Agnès Sinaï is a journalist and holds a PhD in urbanism and planning from the Université Paris-Est. She is the founder of the Momentum Institute, and teaches environmental politics at Sciences Po.
Can degrowth become a realistic alternative political model ?
Governing growth rather than submitting to it : a new political history can be written, one in which the perspectives available are not only those of crisis but also those of creativity.
¨Politiques de l'anthropocène III
Agnès Sinaï, Mathilde Szuba
This book traces the contours of a biophysical economy , embedded in the cycles of nature , slow , local , and sober. On the horizon of this new paradigm, the degrowth is no longer a constraint but an ethical and physical necessity .
Politiques de l'Anthropocène II
The 21st century will be known as that of a 'decline in energy'. Confronted as we are with a dramatic break in the history of time, it is imperative that we rapidly adopt a model other than productivism.
Politiques de l'Anthropocène
It is imperative to deconstruct this productivist imaginary that ignores the nature and content of production. This second edition of Anthropocene Politics aims to contribute to this.
Penser la décroissance. Économie de l'après-croissance. Gouverner la décroissance