Growth at all costs: an untenable imperative?

Growth at all costs: an untenable imperative?

Growth (implied GDP) is the barometer of our societies. But this indicator is being questioned by a growing number of people who are becoming aware of the crisis and the ecological risk. Many of them evoke, without going further in the analysis, that "infinite growth in an

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Our leaders are playing debt versus climate poker

Our leaders are playing debt versus climate poker

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The horizon of the debt mountain prevents our leaders from properly posing the problems. Despite the alarm cries of the scientific community on the issue of climate change and the unprecedented risks to which the vast majority of humanity is exposed, the economic paradigm remains marbled. Preservation of resources and

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life accounting

Let's be accountable to future generations!

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Water cannons to put out fires... the ones in the Amazon, like the ones in Hong Kong. Fighting the chaos of a world in shambles. Deregulation, financialization, algorithms to arm the logic of a disaster that has become systemic. The economic deception is obvious. The OECD is organizing on October 17th and 18th

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Facebook Currency

The Facebook elephant enters the coin store...

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and boss of Facebook is a man in a hurry. Today he is presenting "Libra", which he wants to put into circulation as early as 2020. His currency. In doing so, he is giving his group a power hitherto reserved for the states. With more than two billion users, Facebook has become a major player on the Internet.

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Emmanuel Macron

Macron: AACC at the forceps

Despite the environmental and health risks and the overpowering power given to the lobbies, Macron wants to speed up the ratification of the AACC. Indeed, the President of the Republic has called for the fastest possible ratification of this trade treaty between Canada and the European Union. After two years of

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global commerce

Do international trade agreements threaten our democratic choices?

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The European Union is increasing the number of bilateral free trade agreements, in all opacity. This is the analysis and point of view of the foodwatch association, which defends the rights of consumer citizens to greater transparency in the food sector and access to healthy food. A few days before the European elections, the organisation

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The future of work

New generations want a different relationship to work

The fourth industrial revolution is here. Since the arrival of digital tools in the workplace, the transformation of companies is unprecedented. Abolishing borders, reducing distances and speeding up time, digital technology has destabilized the entire organization of work. The new generations aspire to a new relationship to work woven on

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