L'enjeu mondial. L'environnement
With Bastien Alex, Stefan Aykut, François Bafoil, Alice Baillat, Didier Bigo, Dominique Bourg, Jon Marco Church, Daniel Compagnon, Philippe Copinschi, Katarina Csefalvayova, Amy Dahan, Kari De Pryck, Rachel Guyet, Marie Hrabanski, Brice Lalonde, Frédéric Lasserre, Bruno Latour, Philippe Le Prestre, Lucile Maertens, Gérard Mairet, Mathilde Mathieu, Jean-Frédéric Morin, Amandine Orsini, Géraldine Pflieger, Romain Pirard, Grégory Quenet, Sandrine Revet, Sébastien Treyer, Jean-Paul Vanderlinden
Global Issues. The environment
Now that we have entered the Anthropocene era, and humans have become the planet's main drivers of change, international relations and global governance can no longer be considered independently of environmental issues. Climate change, ozone depletion, biodiversity loss, rising sea levels... most environmental problems transcend national borders. Addressing them requires going beyond the framework of the State; likewise, the consequences of these issues — human migration, competition for natural resources, conflict — profoundly affect inter-State relations.
Scientifically coordinated by François Gemenne, this volume of Global Stakes (Enjeu mondial) reveals the rich diversity of research on international relations and environmental policy in the French-speaking academic sphere.
Bringing together contributions from the best scholars in the field — philosophers, economists, sociologists, historians, engineers, political scientists and international relations experts — this volume presents a global overview of environmental issues in four different sections: foundations, resources, policies and effects.
L'énergie éolienne en Europe
Conflits, démocratie, acceptabilité socialeWind Energy in Europe
Conflicts, democracy and social acceptability
The institutional, financial and political innovations that result from the resolution of these conflicts reflect the vivacity of local democracy and the variability inherent in the notion of social acceptability. Comparing differents situations in Europe, the authors lay out a framework to help with decision-making.