Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés (29/09/2017)

Quel financement efficace des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD)?, Annales des Mines – Responsabilité et environnement, n° 88, 2017/4

Dans le sommaire :

  • Quels leviers financiers de coopération pour la France ? Une approche critique de leur efficacité / Philippe Jahshan
  • La mise en œuvre des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) en France : indicateurs de suivi et financement / Laurence Monnoyer-Smith, Vanessa Lorioux
  • Luxembourg Green Exchange: the meeting place for ESG-conscious issuers and investors / Chiara Caprioli
  • The inclusion of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in the Financing of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) / Prof.  Enrico Giovannini, Dr.  Françoise Roure
  • Le financement des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) / Philippe Orliange
  • Le financement des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) par les choix d’investissement faits par l’ERAFP en matière de gestion du régime de retraite additionnelle de la Fonction publique / Philippe Desfossés
  • Comment financer l’atteinte de l’Objectif de développement durable « Eau » en 2030 ? / Gérard Payen, Patrice Fonlladosa
The Economic Case for Climate Action in the United States / Robert Watson, James McCarthy and Liliana Hisas. FEU-US (Universal Ecological Fund), September 2017, 19 p.

The Economic Case for Climate Action in the United States focuses on economic losses caused by extreme and frequent weather events influenced by human-induced climate change in the 1980s, 1990s and the last decade (2007-2016) and on health costs due to air pollutron exposure caused by fossil fuel energy production. lt is thus a partial assessment of the economic losses and costs of human induced climate change and fossil fuel use on the United States economy. Based on these past trends, a projection for the next decade is estimated.

Sustainability, common concern, and public goods / Rafael Leal-Arcas, The George Washington International Law Review , vol. 49, n° 4, 2017, pp. 801-877

Introduction :

Sustainability is a necessity for the twenty-first century. Given the urgency of the issue, scientists have proposed concepts such as “planetary boundaries” to define a “safe operating space for humanity”1 to continue to thrive for years to come.2 The concept of planetary boundaries is based on scientific research that indicates that, since the Industrial Revolution at the end of the eighteenth century and beginning of the nineteenth century, human activity has gradually become the main driver of global environmental degradation…

Early Insights on Long-term Climate Strategies / Katherine Ross and Taryn Fransen. World Resources Institute, September 2017, 28 p. (working paper)

– Parties to the Paris Agreement are invited to communicate “long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies” (long-term strategies) by 2020.
– Six countries—Benin, Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, and the United States—have already communicated their initial long-term strategies to the UNFCCC.
– This working paper surveys the long-term strategies from these six countries. We find that countries highlight similar mitigation priorities but address finance flows and adaptation in different ways.
– The survey of these strategies also gives rise to key findings and questions for policymakers and the international community to grapple with as more countries embark on the process of developing a longterm strategy.

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Danièle Revel (2017, 29 septembre). Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés (29/09/2017). Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 19 avril 2024, à l’adresse

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