An event organised by the National Museum of Natural History, with Julien Rochette. Since the middle of the 20th century, human activities on the high seas have continued to increase and threats to their ecosystems and species have increased. Called “high seas” or “international waters”, marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) cover almost half of […]
REGISTRATION A presentation by Alice Colsaet at this symposium organized by the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development More information
FULL EVENT – REGISTRATION REQUIRED The drought and heat wave that hit France this summer remind us that the country needs to prepare for the impacts of climate change. Some regional authorities and economic sectors have begun to address this subject, and the State has taken the first steps in this direction. But as the […]
A dialogue organised by Bruegel, Climate Strategies and IDDRI. The objective is to present a synthesis of the key findings of the COP21 RIPPLES project and to focus on technology, finance, industrial transformations and the political economy, which have been identified as key leverage points for triggering transformation. To participate, please contact Marta Torres Gunfaus […]
REGISTRATION Eco-union association, IDDRI, ADEME and FFEM organise the first Blue Tourism Forum at AFD’s offices in Paris. During the day, one conference and three round-table discussions will be organised to present the conclusions of the report “Blue Tourism: towards a sustainable coastal and maritime tourism in regional seas” and to present recommendations and experiences […]
Register [in French] This conference’s programme, organised as part of the 16th International Forum on Weather and Climate, is led by Lola Vallejo and Jean Jouzel. More information
La Ferdi et l’IRD, en partenariat avec l’AUF, proposent une session de formation traitant des principales questions d’actualité sur les sols qui se tiendra du 13 au 17 mai 2019 à Bondy (région parisienne).
Just after the IPBES plenary, to be held in Paris, IDDRI will organise a session of the Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics Seminar (SDDEE) to examine its key lessons: what messages can be taken from it, which subjects have resulted in negotiations or consensus, and, above all, what are the next steps further to this […]
VIDEOS [in french] Debate with the candidates Debriefing of the debate Sustainable development issues are an important part of the public and political debate. The climate and environmental emergency has re-mobilised civil society, in particular young Europeans, in demand for a project that will bring hope. At the same time, the mobilisations observed in European […]
Patrick Guillaumont and Laurent Wagner presented at the African Development Bank’s headquarters the conclusions of the study on how to take vulnerabilities into account for the allocation of concessional funds.