This report focuses on the actions and responsibilities of four of the world’s biggest plastic polluters: CocaCola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever. These companies continue to sell billions of products in single-use bottles, sachets and packets in developing countries.

This paper highlights a significant opportunity to accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

This document respond to the need to integrate climate risk-based approaches, which address climate variability and climate change, within water policy frameworks. It aims to provide guidance on how resilience and adaptation can be integrated into national-level policy and programmatic planning in the water sector.

This document addresses development projects' impact on the environment, which may be harmful to communities and ultimately increases poverty and makes people more vulnerable to disasters. It contains an environmental assessment template and describes the six steps involved in completing this assessment, in addition to disaster and climate risk reduction cases.

This report, using empirical evidence from research in Niger and north-east Brazil, aims to identify how climate change adaptation can be integrated within the water sector to benefit the most poor and vulnerable people.