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.
Our new episode dives into Climate COPs.
The COPs, Conferences of the Parties, have punctuated international climate negotiations for almost thirty years. In Berlin COP in 1995 or Paris’ in 2015 and Kyoto in 1997, what were the great moments initiated by these major world summits? Beyond the negotiation of treaties, they now serve as a political catalyst and a space for dialogue with civil society, but with what result? Lola Vallejo answers Sophie Larmoyer’s questions.
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