What is the nature of the sustainable production and consumption discussion twenty years after Rio? Has the approach to the issue really shifted from the management of the scarcity of resources to a sobriety of production and consumption cycles? How to think and implement public policies in this domain?
- Analysis | Consuming and producing sustainably, Lucien Chabason (IDDRI), Stéphanie Leyronas (AFD)
- Interview | Anthropocene: The human and political implications of a new geological epoch, Christophe Bonneuil (CNRS)
- Interview | Middle-class rise and low-carbon economy, Homi Kharas (Brookings)
- Infographics | We are over the environmental ceiling
- Infographics | High Greenhouse gas emissions expected for the 21th century
- Infographics | Wealthy countries are capping their meat consumption
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.