with the collaboration of Elise Attal and Catherine Decaux | translation Neil Stratton
Présentation en anglais
Designing solutions to climate change
Proposing solutions for dealing with climate change has become a major issue for the future of our societies. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, due in large part to human activity, and lowering the vulnerability of our societies and ecosystems
through anticipation, adaptation and resilience, is vital.
The development of solutions to deal with climate change is an essential counterpart to the 2015 Paris Climate Conference (C0P21), and this book provides answers to today's questions as well as thoughts on solutions for tomorrow contributed by some fifty scientists and well-known experts. Consisting of around forty essays, it offers a global vision of the problems linked to climate change, addressing developments in the behaviour of societies, the economic and institutional contexts, as well as technical and environmental issues. It provides an original perspective, drawing on the broad diversity of critical approaches that are necessary for the construction of innovative and smart solutions for the future of our society.
This book is the product of a partnership between the CNRS and Comité 21 and it is jointly edited by Bettina Laville (State Councillor, co-founder of Comité 21), Stéphanie Thiébault (Director of the CNRS Institute of Ecology and the Environment), Agathe Euzen (Scientific Officer at the CNRS Institute of Ecology and the Environment), in collaboration with Catherine Decaux (Director General of Comité 21) and Élise Attal (Comité 21 ).
A l'occasion de la COP21 organisée à Paris, cet ouvrage collectif rassemble une cinquantaine de chercheurs et de spécialistes de domaines variés pour éclairer la complexité des problématiques liées aux conséquences du réchauffement climatique. Ils formulent ainsi des propositions destinées à construire un monde durable pour les générations futures. ©Electre 2021
Format : Broché
Nb de pages : 385 pages
Poids : 558 g
Dimensions : 15cm X 23cm
Date de parution : 06/01/2016
ISBN : 978-2-35113-239-5
EAN : 9782351132395