In The Wizard and the Prophet, Charles C. Mann outlines the implicit controversy between two visionaries who founded two diametrically opposed schools of thought: William Vogt and Norman Borlaug. They
In this week of European elections, it is more topical than ever to look at the resources allocated by the European Union to major projects and to compare them with
On Monday 13 May, the European Investment Bank Group met at the Economic and Social Council in Paris in the presence of political figures such as Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner
On 26 May, Europeans will be able to vote to elect new MEPs. This election will no doubt provide an opportunity to take stock of a number of divisive matters.
Last Tuesday, Greta Thunberg spoke to the European Parliament in a speech calling on politicians to save the planet in the same way they have rallied to save Notre-Dame Cathedral.
On April 10, 2019, we were treated to a wealth of scientific news: with the observation of a black hole, the discovery of a new human species and the return
A recent survey by the IE University in Madrid reveals that one in four Europeans would be ready to put an artificial intelligence in power. Should we be concerned for
To say that relations between NGOs and agribusiness are strained is nothing short of an understatement. On closer inspection, however, this antagonism is not all that warranted. In recent years,
“If the bee disappeared off the face of the Earth, man would only have four years left to live…” Internet users have been mis-attributing this quote to Einstein for years, demonstrating their willingness to
For the last few months, political ecology has been hitting the headlines more and more. Parties and NGOs are competing to bring out ever more imaginative programmes calling for increasingly