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Across the world, flooding remains the most frequent and most damaging natural risk. This technical report begins by exploring the reasons for this state of affairs: hydrological regimes, the existence of extreme events as part of a continuous distribution of possibilities, and the concepts of...
Published in May 2021
Consulted 109 times
How do accelerating environmental changes impact inequalities and how do rising inequalities affect, in reverse, environmental dynamics? Numerous studies have tackled one specific aspect of the relation between environmental changes and inequalities in the Mekong region, but no holistic...
Published in March 2021
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How do accelerating environmental changes impact inequalities and how do rising inequalities affect in reverse environmental dynamics? This paper is built on a systematic mapping (2019-2021) studying the relationship between those two crucial aspects in five Mekong Countries: Cambodia, Laos,...
Published in March 2021
AFD Group’s regional strategy for Southeast Asia aligns with the priorities of French development policy defined by the Interministerial Committee on International Cooperation and Development (CICID), and with France’s vision of the Indo-Pacific, in the context of implementing the Sustainable...
Published in November 2020
AFD is the first agency to be 100% in line with the Paris Agreement and to make strong commitments on climate financing by supporting the transformation of financial actors' practices and promoting sustainable financing. This leaflet aims at presenting AFD’s offer to public banks, particularly...
Published in September 2020
Consulted 299 times
Over the last years, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) has been rising in the political agenda of both the international community and many governments around the world. In the new Agenda for Sustainable Development, which will guide the actions of the international...
Published in December 2019
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A comparative analysis of agroecology network led to a classification based on their conditions of emergence, their structure and governance mechanisms. The study points the strengths and weaknesses of the existing networks at the different scales. It shows that the different agroecology schools...
Published on 23 Jan 2018
Consulted 5921 times
Most papers dealing with energy efficiency policies focus on the policies and measures implemented in OECD countries and this may lead one to think that only the “rich” countries are developing efforts in this field. International experience shows that emerging countries and even poor developing...
Published in April 2013
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Inadequate financing of the agricultural sector remains a major constraint in developing countries. Despite the existence of genuine financial needs of large magnitude, financial institutions face difficulties in serving the clientele in the agricultural sector. As a result, the financing...
Published in July 2012
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Cette étude répond à trois objectifs : (i) passer en revue les informations et la littérature scientifique pour construire un cadre d’instruments de politique climatique ; (ii) analyser et exploiter les contributions scientifiques existantes en Thaïlande, et plus particulièrement les contenus des...
Published in February 2012
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Thailand is currently the world‘s leading exporter of natural rubber, accounting for 33% of the annual volume traded. In addition to its quantitative performance, the case of Thailand is noteworthy in that this output is driven by smallholders, who own 95% of the total area planted with rubber...
Published in January 2011
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