The Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC) releases and hosts a diverse range of publications authored independently and in collaboration with practitioners, researchers, activists and decision makers from both the global North and South. The publications focus on a range of topics relating to the need to address climate change related loss and damage. This work builds on key literature on Loss and Damage, some of which is included here.
For more papers and briefs on Loss and Damage please visit University College London’s Politics of Climate Change Loss and Damage
and Stockholm Environment Institute’s Designing a Loss and Damage Fund for the UNFCCC’s Warsaw International Mechanism
. The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
has also undertaken significant work on Loss and Damage and the United Nations University’s Institute for Environment and Human Security
has a comprehensive library on Loss and Damage literature.
For a comprehensive overview of Loss and Damage we encourage you to download Loss and Damage from Climate Change: Concepts, Methods and Policy Options