The environmentalist movement has set out to raise awareness among the general public of the debates organised around the question of the environment. These debates involve Earth sciences, anthropology, sociology, history, geography, economics, and philosophy.
Voici le premier atlas réunissant l'ensemble des données sur la crise écologique de notre temps.
Deuxième édition actualisée et augmentée
François Gemenne, Aleksandar Rankovic
Economics as a discipline was conceived by men in the interests of a society run by men. Feminist economics renews the themes and approaches of this discipline and uses its knowledge and tools to work towards gender equality.
Pourquoi la science économique a besoin du féminisme et vice versa
Drawing on original research, sociologists, political scientists, and demographers pinpoint the inequalities between young people and other generations, and between young people themselves, which have increased constantly since the economic crisis of 2008.
D'une crise à l'autre
Yaëlle Amsellem-Mainguy, Laurent Lardeux
According to Pierre Lascoumes, there are structural factors that explain the perpetuation of transgression among the elites.
Specialising in questions of defence and climate, the authors of this book – the first dedicated to this immense issue – sketch a panorama of the strategic and operational risks associated with climate change. They anticipate what this "hot war" might look like, analysing the challenges armed forces will face, and how they can address them.
Enjeux stratégiques du changement climatique
Nicolas Regaud, Bastien Alex
By resituating the imperial expansion of Europe in the context of the globalisation of the time, and its interactions with America, Africa, and Asia, Nicolas Delalande and Blaise Truong-Loï propose a history of the 19th century that is profoundly renewed by the cutting edge research in history and social sciences.
Nicolas Delalande, Blaise Truong-Loï
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
Agnès Sinaï, Mathilde Szuba
The transformation of society is taking place through a wide range of tactics and experiments. In order to better understand these movements' attitude to emancipation and particularly how they see the principle of equality, Réjane Sénac has interviewed 130 movement leaders, social entrepreneurs, and activists, with a wide range of affiliations.
Les mobilisations contemporaines