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Climate change, development and COP26

Inquiry

Report published

The International Development Committee launched an inquiry examining, ahead of COP26 in November, the progress the Government has made putting climate change at the centre of aid policy.

The House Commons International Development Committee has called on the government to concentrate its international aid programmes tackling climate change on the everyday lives of people affected by it.

A report by the Committee said these efforts should support climate-vulnerable communities and grassroots organisations if “Global Britain”, in the government’s phrase, is to become the “force for good” it aspires to be. 

Terms of reference: Climate change, development and COP26Read the Report: Global Britain in demand: UK climate action and international development around COP26

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Second Report - Global Britain in demand: UK climate action and international development around COP26
Inquiry Climate change, development and COP26
Committees International Development Committee
HC 99
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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20 July 2021
Inquiry Climate change, development and COP26
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
20 July 2021
Inquiry Climate change, development and COP26
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
6 July 2021
Inquiry Climate change, development and COP26
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
CDC0056 - Climate change, development and COP26
Witnesses CDC Group (Annex A)
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
CDC0057 - Climate change, development and COP26
Witnesses Internews Europe
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
CDC0055 - Climate change, development and COP26
Witnesses The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: indcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: indcom@parliament.uk, 020 7219 1223/1226 (Inquiry, evidence and General enquiries) / doylem@parliament.uk, 07842 601500 (Media enquiries only)
  • Address: International Development Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA