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Reducing poverty, developing sustainably - video still

Our new animation showcases the key findings from our case studies on sustainable development in Brazil, Burkina Faso, China and Viet Nam. It shows that significant progress is being made in the effort to reduce poverty while developing sustainably

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City of Industry, Beijing- Cory M. Grenler (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Information is power – holding polluters to account in China

Matthew Collins
17 September 2014

In this blog, Matthew Collins looks at the environmental damage and pollution caused by the rapid industrialisation China has experienced over the past 30 years and questions how it is possible to ensure that centrally enacted regulations and policies, often strong on paper, are enforced at the local level.

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Matthew Collins

Matthew Collins

Matthew Collins is a Project Manager at the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE).

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Julian Doczi

Julian Doczi

Julian Doczi is a Research Officer in Water Policy at ODI.

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Melissa Leach on sustainable development

We talked to Melissa Leach, Director of the Institute of Development Studies, after our environment case studies launch event. The conversation takes in trade-offs and sustainable development, the concept of the food-water-energy nexus and the politics involved for policy-makers.

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Joël Ouedraogo on sustainable agriculture in Burkina Faso

Joël Ouedraogo from the Fédération Nationale des Groupements Naam (FNGN), a farmers' union with more than 5000 village groups in Burkina Faso, talks to us about sustainable agriculture and improving food security in the West African country.

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