Revue des blogs – lundi 13 février 2017

Powering Africa’s Future / Alpha Condé, President of Guinea and Chairperson of the African Union, Project syndicate, 13/02/2017

When G20 leaders meet later this year in Hamburg, investment in Africa’s future will be high on their agenda. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has already committed to using her presidency of the forum to promote “sustainable growth and jobs” on the continent, with a focus on “investments in infrastructure and renewable energies”… lire

The Next Phase of Climate Action / Moha Ennaji, President of the South North Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Migration Studies, Project Syndicate, 10/02/2017

Last November, while much of the world was trying to unpack Donald Trump’s election as US president, the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 22) was held in Marrakesh, Morocco. Participants from all over the world, including 38 heads of state and government, came together to create a plan for implementing the 2015 Paris climate agreement, which aims to limit global warming to well below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels… lire

La France doit se saisir des Objectifs du développement durable ! / Damien Demailly, Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales, blog Actu-environnement, 23/01/2017

Inégalités, innovation, environnement, la France fait face à de nombreux défis. Entrés en vigueur il y a un an, les ODD sont une opportunité précieuse à saisir pour les relever… lire

Le nouveau paysage climatosceptique américain / Thibault Laconde, Energie et environnement, 7/02/2017

Interrogés par le Sénat, les poids-lourds du gouvernement Trump ont tous reconnu l’existence du changement climatique et le rôle de l’homme. Dans les cabinets des élus les plus radicaux, dans les tabloïds de Rupert Murdoch et au fond des entrailles du web, une contre-offensive se prépare. Une bataille d’arrière-garde, peut-être la dernière ?
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Fossil Fuels – What’s at Risk? / Stephen Russell, WRI blog, 6/02/2017

Because the value of fossil fuel companies is based on the size of their reserves, it may seem counter-intuitive to see some of these assets as potential risks. But changes in market or economic conditions can make some reserves too expensive to tap, leaving them stranded – and their owners more vulnerable than the size of their reserves would indicate… lire


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