The ecological transition (energy or agro-ecological transition, development issues, etc.) is a subject of public policies. They are complex, sometimes underpinned by blockages or misunderstandings. At IDDRI, we propose possible solutions based on science. We put them on the democratic agenda because they are aimed at political and economic decision-makers, as well as at civil society as a whole. In these podcasts, IDDRI research fellows present their thoughts to shed light on the debate.
COP15 on biodiversity is the subject of our new episode.
Can a discussion between countries on a global scale really reduce the collapse of biodiversity in the world? The COP15 on biodiversity is scheduled for the second half of 2022, in Kunming, China, after two postponements due to the pandemic. Between now and then, two preparatory negotiation sessions are planned: in Geneva in March, in Nairobi in June... The States already have a draft agreement in their hands. What are the major threats to biodiversity and what is at stake at this COP? Juliette Landry, a researcher on the international governance of biodiversity, answers Sophie Larmoyer's questions in this new episode of our podcast, Cap sur la transition.
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