Please find IDDRI's contributions to the platform on this page:
The Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) is a non-profit policy research institute based in Paris. Its objective is to determine and share the keys for analyzing and understanding strategic issues linked to sustainable development from a global perspective. IDDRI helps stakeholders in deliberating on global governance of the major issues of common interest: action to attenuate climate change, to protect biodiversity, to enhance food security and to manage urbanisation. IDDRI also takes part in efforts to reframe development pathways.
For more effective action, IDDRI operates with a network of partners from the private sector, academia, civil society and the public sector, not only in France and Europe but also internationally. As an independent institute, IDDRI mobilises resources and expertise to disseminate the most relevant scientific ideas and research ahead of negotiations and decision-making processes.
EU’s climate policies
- What is Needed in the EU’s 2030 Climate and Energy Framework, Climate Strategies, 2014.
- The EU’s 2030 Climate and Energy Framework and Energy Security, Climate Strategies, 2014.
- Getting out of the perfect storm: towards coherence between electricity market policies and EU climate and energy goals, Working Papers N°12/14.
- Unconventional wisdom: economic analysis of US shale gas and implications for the EU, Studies N°02/14.
- Issues and options with regard to the renewables target in the context of the 2030 EU Climate and Energy Package, Policy Briefs N°04/14.
- Addressing industrial competitiveness concerns in the 2030 EU Climate and Energy Package, Policy Briefs N°03/14.
- The 2030 EU Climate and Energy Package: why and how?, Policy Briefs N°16/13.
- An Empirical Assessment of the Risk of Carbon Leakage in Poland, Working Papers N°08/13.
- EU Low-Carbon Investment and New Financial Sector Regulation: What Impacts and What Policy Response?, Working Papers N°05/13.
International climate policies
- Pathways to deep decarbonization - 2014 Report, IDDRI-SDSN, 2014.
- The mitigation framework in the 2015 climate change agreement: from targets to pathways, Working Papers N°07/14.
- What adaptation chapter in the New Climate Agreement?, Policy Briefs N°09/14.