The success of the IPCC has promoted a specific form for scientific expertise for environnement. How to assess these bodies which are central for sustainable development governance ?
- Analysis | From expertise to collective experimentation?, Lucien Chabason, Aleksandar Rankovic (IDDRI), Alexis Bonnel (AFD)
- Interview | Analogies: learning to transform scientific discoveries into politics, Mario Molina (Chemistry Nobel Prize Laureate)
- Interview | Making room for social sciences in global expertise in biodiversity, Marie Roué (anthropologist at the National Scientific Research Centre, France [CNRS])
- Infographics | Sciences and politics: two centuries of interaction, Isabelle Biagiotti (AIDA, Regards sur la Terre, Aleksandar Rankovic (IDDRI)
A Planet for Life is a publication on sustainable development, which combines the analyses of experts and practitioners from all over the world, giving the perspective of both Northern and Southern countries. Its principle: the diversity of observations. Since its creation in 2007, around 500 authors from all subject areas have contributed to it.
A Planet for Life was published every year in hard copy until 2015, each Annual focusing on a specific topic. In 2016, A Planet for Life has become a digital platform making available to everyone for free 10 years of expertise and analysis, as well as maps, agendas, etc. New issues are also regularly explored and presented online.