IDDRI

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IDDRIInstitut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (French: Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations; est. 2001)
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As IDDRI both facilitated and participated in the online dialogues, we initially identified interviewees within the IDDRI database based on their level of engagement in the dialogues.
An analysis of the international debate on reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries, IDDRI Analyses, No 2, Paris, Natural Resources.
(Coord.), Politicas ambientales y gobernabilidad en America Latina, Quito, Flacso, iddri, cirad, pp.
Francois Gemmene, a researcher at France's Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI), adds: "At 4.0 C, climate-driven migration redraws the map of population distribution across the surface of the globe."
The CLIP (Club d' Ingenierie Prospective Energie) study estimated that hybrid technologies are the only electric options that will allow 2050 C[O.sub.2] emission from personal vehicles to be lower than 2000 (-12%) (Iddri).
The study, released by the Paris-based Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI), evaluates the economic impacts that unconventional oil and gas production has had in the United States, assessing also to what extent this could be replicated across the Atlantic.
Mulla, chairman for national committees for justice and human rights; Odwar Henry Dilang, chairman for SPLM/SPLA engagement committee; Aggrey Iddri Esbon, deputy chairman of national committee for resource mobilization; Mannaseh Zindo, deputy chairman of national committee for women and youth empowerment; Marko Lokidor, Lochapio, governor of Kapoeta state; Otim David, SPLM/SPLA representative to Nigeria and ECOWAS, among others.
Andreas Rudinger from the Paris-based Institut du developpement durable et des relations internationales (IDDRI) defends the debate.
With this in mind, the CDC and the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) sponsored a round table, on 14 June, to share experiences with three leading institutions: the Green Investment Bank (UK), the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the KfW (Germany).