crisis

Assessment of the State management of Covid-19: the drifts of verticality

State management of Covid-19: severe verticality drifts

The health crisis has been going on for four months. The danger of an epidemic seems to be receding but the human, social and economic damage is revealing itself every day. Already the first assessments of our country's attitude during the crisis are taking shape. The Montaigne Institute has just published a detailed report analysing the action taken by our country during the crisis.

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1000 billion climate

A bank for the climate

  To wage the climate war, you need money, and a lot of money. Where do you get it? In the pockets of populations, citizens already in great economic distress, or peoples threatened with the end of their world? To try to win the climate battle, we need 1,000 billion

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yellow jackets

Resistance to change

The complex phenomenon of rebellion in France or how to get out of individual and collective blockages It is highly likely that the "Yellow Vests" are the spark that could ignite the powder keg, the expression of multiple social bills. The questions that arise are: why now? Why so many

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Yellow vests: puzzle-like scattered thinking

What do thinkers think of this singularly eruptive symptom of changing times? Faced with an unprecedented crisis that expresses all the facets of anger, rage and violence, whose new faces, spontaneously appeared in the media, move the French because they talk about their distress.

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Lactalis

Lactalis: when milk turns sour

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Lactalis has been in the limelight for a few days now. Her infant formula was found to be contaminated with salmonella. An industrial accident, as it happens a lot, but here it takes a particular turn. The Lactalis affair becomes the absolute counterexample of what not to do in communication.

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obsolescence

Obsolescence or "A Manifestation of Purpose"

The fruit of a philosophical primer, to think "the crisis" by the O and briefly make it dialogue with the socio-economic crises of the capitalist world (cycle, structuring and conjuncture), the author ventures on the track of a mechanical word: obsolescence, which refers to the technical environment of man and qualifies it. After

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oil

It smells like tanker scorch.

Long considered the kings of the world, oil tankers are now in turmoil. Confronted with the fall of crude oil, oil companies are laying off workers at every turn. Since the summer of 2014, more than 350,000 jobs have been lost, not counting the devastating effects on the many subcontractors.

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Future of work

Crisis, structural unemployment, digital revolution: what if we saw work differently?

At a time when France is worried about the demonstrations on the Labour Law, wonders about the famous inversion of the unemployment curve, is anxious about the increasing automation of societies, this analysis by economics professor Yann Moulier-Boutang, is welcome. For it proposes a new way of looking at work and evaluates the avenues for innovation.

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Organic farming

Is agriculture in crisis when organic farming could feed 9 billion people in 2050?

On dit l’agriculture en crise. On la voit moribonde. Or, et plus particulièrement en France, l’agriculture possède des atouts car elle présente plusieurs facettes. Certaines, effectivement, ne résistent pas aux changements d’échelle des règles du jeu économique qu’on leur impose et meurent à petit feu, alors que d’autres, qui misent

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