The realization of a “sustainable development” tends increasingly to be thought in terms of a necessary transition to achieve. This article aims at analyzing how this perspective has penetrated in institutional spheres and showing how it is the product and the vector of a form of collective reflexivity that also has implications in activities of government. It is then a matter of grasping how the transition to “sustainable development” has become an object of reflection, but also an object of enunciation and an object of government.
- government of change
- sustainable development