil and gas industry
S. Nazerali / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2014
This paper analyses the current situation regarding the environmental licensing of the oil and gas industry in Mozambique. The paper outlines weaknesses in the process, including the quality of the environmental impact assessments sub...
Managing resources and the democratic order: the experience of Botswana
D. Sebudubudu; K. Lotshwao / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
How has Botswana been able to succeed in promoting better governance, so far, where other resource-rich African states have failed? Africa is a potentially rich continent that remains one of the poorest in the world. For most A...
Natural resource governance, boom and bust: the case of Kolwezi in the DRC
G. Mthembu-Salter / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
Mineral extraction is the main source of employment and income in, Kolwezi, a city that has been tied since its inception to the fortunes of Congolese copper and cobalt mining and the intertwined narrative of trends in inter...
China and Africa's natural resources: the challenges and iImplications for development and governance
C. Alden; A.C. Alves / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
China’s energy concerns have been playing an increasingly crucial role in its foreign policymaking in the new century.  This paper proposes to analyse China’s growing engagement in Africa’s mineral sector and as...
Elephants, ats and superpowers: Nigeria’s relations with China
G. Mthembu-Salter / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
Analysis of China’s relations with Africa has often been generalised, yet these relations vary considerably across the continent, suggesting the need for greater attention to the specificities of each case. This paper considers ...
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Rhino poaching: how do we respond?
R. Duffy; R.H. Emslie; M.H. Knight / Evidence on Demand, 2013
This report outlines the main actors in rhino conservation, the major main threats to rhinos in the ‘Big 4’ range states (Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa and Namibia) which together conserve almost 99% and 96% of Africa&rsqu...
The case against Qatar: host of the FIFA 2022 World Cup
International Trade Union Confederation, 2014
140 billion dollars of infrastructure is forecast in order to get Qatar ready to host the 2022 World Cup. Qatar’s own estimates are that 500,000 extra workers - coming from Nepal, India and other South Asian and African countrie...
Not made by Chidren - a toolkit for understanding the realities, responses and responsibilities of stakeholders in the garment supply chain
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
This Toolkit is designed with the intent to present the conceptual, factual and actual understanding of child labour in a simple, short and systematic manner. The toolkit is also designed to suit differential requirements of various s...
Tackling child domestic labour and protecting young domestic workers: a global resource manual
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
The Resource Manual is a comprehensive document on the issue of engagement of children in domestic work that is intended to provide support to organisations ranging from trade unions, child rights organisations and others to take acti...
Out-of-school children and child labour
Global March Against Child Labour, 2014
As the Education For All (EFA) process is progressing, two main groups of children are still left behind. First, children who have yet to gain access to a good primary school. Second, those who do not get to attend even when a basic p...
Improving the quality, capacity and compliance of environmental licensing processes in Mozambique: the case of the oil and gas industry
S. Nazerali / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2014
This paper analyses the current situation regarding the environmental licensing of the oil and gas industry in Mozambique. The paper outlines weaknesses in the process, including the quality of the environmental impact assessments sub...
Managing resources and the democratic order: the experience of Botswana
D. Sebudubudu; K. Lotshwao / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
How has Botswana been able to succeed in promoting better governance, so far, where other resource-rich African states have failed? Africa is a potentially rich continent that remains one of the poorest in the world. For most A...
Natural resource governance, boom and bust: the case of Kolwezi in the DRC
G. Mthembu-Salter / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
Mineral extraction is the main source of employment and income in, Kolwezi, a city that has been tied since its inception to the fortunes of Congolese copper and cobalt mining and the intertwined narrative of trends in inter...
China and Africa's natural resources: the challenges and iImplications for development and governance
C. Alden; A.C. Alves / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
China’s energy concerns have been playing an increasingly crucial role in its foreign policymaking in the new century.  This paper proposes to analyse China’s growing engagement in Africa’s mineral sector and as...
Elephants, ats and superpowers: Nigeria’s relations with China
G. Mthembu-Salter / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2009
Analysis of China’s relations with Africa has often been generalised, yet these relations vary considerably across the continent, suggesting the need for greater attention to the specificities of each case. This paper considers ...
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CDP
CDP holds a large collection globally of self reported climate change, water and forest-risk data. The organisation aims to transform the way the world does business to prevent dangerous climate change and protect our natural resources.
Œconomica
Journal published by the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the 'Danubius' University from Gala?i, Romania.
HEC Montréal
HEC Montréal is a university business school.
World Vision Institute for Research and Innovation (WV Institute)
The World Vision Institute for Research and Innovation (WV Institute) is a facility for research, consultation and development in the areas of development co-operation, humanitarian relief and non-profit management.
International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Increasing the eco-efficiency of agriculture
IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH)
IDH accelerates and upscales sustainable trade by building impact oriented coalitions of front running multinationals, civil society organisations, governments and other stakeholders. Through convening public and private interests, strengths and knowledge, IDH programs help make sustainability the new norm and deliver impact on Millennium Development Goals 1, 7 and 8.
Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)
The Verified Carbon Standard is a greenhouse gas accounting programme used by projects around the world to verify and issue carbon credits in voluntary markets.
ephemera
ephemera is an independent journal, supported by the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary, University of London.
Ministry of Energy, Kenya
The Ministry of Energy was formed in 1979 upon Kenya Government’s realization that energy was a major component in the country’s development process. The new Ministry is assigned the following functions: Energy policy development Electric power development Oil and other fossil fuels exploration and development Explor...
Judge Business School
Previously known as Judge Institute of Management, Cambridge Judge Business School offers a variety of teaching programmes including the Cambridge MBA, the Cambridge Master of Finance, PhD, MPhil and undergraduate degrees together with a suite of Executive Education courses.
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