A new STEPS Centre/IDS policy briefing examines how science and politics must be engaged in a post-2015 framework in order to tackle the interlinked environmental and social justice challenges which the world faces.
It highlights the need for technical and social innovation alongside a new politics of innovation guided by the concepts of social and planetary boundaries and a ‘3D agenda’ of direction, diversity and distribution.
The briefing is part of a special series of Millennium Development Goals briefings, produced by the Institute of Development Studies.
- Read the briefing (653kb, on the IDS website)
- Find out more about the STEPS Centre’s work on the Post-2015 agenda
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