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Ethics and New Models of Governance

Track at the 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. Dubai, UAE, June 18-20, 2019. Convenors: Zach Bastick, ESPOL Lille, France; Alois Paulin, Siemens, Austria; Adeyinka Adewale, Henley Business School, UK Track at the 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. Dubai, UAE, June 18-20, 2019. Convenors: Zach Bastick, ESPOL Lille, France; Alois...
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31
Jan

Entre amputation et renforcement de l’unité de l’UE : Quel Brexit ?

Thierry Chopin, professeur de science politique à ESPOL et conseiller spécial à l’Institut Jacques Delors analyse quels pourraient être les contours de la future relation entre UE et Royaume-Uni. Le Brexit est une mauvaise chose pour l’Union : il représente une amputation, en termes de poids économique, politique et stratégique, pour l’UE. Une sortie du...
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30
Jan

Immersions Masters

Vous êtes en Licence 3 et vous souhaitez découvrir les Masters d’ESPOL ? Vous avez la possibilité de participer à une semaine d’immersion du 11 au 15 février 2019 dans notre master «Global and European Politics» et découvrir les spécialisations «Food Politics» et «International Security Politics» qui deviendront des masters à part entière à la...
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28
Jan

Brendan Coolsaet was awarded a CESAB Project grant 2018 – “Towards ‘just conservation’: linking theories and practices of justice in biodiversity conservation”

Brendan Coolsaet was awarded a 3-year grant by the French Foundation for Biodiversity’s (FRB) Centre for the Synthesis and Analysis of Biodiversity (CESAB) for his project “Towards ‘just conservation’: linking theories and practices of justice in biodiversity conservation” Over the past three decades, biodiversity conservation has expanded, from a focus on nature preservation alone, to...
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27
Jan

Sustainable agricultural intensification?

Policy brief accompanying the Nature Sustainability paper Rasmussen et al. (2018) Social-ecological outcomes of agricultural intensification. Nature Sustainability 1, pp. 275-282, DOI: 10.1038/s41893-018-0070-8. Sustainable agricultural intensification appears in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a key strategy for ending hunger (SDG2) and achieving sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems (SDG15). Yet, it is not...
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12
Jan

Brendan Coolsaet was awarded a CESAB Project grant 2018 – “Towards ‘just conservation’: linking theories and practices of justice in biodiversity conservation”

Brendan Coolsaet was awarded a 3-year grant by the French Foundation for Biodiversity’s (FRB) Centre for the Synthesis and Analysis of Biodiversity (CESAB) for his project “Towards ‘just conservation’: linking theories and practices of justice in biodiversity conservation” Over the past three decades, biodiversity conservation has expanded, from a focus on nature preservation alone, to...
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10
Jan

Ethics and New Models of Governance. 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. Dubai, UAE, June 18-20, 2019

Convenors: Zach Bastick, ESPOL Lille, France Alois Paulin, Siemens, Austria Adeyinka Adewale, Henley Business School, UK   The 2019 DG.O Conference will host the track “Ethics & New Models of Governance”. The track discusses challenges along the boundaries of society, technology, and governance. Our focus is on issues beyond established research paths and priorities in...
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10
Jan

Exploring ‘francophone’ environmental justice approaches

Panel discussion at the Environmental Justice Conference 2019: ‘Transformative Connections’. University of East Anglia, 2-4 July 2019. Convenors: Brendan Coolsaet, ESPOL Lille; Valérie Deldrève, IRSTEA Bordeaux The political ideal of environmental justice (EJ) emerges in the late 1970s in the United States, with the struggles of minorities against unequal spatial distributions of toxic pollution and...
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