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Mot-clé : Comment sortir de la société de consommation Worldwatch Institute_x
Source: HAL

The fuelwood supply area of Bamako: a spatial interaction modelling approach

Gazull, Laurent (24 feb. 2009)

In Sahelian countries, woodfuels, fuelwood and charcoal, are the major energy sources for millions of rural and urban dwellers. The growing demand of big cities increases the pressure on the natural resources, and would certainly causes, in the long-term, a marked decline in the regeneration of ...

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Source: HAL

THE IMPACTS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL
TRADE ON CHINA'S ENVIRONMENT:
THE CASE OF INDUSTRIAL SO2 EMISSION

He, Jie (7 dec. 2005)

China realized during the last 15 years spectacular economic growth success. However, itseconomic growth was also accompanied by serious environmental degradation problems. China hasbeen ranked as one of the most polluted countries in the world by some international organizations, ...

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Source: HAL

Life, men and land. An essay in biogeoplitic.

Brédif, Hervé (nov. 2004)

Despite their power of explanation, theoretical approaches to the ecological crisis are rather poor when it comes to sugesting solutions. The expertise of actors in specific territorial contexts, facing concrete problems, reveals new aspects of the crisis and new means to sole it. Due to their ...

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Source: HAL

Technologies numériques et crise environnementale : peut-on croire aux TIC vertes ?

Flipo, Fabrice et al. (2009)

213 p La prise de conscience d'une crise environnementale majeure ainsi que la numérisation croissante de nos modes de vie constituent deux éléments saillants des transformations actuelles de notre société. Notre étude a pour objectif de mieux comprendre la nature du lien entre ces deux ...

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Source: HAL

Natural and cultural diversity face to the challenge of biotechnology:stakes and controversies in Mexico

Foyer, Jean (26 jun. 2008)

Cette thèse a reçu le Prix du Monde 2010. In Mexico and on a global scale, the protection of biological diversity and the defense of cultural diversity have become a stake for society for the last thirty years, at a time when biotechnologies have stood out as a technical and scientific progress ...

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Source: RERO

L'ONU face au manque de troupes: situation et perspectives

Zermatten, Alexandre et al. (8 sep. 2015)

En cette année 2015, nous célébrons les soixante-dix ans de l’Organisation des Nations Unies. Cet anniversaire aurait dû être associé au faste et fêté dans la paix et la joie – il n’en n’est rien ! Au contraire, nous sommes confrontés à un monde de plus en plus complexe, dans ...

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Source: HAL

Inter-Firm networks and industrial strategies in tropical rainforests

Roda, Jean-Marc (16 dec. 2005)

* 393 pages* 227 références bibliographiques primaires* 339 références bibliographiques secondaires, organisées par thèmes* Glossaire de 58 défénitions* 106 figures* 16 tableaux* 5 annexes One classical industrial organisation has dominated the production ...

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Source: HAL

Governance of marine and coastal protected areas. Case studies from the Gulf of California (Baja California Sur, Mexico) : stakeholders and territories

Havard, Leïla (19 dec. 2013)

Marine and Coastal Protected Areas (MCPAs), as an activity-based management tool, were established aiming to face biodiversity loss. Over the past few decades, the participation of different stakeholders involved in the creation and the management of MCPAs is widely encouraged, in order that these ...

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Source: HAL

From perception of space in the districts to territorial foresight : analysis of the urbanization on Reunion Island

Hoareau, Sylvie (23 sep. 2013)

On Reunion Island, cities have extended for 20 years. This extension promoted the urban sprawl. Now on this area, only 20 % of lands are building. So, a balanced development is actually promoted. But, can we base on the inhabitants' perception to manage to do this harmonious development? The ...

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Source: HAL

Economie du changement climatique. Des politiques d'atténuation aux politiques d'adaptation

Rousset, Nathalie (20 dec. 2012)

Climate change adaptation policies are the subject of this thesis. It has been showed that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (1992) and the response strategies construction are characteristic of a pollutionist approach. This approach led to envision the question of climate ...

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