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FPHN (Forum politique de haut niveau) : trois idées pour l’améliorer

July 24, 2017

Du 10 au 20 juillet, tous les pays du monde se sont retrouvés au siège de l’ONU pour faire le point sur les Objectifs de développement durable (ODD). Le cru 2017 de ce Forum politique de haut niveau (FPHN) a-t-il tenu ses promesses ? De retour de New York, l’équipe de l’Iddri propose quelques idées pour améliorer ce Forum, afin […]

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The Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations

In this blog, IDDRI experts analyze key events and news based on their research work, which is available on IDDRI’s website.

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France’s climate plan: a coherent and ambitious framework to be concretized

July 13, 2017

Nicolas Hulot, Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, presented France’s Climate Plan on Thursday, 6 July 2017. Certain announcements, such as the 2050 target for achieving carbon neutrality and the ban on diesel and petrol vehicles from 2040 drew considerable attention. However, the French plan also contains a number of agendas which should–in the […]

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G20: Spotlight on cooperation for sustainable development

July 3, 2017

The G20 under the German presidency will meet on 7 and 8 July in Hamburg. In a context of tension, particularly following the announcement of the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, it is critically important that the Heads of State and Government – at least of the G19 and certainly no less – […]

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The Paris Agreement on climate: while Washington ponders withdrawal, the rest of the world remains committed to action

May 24, 2017

Since 1995, the climate negotiations have followed a set pattern: one round of talks follows another, with diplomats going back to work every session in their attempts to define, strengthen and coordinate international climate change action. Amidst uncertainty over the United States’ potential withdrawal from the Agreement and as all the latest statistics point towards […]

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IPBES: a biodiversity platform in need of support

May 23, 2017

The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) published its first assessments in 2016, and is currently finalizing no less than five assessments to be presented for the approval of member states in 2018. However, despite the significance of its work, IPBES has not received support commensurate to the task that it was assigned to […]

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