Today there was a debate on ITV’s Good Morning Britain about whether the UK’s aid budget should be diverted to spend on domestic issues such as strengthening flood defences. Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper from the University of Oxford and Suzanne Evans, …
Climate and environment
Read our response to a report about UK aid money going to a group, which invests in fossil fuel projects in developing countries.
The Prime Minister's commitments to climate, the environment and education at this weekend's G7 Summit
International Development Secretary announces package to help Africa deal with climate change and move away from fossil fuels during a two day visit to Kenya.
International Development Secretary Rory Stewart goes on his first foreign trip in the role, to Jordan. He visits the Jordan One Solar Power solar field and the Za'atari refugee camp.
The Newton Fund is helping to tackle the zika virus, prevent birth defects, develop drought resistant crops and reduce hunger. Tackling global issues like these is both beneficial for the developing world as well as in the UK’s national interest.
The International Development Secretary has said he wants to see a doubling of the amount the Department for International Development spends on climate and environment over the next five years