Ecological negotiation aims to support the ecological conversion through tools and methods of concrete actions to readjust the relations between actors and to reconsider their link with nature and cycle of life.

The creation of an International Institute for Ecological Negotiation (INNÉ) responds to the complexity of the actual implementation of the conversion. The traditional rules, be their legal, economic, financial, social aspects have evolved and the evolution towards new benchmarks (Universal Values) must be accompanied in a structured and coordinated way. This is the goal of the INNÉ.


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What is ecological negotiation?

Ecological Negotiation is a negotiation whose object and consequences go beyond purely anthropocentric considerations and directly affect the future of nature. For a long time, decisions about the future of…

A universal principle

Ecological negotiation is a universal principle that humanity must learn to develop in a sustainable way taking into account the limits of the planet. These natural boundaries are non-negotiable. Nature…