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António Guterres : s’unir face au changement climatique, ou « nous sommes perdus »

Le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, António Guterres, vient d’accorder une interview exclusive à Londres ce jour au Covering Climate Now. Cette interview est publiée ici dans le cadre du partenariat de UP’ Magazine avec Covering Climate Now, une collaboration mondiale de plus de 400 médias sélectionnés pour renforcer la couverture

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How to rebuild a post-viral world?

How to rebuild a post-viral world?

 "Only a crisis, real or perceived, produces real change," said the famous American economist Milton Friedman four decades ago. "When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are circulated."

Crises shape history. This is why some people think that the global pandemic is

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Change is now.

All the world's whistle-blowers, the Greta Thunberg, the IPCC experts, the green, yellow or blue activists, the defenders of the Paris Agreement, the greenest of environmentalists, all are just small arms. They are beaten to a pulp. A virus has managed to make this

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Maxime Efoui-Hess: Putting your engineering skills to work for the climate

A former engineering student at ISAE-SUPAERO, Maxime Efoui-Hess has made the defence of the climate his personal and professional leitmotiv. Convinced that engineers have a major role to play in protecting the environment, the young graduate has taken the sidelines by joining The Shift Project, a lobby group that aims to promote the protection of the environment.

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the greenpeace campaign that disturbs

Greenpeace's forbidden advertising

"This Greenpeace advertisement was banned from the Paris metro and cinema networks. The NGO wanted once again to denounce the inaction of political leaders in the face of the climate emergency. In its press release, Greenpeace reports that the statement was judged "to have been made by the court of justice".

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The sea rises

::: 04/02 - The magazine Futuribles is organising a round table on Tuesday 4 February 2020, from 5.30 to 7.30 pm, on the theme "The sea rises". On October 24, 2019, the National Research Alliance for the Environment (AllEnvi) published the results of a prospective study on the environmental, social and economic consequences of the sea.

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Should there be resource quotas per citizen?

The only effective and socially just way to meet our climate commitments is to allocate each citizen a quota of fossil energy, part of which he or she can freely sell or buy from his or her neighbours. What international agreements or national governments never talk about: reluctant

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Major groups' hand on the university

Total plans to locate its research and innovation department in the heart of Polytechnique, a school under the supervision of the French Ministry of the Armed Forces. The students are rising up and denouncing the affair because they do not want to associate the school's image with the oil and gas multinational. In spite of the State's supervision, the Grande Ecole

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