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Mary Creagh on UK environmental policies par Mary Creagh, Clifford Armion, publié le 05/01/2012
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.
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La disparition des bisons des Grandes Plaines nord-américaines par Frédéric Moreau, publié le 14/05/2020
Ce texte est la traduction du chapitre "The Vanishing New World", tiré de l'ouvrage Beyond Geography: The Western Spirit against the Wilderness de Frederick Turner. Dans cet extrait, l'auteur évoque le rapport des colons au bison, animal emblématique réduit à un trophée de chasse ou exploité de manière industrielle, au cours du 19ème siècle dans les Grandes Plaines nord-américaines.
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What can we do to avert climate change? par Environmental Protection Agency, ENS Lyon La Clé des Langues, publié le 16/09/2011
A partir d'une courte vidéo de l'agence américaine Environmental Protection Agency, traitant du changement climatique et des solutions pour y remédier, cette page propose des exercices de compréhension générale et détaillée, ainsi que de phonétique.
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Peter Ainsworth on sustainable energy and economic degrowth par Peter Ainsworth, ENS Lyon La Clé des Langues, publié le 15/09/2011
A partir d'un article de Peter Ainsworth, ancien membre du parlement britannique et éphémère minstre de l'environnement, traitant des énergies durables et de la décroissance économique, cette page propose des exercices de compréhension générale et détaillée, ainsi que de grammaire.
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Oil consumption in the US par Kevin Kallaugher, ENS Lyon La Clé des Langues, publié le 15/09/2011
A partir d'une caricature de Kal (Kevin Kallaugher), dessinateur à The Economist, traitant de la consommation excessive de pétrole aux Etats-Unis, cette page propose des exercices de compréhension générale et d'analyse.
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Environmental issues: degrowth and progress par ENS Lyon La Clé des Langues, publié le 28/01/2011
Ce dossier sur les questions environnementales regroupe trois ressources accompagnées d'exercices de compréhension et de production orales et écrites, ainsi que d'analyse d'image.
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An interview with Peter Ainsworth par 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.
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Peter Ainsworth on degrowth par 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.
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Paul Auster: A General Introduction par Jocelyn Dupont, publié le 13/02/2009
This document provides a short general overview of Paul Auster’s work. After a brief discussion of Auster’s texts positioning in the literary heritage, it tackles the place and role of the writer in an often alienating environment. It then deals with the representation of the city in Auster’s work, notably Brooklyn, before concluding on the gift for storytelling that so characterizes Paul Auster’s production.
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Coming in from the Cold? The Thatcher Legacy, Devolution and Cameron’s Conservatives in Scotland 1979-2009 par Peter Lynch, publié le 23/02/2010
In opposition, Conservative leaders such as Margaret Thatcher and David Cameron adopted quite different strategies to deal with Scotland and devolution. Mrs Thatcher's intention was to avoid splitting her own party over the devolution issue in advance of the 1979 devolution referendum,with an emphasis on party management. Cameron has had to deal with a more complex picture due to the institutional reality of devolution, the unpopularity of the Conservatives in Scotland and the election of the SNP government in 2007. This environment brought a cautious but positive approach to Scotland from Cameron, involving five different strands of territorial management in preparation for the 2010 UK general election.
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The transcendentalist approach to wilderness in US culture par Jean-Daniel Collomb, publié le 17/04/2020
This presentation tackles the significance and legacy of the Transcendentalist understanding of wilderness in US culture. It begins with a brief overview of the largely hostile attitudes toward wilderness that pre-dated Transcendentalism. Then it introduces and analyses the ways in which two prominent Transcendentalist thinkers – Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau – conceived of wilderness. The third part of the presentation explores the influence of Transcendentalist thought on successive generations of US environmentalist all the way to the present time. In conclusion, the views of the contemporary critics of the idea of wilderness in environmentalist circles are briefly discussed.
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The cultural perception of the American land: a short history par Mireille Chambon-Pernet, publié le 20/11/2012
The importance of land and nature in the American culture is widely known. The Pilgrim Fathers who landed on the coast of the Massachussetts in 1620 were looking for freedom which was both spiritual and material. The latter derived from land ownership, as a landowner called no man master. Yet, in 1893, Jackson Turner announced that: “the American character did not spring full-blown from the Mayflower” “ It came out of the forests and gained new strength each time it touched a frontier”.
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An interview with Akeel Bilgrami on environmental ethics par 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 les manières de penser la nature et les relations que l'homme entretient avec elle.
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Akeel Bilgrami - Politics, Nature, and Enchantment par Akeel Bilgrami, 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, Akeel Bilgrami bouscule les manières de penser la nature et les relations que l'homme entretient avec elle.
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Jonathon Porritt on sustainable economy par Jonathon Porritt, publié le 09/11/2010
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.
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An interview with Jonathon Porritt par Jonathon Porritt, Tom Cuthbertson, publié le 09/11/2010
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.
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