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Pesticides
Comment ignorer ce que l'on sait
Ignoring what we know
Jean-Noël Jouzel
Pesticides have long been the object of public policies that seek to guarantee that their toxic effects will not harm the human populations. Yet, over the last twenty-five years, data produced by a number of epidemiological studies conducted outside the marketing approval process give rise to questions about just how solid these guarantees are.



Atlas de l'Anthropocène
The Atlas of the Anthropocene
Preface by Jan Zalasiewicz, postface by Bruno Latour
François Gemenne, Aleksandar Rankovic, Thomas Ansart, Benoît Martin, Patrice Mitrano, Antoine Rio
Climate change, the collapse of biodiversity, demographic evolution, urbanization, atmospheric pollution, soil deterioration, natural disasters, industrial accidents, public health crises, social unrest and mobilization – this is the first atlas that brings together all the data available on the ecological crisis our world is facing.



Autrepart 83, 2017
Variations
et al.



Deux degrés
Les sociétés face au changement climatique
Two degrees
Societies in the face of climate change
Edwin Zaccai
Taking stock of the current impossibility to radically change our lifestyles and organization, this book nevertheless calls on us to follow several realistic paths to adaptation and reform, in the interests of preparing a less somber future.



Mediterra
Migrations et développement rural inclusif en Méditerranée
AFD,CIHEAM



Autrepart 81, 2017
Savoirs autochtones et développement
Mina Kleiche-Dray, et al.



La Tragédie de la croissance
Sortir de l'impasse
The tragedy of growth
A way out of the impasse
Gilbert Rist
We all understand that infinite growth in a finite world is impossible, yet we act as if that were not true.To preserve our mental health we refuse to consider embarrassing truths, hoping that all will turn out well, but not really knowing how...



Penser l'Anthropocène
Conceptualising the Anthropocene
Rémi Beau, Catherine Larrère
This book paves the way for discussion on alternative ways of living on earth, as improbable as they may seem, and in so doing, demonstrates that the future is not merely the linear prolongation of the present.



La Consommation engagée
2e édition entièrement actualisée
Militant consumerism
Second Edition revised and updated
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier
Maintaining an ambiguous relationship with the market, being both opposed to and within it, militant consumerism is now a powerful movement, capable of influencing governments, legislators and economic actors.



Villes sobres
Nouveaux modèles de gestion des ressources
Frugal cities
New models of resource management
Dominique Lorrain, Charlotte Halpern, Catherine Chevauché
With environmental urgency facing us everywhere, innovative urban projects to reduce pollution and waste are emerging around the world. But how useful are these experiences on a global scale? Is it possible to make a town durable without being detrimental to its surroundings? This book sets out to explore these questions.



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