La Neutralité Carbone, kesako.  Force est de constater que nous entendons beaucoup parler de neutralité carbone pour contrôler le dérèglement climatique sans en maîtriser tous les tenants et les aboutissants.  L’ADEME nous l’explique au travers d’un avis publié en mars 2021. Et se propose de donner « les clés de lecture comprendre le concept de neutralité carbone » puis « décrypter la […]

NOTE : Faisant partie des plus grands émetteurs d’émissions de carbone, les aéroports constituent un véritable défi pour les préoccupations durables. Alors que le transport aérien devrait être limité dans les efforts de résilience, une fenêtre d’amélioration se trouve dans la main de l’efficacité énergétique. À cet égard, Noemi Amelynck s’est assise avec Patricio Mansilla, […]

Lucia Silva has been Generali’s Group Head of Sustainability and Social Responsibility for more than 5 years. Today she discusses the potential impacts Covid-19 has had on her firm, with an insight on ESG strategies. Generali is the third most important insurance firm in the world. This multinational group has 400 companies in 50 countries, […]

Joeffrey Gueniche is Deputy Mayor of Fontenay-sous-Bois, in charge of Development of Democratic Life and Popular Education. He discusses the local and long-term consequences of Covid-19. Fontenay-sous-Bois is a commune of more than 50 000 inhabitants located in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. This city feels concerned about the ideas of sustainable development and […]

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the deforestation and degradation rates of tropical forest have tremendously increased following the implementation of government’s confinement measures to reduce COVID-19 spread. A total of 9583 km2 of deforestation alerts were detected during the first month, which is nearly double that of 2019 (4732 km2). Overall, deforestation increased by 63% in […]

Author: Gian Paolo Sabatini COVID-19 has brought levels of recession in Europe that would have been unthinkable only a year ago, as a result the EU has approved a massive recovery plan which includes a 30% quota specifically for green investments. At its zenith, the pandemic had brought most European countries to shut down large […]

Author: Gian Paolo Sabatini The COVID-19 crisis proved to be revelatory of the unsustainable functioning of current economies, and most notably of the world’s food system. As the pandemic shut down half of the globe, images of empty grocery stores, panic buying and endless queues at food banks demonstrated the imbalances of our global food […]

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This project aims at exploring the implications of Covid-19 for economic development, with particular insights on green growth alternatives and social development.

Project incubated by International Impact.

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