The aid community needs to distinguish between the economics of development and the economics of peace.
Land-based services will become increasingly important as global public goods in the context of changing climate, particularly in terms of mitigation and adaptation.
Environmental aid is increasingly allocated through bilateral aid agencies rather than through the multilateral channels created for this purpose.
The knowledge gathered through the ReCom research project culminates in five position paper, one on each of the themes of the programme.
Improved institutional arrangements for the provision of international public goods can improve agricultural development and food security.
The goal of economic growth combined with environmental protection in developing countries requires not just financial and technological resources, but also the local capacity to design and...