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Peut-on sauver les forêts tropicales ?
Instruments de marchés et REDD+ versus principes de réalité
Can we Save Tropical Rainforest ?
Market Tools and the REDD System vs Realism
Romain Pirard
Close to 32 million acres of rainforest are destroyed each year. Many tools exist to stop this catastrophe. But are they quite innovative and competitive? A remarquable essay on the tracks to favor!



L'Asie et le futur du monde
Asia and the Future of the World
Yves Tiberghien
As the world's economic scales tip in the direction of developing countries, Asia is called upon to play an essential role in the resolution of global problems. A fascinating essay on the future of global governance.



Nature et souveraineté
Philosophie politique en temps de crise écologique
Nature and Sovereignty
A political philosophy for times of ecological crisis
Gérard Mairet
How to rethink the concept of sovereignty in times of ecological crisis? In reality, the crisis questions the core principles of the city: rather than a policy of men over things of nature, we must develop a cosmopolitan policy of nature.



Le G20, laboratoire d'un monde émergent
The G20 Summit, Laboratory of an Emerging World
Karoline Postel-Vinay
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the G20 has established itself as the primary forum for international economic cooperation. This book is an insightful analysis of its rise and its impact on the international order at a turning point of its trajectory.



Les gouvernements New Labour
Le bilan de Tony Blair et de Gordon Brown
New Labour Governments
Tony Blair and Gordon Brown
Florence Faucher, Patrick Le Galès
This book provides a clear assessment of the New Labour public policies and their outcomes in Britain under the leadership of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown from 1997 to 2009.



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