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16 September
2019

Agulhas call to join the Climate Strike

By |News from Agulhas|

Come Friday 20th September, our busy canal-side London headquarters will close for the day as we join millions of young people, professionals and other concerned citizens in the Global Strike for Climate. While previous school strikes have always been welcoming of adult allies, this Friday marks the first time the youth of the #FridaysForFuture movement [...]

23 July
2019

We are hiring a Senior Manager!

By |News from Agulhas|

Agulhas Applied Knowledge is a London-based consulting firm specialising in research, analysis and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) on international development, humanitarian assistance and sustainability. Since 2003, we have provided strategic advice on aid programmes and development policy to the UK government, other DAC countries, multilateral organisations, developing country governments, philanthropic foundations and NGOs. We specialise [...]

22 July
2019

3 ways to ensure the Climate Assembly really addresses the climate emergency – Rebecca Willis, Rich Wilson & Lucy Stone

By |News comment and analysis|

This post originally appeared on Open Democracy UK.  Parliament is setting up citizens assemblies to demonstrate the public desire for climate action. But we’ve been here before – what will be different this time? The UK recently passed historic legislation setting a net-zero target for emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050. Setting a target though, is one [...]

9 July
2019

Cultured meat: the food of the future? – Paige Isaacson

By |News comment and analysis|

The connection between meat production and climate change and environmental degradation is widely recognised. We know that the livestock industry is responsible for 14.5% of greenhouse (GHG) emissions globally, while accounting for 40% of arable land and 29% of agricultural freshwater use. Industrialised livestock production also results in large quantities of animal waste which leads [...]

21 June
2019

We won’t get ‘Carrie-d’ away. Fight on! – Theo Yeung

By |News comment and analysis|

At 7am on Sunday the 9th of June my phone started buzzing and it kept buzzing in the days to follow. Instant updates and messages firing from various media outlets, family and friends overwhelmed both my WhatsApp and social media accounts. It was the start of a very tough week for Hong Kong. What happened? [...]

20 June
2019

The current state of UK aid: A synthesis of ICAI findings from 2015 to 2019

By |client stories|

Today ICAI published a review of the current state of UK aid, with support from Agulhas. This review draws together the key findings from across the 28 reviews and four follow-ups conducted over the last four years, to analyse how well equipped the aid programme is to respond to the challenges ahead, and the opportunities and risks [...]

18 June
2019

Losing its soul in the Mediterranean Sea – Anne Hammerstad & Gemma Norrington-Davies

By |News comment and analysis|

As the EU and its member states have dramatically reduced the number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe across the Mediterranean, the Council of Europe asks if the price was worth it. Its scathing report is out today on the deadly and abusive results of European migrant deterrence policies in the central Mediterranean. 20th [...]

10 June
2019

The World Environment Day Is Not Enough – Agulhas Climate Hub

By |News comment and analysis|

World Environment Day started in 1974 as a way of raising awareness of environmental issues such as environmental degradation, marine pollution and sustainable consumption. This year’s theme, “Beat Air Pollution”, was chosen by China and focuses on how everyone can implement lifestyle changes to reduce the amount of air pollution each of us produces. Events [...]

7 June
2019

The Newton Fund

By |client stories|

Today ICAI published a performance review of the Newton Fund, with support from Agulhas. The Newton Fund is a research and innovation partnership fund managed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which was established to develop science and innovation partnerships to reduce poverty by generating and putting into use knowledge and [...]

12 May
2019

Climate citizen assemblies: Taking the rebellion mainstream – Lucy Stone

By |Uncategorized|

This article is the second in a series on climate change by the Agulhas Climate Change Unit. More articles in the series can be found on the News and Views page.  The UK public are now more worried about climate change than they have ever been. A recent poll by BEIS showed that 80% were concerned [...]

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