All sessions take place on the Campus Centre of the University Paris-Est Créteil. 61, avenue du Général de Gaulle, 94000 Créteil. Metro: line 8, Créteil-Université.
Thursday 21 November (2-4.30 pm, Building T, room 206): Isabelle COLL (Chemist, UPEC/LISA), Karine CONSTANT (Economist, UPEC/ERUDITE), Axel GOSSERIES (Philosopher, UCLouvain, Hoover Chair), Corinne LARRUE (Geographer, UPEC/Paris School of Urban Planning), Sylvie THORON (Economist, UPEC/LIPHA). Discussion moderated by Patrick SAVIDAN (Philosopher, UPEC/LIS)
OBSERVING AND MEASURING SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITIES
Thursday 21 November (5-7 p.m., Building I, Room I2-219): AXEL GOSSERIES (Philosopher, UCLouvain, Hoover Chair of Economic and Social Ethics)
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Tuesday 26 November (2-4 pm, Building I, room 1-223): Eloi Laurent (OFCE, Sciences Po Paris\Stanford University)
FOR A JUST ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION
Monday 3 February (5-7 pm, I1-125): Hélène LANDEMORE (Philosopher, Yale University)
ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSITION AND EPISTEMIC DEMOCRACY
Thursday, February 13 (5-7 pm, I1-125): Catherine LARRERE (Philosopher, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne)
WHICH EQUALITY FOR POLITICAL ECOLOGY?
Thursday 27 February (14h-16h, I3-106): Hélène LE TENO (ENPC Engineer, Director of the Jean-Noël Thorel Foundation)
WHAT ECONOMY TOMORROW IN THE AGE OF SCARCITY? TOWARDS NEW BUSINESS MODEL(S)
Thursday 19 March (5-7 pm, I1-125): Julien DOSSIER, Director of Quattrolibri, consulting agency on ecological transition. He teaches at HEC and Ecole des Mines ParisTech.
ECOLOGICAL RENAISSANCE, 24 PROJECTS FOR TOMORROW’S WORLD
Thursday 26 March (5-7 pm, I1-125): Sylvie GRANON, Professor at the University of Paris-Sud, specialist in the neurobiology of decision-making (Institut des neurosciences Paris Saclay)
HOW DOES OUR BRAIN ALLOW FOR CHANGES IN OUR BEHAVIOR?
Thursday, April 9 (5-7 pm, I1-125): Jacques Le CACHEUX (Economist, Professor at the University of Pau and at the Centre for Analysis and Processing of Economic Data)
INDICATORS OF WELL-BEING AND SUSTAINABILITY: ISSUES AND PROBLEMS
Thursday 14 May (17h-19h, I1-125): Sandrine MALJEAN-DUBOIS (Lawyer, research director at the CNRS, UMR of International, Comparative and European Law at Aix-Marseille University)
ANTHROPOCENE, PLANETARY FRONTIERS: WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW?