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Développement durable

Mary Creagh, Clifford Armion - publié le 01/05/2012

Mary Creagh is the Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. She has been a Member of Parliament for Wakefield since 2005. She answered our questions on the environmental policies implemented by the coalition government and the position of Labour on energy and environment related issues.

Éloi Laurent - publié le 14/01/2011

Éloi Laurent est économiste et enseigne à Sciences-po, Stanford et au Collège des Hautes Études Européennes. Dans La Nouvelle Écologie politique, il propose un regard neuf et optimiste sur l'avenir de notre planète : le développement humain ne mettrait pas en péril les ressources naturelles à condition que les citoyens élèvent leur niveau d'exigence démocratique.

Akeel Bilgrami - publié le 14/01/2011

I will begin with a point of intellectual history. It is well known that one difference between ancient Scepticism and modern scepticism as first formulated by Descartes is this. The great innovation in Descartes' First Meditation was to suggest that if one could doubt our knowledge of the external world, then one put into doubt the very existence of the external world. In ancient scepticism, though doubts were also raised by philosophical sceptics about our knowledge of the external world, ...

Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa - publié le 14/01/2011

Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa, philosophe, est l'auteur d'un essai personnel sur le thème de l'éthique environnementale anglo-américaine, La Communauté des êtres de nature, dans lequel il propose une approche originale des problèmes environnementaux en marge de l'écologisme français.

Alain Lipietz - publié le 14/01/2011

Alain Lipietz, économiste, est un acteur majeur de l'engagement politique pour l'écologie. Ancien député Vert européen (1999-2009), il participe activement à la construction d'Europe Écologie et à l'élaboration du programme économique et social pour 2012. Dans Face à la crise : l'urgence écologiste, recueil d'entretiens avec Bertrand Richard, il propose un « New Deal Vert » : la reconversion de la société selon les normes du développement durable.

Akeel Bilgrami, Clifford Armion - publié le 14/01/2011

Akeel Bilgrami, directeur du Heyman Center for the Humanities (Columbia), est une figure centrale de la philosophie contemporaine du langage et de l'esprit. Ses ouvrages, Belief and Meaning (Blackwell, 1992) et Self-Knowledge and Resentment, ont connu un grand succès aux États-Unis. Portés par une démarche philosophique originale et singulière, ils proposent un nouveau cadre de pensée. Après s'être intéressé aux questions de la connaissance de soi et l'intentionnalité, il bouscule ...

Lord Peter Melchett - publié le 11/12/2010

Lord Peter Melchett was a whip in James Callaghan's Labour Party and later became minister of state for Northern Ireland. He was appointed Executive Director of Greenpeace UK in 1989 and he has been Policy Director at the Soil Association since 2002. He was invited by Libération to tackle the issue of GMOs.

Peter Ainsworth - publié le 28/09/2010

Peter Ainsworth, a former MP and shadow minister of environment, came to Lyon in September 2010 to take part in a debate on the question of degrowth. He expressed his views on the need to promote sustainable energy without asking democracies, companies and individuals to forsake economic growth.

Peter Ainsworth, Clifford Armion - publié le 28/09/2010

Peter Ainsworth is a former Member of Parliament and Shadow Minister of Environment. He was invited by Libération to take part in a debate on degrowth. He was kind enough to answers our questions on the energy policy of the United Kingdom.

Tom Cuthbertson, Jonathon Porritt - publié le 11/09/2010

Jonathon Porritt was a prominent member of the Ecology Party in the 70's and 80's. He later became Tony Blair's chief environmental adviser and was chair of the Sustainable Development Commission. He was invited by Libération to take part in a debate on sustainable economy with Yannick Jadot.

Benjamin Young, Lord Peter Melchett - publié le 11/09/2010

Lord Peter Melchett was a whip in James Callaghan's Labour Party and later became minister of state for Northern Ireland. He was appointed Executive Director of Greenpeace UK in 1989 and he has been Policy Director at the Soil Association since 2002. He was invited by Libération to tackle the issue of GMOs.

Jonathon Porritt - publié le 11/09/2010

The transition of our economies to a near-zero carbon state would require 500 billion dollars of new investment over the course of the next 20 to 30 years. So you shouldn't be too surprised that many big companies are very excited about this because investments of that kind generate huge amounts of economic growth. Personally I think that we all have to be excited at the idea of taking green tech and the green economy seriously. There are huge benefits involved in it and it is particularly ...