N° 79 - July 2015 - The environment: With or against social inequality?
Issue editors: Dominique DRON (CGE) and André-Jean GUÉRIN (CESE)
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Editorial par Dominique DRON,
1 – What are the associations and momentum between environmental and social inequality?
A - History and observations
Social-environmental progress and the social-environmental state
economist at the OFCE, professor at Sciences Po and Stanford University
Chase nature away; it will always come running back!
honorary engineer from École des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts
The social inequality-environmental inequality nexus: An assessment and the prospects
Examples of methods for assessing environmental inequality in matters of health: The methodology and preliminary findings of PLAINE, a French platform
B - Momentum of the society/environment pair
Environmental and social inequality: Identifying emergencies, creating momentum - The opinion of the Conseil Économique, Social et Environnemental (CESE)
advisor, Conseil Économique, Social et Environnemental (CESE)
Are rational individuals desperately trapped in social dilemmas? The analysis of Elinor Ostrom
American economist and political scientist, Nobel Prize in Economics (2009)
economist at OFCE, professor at Sciences Po Paris and Stanford University
The Somali pirates and us: History of a social adaptation to an imposed environmental inequality
PhD in Strategic Studies
The environment: For better or worse?
engineer from École des Mines (CGE)
2 - Environmental quality: For less or more inequality?
A - In agriculture and the food supply?
For productive forms of farming with high social and environmental value
Henri ROUILLÉ d’ORFEUIL,
Académie d’Agriculture de France, coordinator of the FAO’s International Year of Family Farming
Fifty years of farm policies and territorial planning on the island of Réunion
Conseil Général de l’Alimentation, de l’Agriculture et des Espaces Ruraux (CGAAER)
Rural solutions for the 21st century: Public policies in behalf of family farming in Brazil
Will natural and agricultural biodiversity guarantee a food supply for the population?
engineering degree from École Supérieure des Industries Alimentaires de Tunis (ESIAT)
associate professor at the Centre International de Hautes Études Agronomiques Méditerranéennes (CIHEAM)
B - In terms of the climate?
The socioeconomic impact of deregulation and climate policies
Environmental inequality and climate justice
University of Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne
C - In urban areas?
Contrasts in forms of socio-environmental inequality: Questions for regulatory policies in urban areas
professor at the University of Lyon 2, UMR Triangle (CNRS, École Normale Supérieure, Universiy of Lyon 2, University of Saint-Étienne, IEP Lyon), LabEx Intelligences des Mondes Urbains
The development of coastal areas put to the test of environmental inequality
University of Lille Sciences and Technologies - Laboratoire Territoires, Villes, Environnement & Société (TVES) EA 4477 - UFR de Géographie et Aménagement
The environment and social bonds