The French energy transition and the 2017 presidential election

Recently released on IDDRI's BLOG: a series of blogposts on the French energy transition in the 2017 presidential election.

Specific topics include: financing the transition, energy renovation, and citizen participation in the more

What kind of Europe do we want to build?

Since its origins 60 years ago, Europe has given rise to some unprecedented advances, especially in terms of security and economic prosperity for the continent. Currently wracked by numerous far-reaching changes, what will become of the “European project”?
In an op-ed published on, Teresa Ribera mobilises the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs as structural elements of this more

Fostering sustainable palm oil

An op-ed by Pierre-Marie Aubert on The Conversation website.

Given the divergent impacts of the two production methods (industrial and small producers), promoting the sustainability of palm oil production simultaneously involves improved management of the practices of industrial plantations, strengthening the capacities of small producers and, lastly, establishing safeguards to ensure that producers do not extend their crops into forested more

Does climate change mean the end of coral reefs?

Challenges and solutions - Tuesday 25 April 2017 12:30 / 14:00

With Sophie Dove , Queensland University, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Global Change Institute, Xavier Sticker, Environment Ambassadorread more
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