International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Institut international pour l'environnement et le développement
Instituto Internacional de Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo
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Founded in London (UK) and Washington DC (USA) simultaneously, by Barbara Ward. Washington DC office became part of E-XE1495 - World Resources Institute (WRI) in 1988.
Make the world a fairer and more sustainable place, in alliance with like-minded partners; acting as a catalyst, broker and facilitator, add voice to poorer and more vulnerable groups to ensure their interests are heard in decision-making and can bring about progressive change; stress the importance of sustainable development and the principles on which it is built as lying at the heart of all hopes for a secure future for our world.
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