Displaying items by tag: paradigm shift - CIDSE
Infographics illustrating the CIDSE publication “The Climate Urgency: Setting Sail for a New Paradigm”
CIDSE network analyses the radical and urgent change needed to limit global warming to 1.5°C, looking at the energy and agriculture sectors and society as a whole.
A CIDSE policy paper, September 2018 (available in EN - ES - PT)
CIDSE is holding its first Systemic Change Forum on 17-18 April, Leuven, Belgium
We are proud to launch CIDSE’s new “Voices for Change” blog. This blog space is dedicated to “systemic change.” It will reflect and analyse current issues that are challenging and transforming systems such as those for producing and consuming food or energy, at their intersection with greater systems of injustice: patriarchy, racism, colonialism or capitalism. It will also bring stories of change to break out of abusive and unjust systems, however small or big the change. We look forward to contributions from the CIDSE family, partners and allies to this blog space.
Save the date: Roundtable Discussion - Enhancing change from the bottom-up: Towards an EU policy that supports local, sustainable citizen initiatives
CIDSE in partnership with the European Economic and Social Committee, Broederlijk Delen, Entraide et Fraternité and Vita is organising a roundtable discussion on the power of citizens to move society towards fairer and more sustainable systems through their own innovative and local initiatives that take into account people's lives and the planet's boundaries.
In the aftermath of the Monsanto Tribunal (The Hague, 14-16 October 2016) Cris Panerio reflects on the impact of Monsanto in the Philippines and on alternative and more respectful ways of doing agriculture.
One of the worst droughts in living memory continues to threaten East and Southern African countries, brought on by the recent El Niño event. More than 40 million people across the continent are projected to be food insecure until early 2017, as maize harvests wither and millions of livestock perish from lack of water and food.
Ligória Felipe dos Santos is a farmer in the Brazilian semiarid region. She was born and became a woman in a rural community in the municipality of Esperança, in Paraiba.
Chiara Martinelli from CIDSE shares her reflections after taking part in the workshop “Climate and agriculture: Harvesting people’s solutions for sustainable food systems” (Brussels, 19-21 September 2016), bringing together participants from the CIDSE network, partners and allies.