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Se tourner vers l'avenir ou sombrer dans l'insignifiance ? Un guide de survie pour le 21e siècle

La technologie au coeur de la tempête numérique. L'économie sous le signe de la concurrence internationale. La politique et sa vision à long terme et la société dans son rôle d'observateur et d'usager. Dans un tel contexte, est-il même possible de jeter au 21e siècle les bases de notre avenir ? Lorsque les faits appartiennent déjà au passé avant même que l'économie, la politique et la société n'aient eu le temps de réagir.

2014/03/14: OWG on SDG: Have your say !

The Open Working Group (OWG) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has concluded its eight information-collection sessions during which they discussed a great number of topics in order to frame the successors of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) --> check our position

Now we want to hear from YOU ! Have YOUR say through 14 March 2014.

2013/06/26: Swiss Position on a Framework for Sustainable Development Post-2015

In June 2012, on the occasion of the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, another mandate with similar aspirations was born: the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

[...| the goals should address and incorporate in a balanced way all three dimensions of Sustainable Development (social, economic and environmental) and their inter-linkages, and be coherent with and inte-grated into the post-2015 UN development agenda.

Here's the Swiss Position regarding such a Framework for Sustainable Development Post-2015.

2013/01/04: Agenda Post-2015: civil society consultation

At the request of the Secretariat for the High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (#Post2015HLP), the United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS) is facilitating a civil society consultation through 11 January 2013

2012/10/08: UN CBD-COP11 Meeting on Biodiversity opens in Hyderabad India

Hyderabad, India 8 October 2012 - Representatives from over 170 countries today began
deliberations in Hyderabad, India, on the way forward to protect the planet’s biodiversity.
The eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 11) to the Convention on Biological
Diversity (CBD), known as COP 11 for short, follows on the historic outcomes of the 2010
Nagoya biodiversity summit. In Nagoya, governments adopted a new Strategic Plan for
Biodiversity, and two new supplementary protocols to the CBD, setting the course for halting


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