Still Digging: Extractive Industries, Resource Curses, and Transnational Governance in the Anthropocene
In this paper from the Transatlantic Academy, Stacy VanDeever discusses resource competition in the Anthropocene.
This paper from CGD lists—and attempts to address—the most serious objections to Oil-to-Cash programs.
This report from the Woodrow Wilson Center gathers leading environmental security experts to analyze the underexplored aspects of responding to climate change.
This ODI paper considers the options available for resource-rich developing economies when deciding whether to implement SFIs to manage their natural resource wealth.
This ICMM report presents the findings from a recent study, including those relating to the overall quantitative macro-economic mining activity in Brazil.
With a strong focus on equity, this year’s report explores the potential, problems and policy options associated with natural resources by focusing on oil, gas and mining.
This latest report from the US Office on Colombia reveals shocking trends in human rights violations associated with large-scale mining throughout the country.
This report from International Alert measures the degree and quality of change in the livelihoods of the communities in Uganda's Albertine Graben region, where oil exploration is taking place.
This report from the UN outlines a toolkit for preventing and managing conflict in resource-rich economies.
In this report from the Rift Valley Institute, Dan Fahey sets out the background to the years of conflict in Ituri district of the north-eastern DRC.
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