Science and Politics

Science has had a decisive role in the incorporation of global environmental challenges (climate, biodiversity, etc.) on the international agenda. Clear commitments have been made by governments and by non- government actors. Solutions, the assessment of measures and their impacts and the demand of politicians regarding scientists are currently changing.

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Expertise networks: Power and limitations

Expertise networks are often endowed with fragmented intellectual authority, have no formal political power to impose the…

United Nations | 30 years of sustainable development

The environment became part of the international policy agenda in 1972. Since then, the progressive integration of enviro…

Making room for social sciences in global expertise in biodiversity

Marie Roué, anthropologist and member of the IPBES. Interview with Aleksandar Rankovic (Iddri) and Isabelle Biagiotti (Re…

Analogies: learning to transform scientific discoveries into politics

Interview with Mario Molina, with Sébastien Treyer and Aleksandar Rankovic (Iddri), Alexis Bonnel (Afd) and Isabelle Bia…

Analysis| From expertise to collective experimentation?

What is the nature of the links between science and policy while implementing a more sustainable development? How to conc…