Global warming in Africa: “It’s time to propose solutions developed by Africans”
Interview

Global warming in Africa: “It’s time to propose solutions developed by Africans”

The latest IPCC report predicts global warming of 1.5°C by 2030 unless significant mitigation and adaptation measures are implemented. For Arona Diedhiou, solutions already in place must take greater account of the reality of African contexts.
Arona Diedhiou
10 years to invest in sustainable development
Publication

10 years to invest in sustainable development

As the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals represent a serious emergency, ID4D presents to you this cross-cutting scientific booklet that gathers the voices of 11 experts in development on various topics, from water to governance through biodiversity, inequalities or entrepreneurship.
Friederike Röder, Jean-Paul Moatti, Stéphane Besançon, Rémy Rioux, Gilles Kleitz, Cécile Duflot, Parfait Onanga-Anyanga, Cynthia Fleury-Perkins , Ulrich Diasso
“Biodiversity is Our Life Insurance”
Interview

“Biodiversity is Our Life Insurance”

Biodiversity continues to decline, and conservation efforts are not equal to the challenges. According to Gilles Kleitz, biodiversity conservation has a part to play in the achievement of all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Gilles Kleitz
It's summer on ID4D - August 12 to 16 - INEQUALITY
Summer on ID4D

It's summer on ID4D - August 12 to 16 - INEQUALITY

Our selection of the week focuses on inequality…
ID4D editorial staff
It's summer on ID4D - August 5 to 9 - HEALTH
Summer on ID4D

It's summer on ID4D - August 5 to 9 - HEALTH

Our selection of the week focuses on health.
ID4D editorial staff
It's summer on ID4D - July 29 to August 2 - GENDER
Summer on ID4D

It's summer on ID4D - July 29 to August 2 - GENDER

Our selection of the week focuses on gender equality.
ID4D editorial staff
It's summer on ID4D - July 22 to 26 - CLIMATE CHANGE
Summer on ID4D

It's summer on ID4D - July 22 to 26 - CLIMATE CHANGE

Our selection of the week focuses on climate change and the environment…
ID4D editorial staff
It's summer on ID4D - July 15 to 19 - CITIES
Summer on ID4D

It's summer on ID4D - July 15 to 19 - CITIES

Our selection of the week focuses on cities.
ID4D editorial staff
The development press review  July 9, 2019
Press Review

The development press review July 9, 2019

Fleeing Eritrean repression, counting oneself among the 70 million refugees, upscaling development assistance and financing SDGs… Our July 4 Development press review highlights interesting analyses of the past weeks’ development news.
ID4D editorial staff
“Protecting employment is the best response to climate change”
Interview

“Protecting employment is the best response to climate change”

Climate change calls for an upheaval of current economic growth models. For Moustapha Kamal Gueye, the transition towards a green economy is a tremendous opportunity for employment.
Moustapha Kamal Gueye
The Development press review June 21, 2019
Press Review

The Development press review June 21, 2019

From the WHO’s refusal to declare Ebola outbreak a public health emergency to the use of traditional Polynesian practices to preserve the Pacific. Our June 20th Development press review highlights sticking analyses on the past weeks’ development news.
ID4D editorial staff
“The international community can eradicate pandemics”
Interview

“The international community can eradicate pandemics”

1.8 million individuals become infected with AIDS each year. On the eve of the Solidays Festival to be held in Paris from 21 to 23 June 2019, Friederike Röder calls on States to increase the financial resources dedicated to this fight.
Friederike Röder
The development press review  June 6, 2019
Press Review

The development press review June 6, 2019

From the pioneering South-African carbon tax to Justin Trudeau’s announcement on doubling development aid for women’s health. Our June 6th Development press review highlights sticking analyses on the past weeks’ development news.
ID4D editorial staff
Overfishing: transparency can change the system
Interview

Overfishing: transparency can change the system

More than 3 billion people depend on fishing and marine and coastal biodiversity. For Frédéric Le Manach, safeguarding the ocean requires greater transparency in management and sharing.
Frédéric Le Manach
The development press review  May 31, 2019
Press Review

The development press review May 31, 2019

From working women in Gujarat to the indigenous resistance in Guatemala. Our May 30th Development press review highlights sticking analyses on the past weeks’ development news.
ID4D editorial staff
The development press review  May 16, 2019
Press Review

The development press review May 16, 2019

A new report on biodiversity, European Overshoot day and working conditions in the clothing industry… Our May 16 Development press review puts forth the most striking news in the last couple of weeks
ID4D editorial staff
The development press review  May 2, 2019
Press Review

The development press review May 2, 2019

From World Malaria Day to the Kashmiri issues and the implementation of China’s plastic waste ban, our May 2nd development press review provides a selection of significant international news.
ID4D editorial staff
Malaria: remaining vigilant together
Interview

Malaria: remaining vigilant together

As World Malaria Day approaches, Éric Fleutelot, the new technical director of Expertise France’s Major Pandemics unit, shares some lessons from advances in the fight against malaria in the Greater Mekong.
Éric Fleutelot
The development press review April 18, 2019
Press Review

The development press review April 18, 2019

Hunting fake news, taking stock of Chinese media strategies, aiming to inform the public in spite of it all… Our April 18 development press review focuses on the difficulties faced by those who make information.
ID4D editorial staff
The development press review  April 4, 2019
Press Review

The development press review April 4, 2019

Migrations, climate change, the increased vulnerability of Africa… From the One Planet Summit to African Climate Week, this week’s development press review questions the central role of the African continent in facing global issues.
ID4D editorial staff
Healing from exile: mental health of displaced people
Development news

Healing from exile: mental health of displaced people

68.5 million. That’s the number of forcibly displaced people in the world in 2018. Displaced people deal with violence, loss, precariousness and the daily uncertainty of tomorrow. They find a source of resilience in psychosocial support.
ID4D editorial staff
The development press review  March 21, 2019
Press Review

The development press review March 21, 2019

A mocking Algerian youth, victorious Moroccan women or tweets calling out the state of Tunisian health structures… This week’s development press review takes an interest in the current Maghrebi and Middle Eastern struggles for a better tomorrow.
ID4D editorial staff
“The forest is delivering climate services”
Interview

“The forest is delivering climate services”

The Surinamese forest absorbs 8.8 million tons of carbon each year. John Goedschalk, Executive Director of the NGO Conservation International Suriname, wants to combine conservation and economic development to favor green growth.
John Goedschalk
The development press review - March 7, 2019
Press Review

The development press review - March 7, 2019

A deteriorated planet, industries based on child labor, corrupted and seemingly irrevocable leaders… this press review focuses on the different loads an increasingly politically involved youth is forced to carry.
ID4D editorial staff

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