Si vous aviez 50 milliards pour améliorer le sort de la planète, que feriez-vous en premier ?

C'est la question que l'ONU a posé à 24 pays: Angola, Australie, Bélarus, Canada, Chine, Danemark, Allemagne, Inde, Irak, Mexique, Niger, Pakistan, Pologne, Corée, Slovenia, Somalie, Tanzanie, Thaïlande, Émirats Arabes Unis, Uganda, États-Unis, Vietnam, Zambie and Zimbabwe.

Leurs réponses:

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challenge
opportunity
1
Diseases
Scaled-up basic health services
2
Sanitation/Water
Community-managed water supply and sanitation
3
Diseases
Control of HIV/AIDS
4
Diseases
Control of malaria
5
Malnutrition
Improving infant and child nutrition
6
Malnutrition
Reducing micro nutrient deficiencies
7
Sanitation/Water
Small-scale water technology for livelihoods
8
Malnutrition
Investment in technology in developing country agriculture
9
Education
Reductions in the cost of schooling to increase demand
10
Education
Physical expansion
11
Malnutrition
Reducing Low Birth Weight for high risk pregnancies
12
Education
Expand demand for schooling
13
Education
Improve quality
14
Conflicts
Aid post-conflict to reduce the risk of repeat conflict
15
Sanitation/Water
Research to increase water productivity in food production
16
Corruption
Reform of revenue collection
17
Sanitation/Water
Sustainable food and fish production in wetlands
18
Corruption
develop monitoring and transparency initiatives
19
Conflicts
Aid as conflict prevention
20
Sanitation/Water
Re-using waste water for agriculture
21
Corruption
Procurement reform
22
Conflicts
Military spending post-conflict to reduce the risk of repeat conflict
23
Climate Change
The Kyoto Protocol
24
Migration
Migration for development
25
Corruption
Grassroots monitoring and service delivery
26
Conflicts
Transparency in natural resource rents as conflict prevention
27
Trade Barriers
Optimistic Doha: 50% liberalization
28
Trade Barriers
Pessimistic Doha: 25% liberalization
29
Migration
Guest worker policies
30
Corruption
Reduction in the imposed costs of business/government relations
31
Conflicts
Shortening conflicts: Natural resource tracking
32
Migration
Active immigration policies
33
Financial Instability
International solution to the currency
34
Financial Instability
Re-regulate domestic financial markets
35
Financial Instability
Reimpose capital controls
36
Trade Barriers
Full reform: 100% liberalization
37
Climate Change
Optimal carbon tax
38
Climate Change
Value-at-risk carbon tax
39
Financial Instability
Adopt a common currency
40
Climate Change
A carbon tax starting at $2 and ending at $20

Désolé, mais les changements climatiques ne semblent pas être une priorité…

Source:
Copenhagen Consensus
Copenhagen Consensus – UN Perspective