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Ecology - Jobs for tomorrow from Jean-Marie de Malleray - Les Editions de Paris Max Chaleil - 2015
 
Anvironmental issues are at the heart of our future. But what was missing was a summary book to form one's own opinion and then act according to one's convictions. Jean-Marie de Malleray's wager here is to present an inventory of the situation. In a lively style, this highly argued essay sets out the main topics of debate: climate, energy, agriculture, food, business, finance... The author paints a picture of the current situation and explains what solutions exist to curb trends and get the ship back on land, while working for jobs. It is the ambition of this book that makes things that are obvious and essential to humanity comprehensible.
 
"There's a wave of anxiety in the air that plagues our daily lives, assailed by an avalanche of bad news that the media tend to put forward instead of telling us about the good things that are being done.
And this is true for ecology, which is often seen as an additional burden that, on top of everything else, will soon be rotting our lives. That is why we have decided to see things more clearly. It is the unknown that frightens us, and trying to answer today's main questions should make the future less anxious. If we list the available solutions, we can see that most of the problems are solvable. And the new generations, which have never been so rich in intelligent and generous initiatives, would be more willing to embark on the paths we are about to propose. »
 
Is the world really in crisis? What are the most worrying problems today? For the author, the vacillation of established certainties and the increasingly palpable ecological threats are today giving free rein to new models for putting the economy back at the service of mankind and giving work to everyone. There is no alternative to a political, economic and cultural reconfiguration of our relationship to the planet and to all the resources we use and depend on. This is a revolution that concerns us all.
 
Jean-Marie de Malleray, engineer, former naval officer, former FAO expert, company manager, has travelled the world. A great lover of nature, convinced of the need to adapt to the new realities of the 21st century, he carries out consulting and training missions focused on ecology.
 
 

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