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Description

In this video, Jean Merckaert, Editor-in-Chief of Revue Projet, explains why a doughnut chart is often used when talking about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). He describes what would be a "just and safe space for Humanity" and shows the magnitude of the challenge, which includes the need to significantly reduce inequality.

Niveau
  • Bac+3
  • Bac+4
  • Bac+5
Langues
  • Langues étrangères
  • Anglais
État
  • Labellisé
Thèmes
  • Institutions, acteurs, sociétés et territoires
Licence Creative Commons
  • Partage des conditions à l'identique
  • Paternité
  • Pas d'utilisation commerciale
Nature pédagogique
  • Animation
  • Cours
Types
  • Grain audiovisuel
Mots-clés
SDGsSustainable Development Goalsdoughnut
SDGs: a common vision for the future of humankind
SDGs: a common vision for the future of humankind
The exhaustion of natural resources and disturbances in the Earthʼs great cycles
The exhaustion of natural resources and disturbances in the Earthʼs great cycles
Global inequalities: where are we at ?
Global inequalities: where are we at ?
Resilience, adaptation and vulnerability towards global changes
Resilience, adaptation and vulnerability towards global changes
Three key elements setting SDGs apart in the history of development
Three key elements setting SDGs apart in the history of development
SDGs: a transformation framework with tradeoffs
SDGs: a transformation framework with tradeoffs
Contributeurs

Merckaert Jean

Directeur Action Plaidoyer France Europe à Secours Catholique-Caritas France