Query : changement climatique
- Revel, Danièle46
- Quénol, Hervé14
- Criqui, Patrick9
- Ozer, Pierre7
- Bertrand, François6
- Aykut, Stefan Cihan5
- Caroline Norrant-Romand5
- Cournil, Christel5
- Dahan, Amy5
- GEORGE, Emmanuelle5
- BAZIN, Patrick4
- Dubreuil, Vincent4
- Duvat, Virginie4
- GIRARD, Virginie4
- Soto, Didier4
- Berdoulay, Vincent3
- Blanchard, Odile3
- CHAIX, Christophe3
- Chevalier, Emilie3
- Cohen, Marianne3
- Architecture and Space Management238
- Environmental studies229
- Political Science156
- Biological Anthropology106
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences90
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology80
- Economies and Finances80
- Methods and Statistics48
- Art and Art History27
- Archaeology and Prehistory22
- Communication Sciences22
- Gender Studies16
- Cultural Heritage and Museology11
- Musicology and Performing Arts7
- Classical Studies4
The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
Oceanic emissions of gases of interest for atmospheric chemistry - Modeling oceanic dynamics of CO, isoprene and DMS
Phytoplankton activity is responsible for the oceanic production of volatile compounds which, once released into the atmosphere, have an impact on its oxidative capacity, on aerosol formation and on climate evolution. The oceanic emissions of most of these compounds are, however, poorly known becaus...
Chapter 3. Hydro-meteorological extremes
Mediterranean regions are particularly exposed to hydro-meteorological risks, such as intense rainfall and rapid floods, storms causing marine and heavy wave flooding, heat waves and forest fires droughts. The intensity and frequency of these extreme hydro-meteorological events are likely to change...
Chapter 4. Risk prevention
L’intensité et la fréquence des événements hydro-météorologiques extrêmes sont susceptibles d’évoluer notablement en région méditerranéenne du fait du changement climatique. Les projections climatiques concernant ces extrêmes restent certes incertaines, mais nos sociétés doivent se préparer à ces év...
Climate and biodiversity. Reconciling renewable energy with biodiversity
encouraged by the fight against climate change, the development of sustainable energy poses major challenges for the protection of biodiversity. The note presented by ORÉE starts from the principle that biodiversity protection and the energy transition are two key and interconnected concepts. Based...
Energy transitions after COP21 and 22
International audience How far are we in the urgent fight against the climate change? This article starts with a short analysis of the results of COP21 and COP22, the two “conferences of parties” where goals have been defined. Now, to define goals is one thing, but to reach these goals is another th...
The mechanisms for monitoring compliance with the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change: between diplomacy and law
It was in the context of her doctoral thesis that Juliette Voïnov Kholer wrote this book setting out the different stages of international negotiations and the various agreements signed to address the problem of climate change. In the introductory part, the author presents the legal characteristics...
Remote sensing of environmental dynamics: from the carbon balance of ecosystems to the assessment of water and agricultural resources
This scientific volume of Habilitation in Diriger des Recherche summarises the work carried out in the four research laboratories where I have carried out my research since the end of the thesis: the Frontier Research Center for Global Change (FRCGC, Yokohama, Japan), the Centre d’Etudes Spatiales d...
Rhône-Alpes and the Environment 100 questions for research
addressed to high school students, educated adults and the media, this book tries to answer questions posed by the general public on the environment. Following the example of the ‘Le Rhône en cent questions’ published by the Zone Atelier Bassin du Rhône, he addressed a wide range of subjects, rangin...
Climate change and geomorphological dynamics of the Breton coasts. Lessons for responsible management of the intertwining of spatial and temporal scales
In France, the strong storms of recent decades and their impact on coastlines have led to the emphasis being placed on the causal links that may exist between climate change and the current trends in the coastlines subject to erosion and submersion. However, it seems necessary to put into perspectiv...
Climate change and development of mountain areas: what knowledge for what avenues of action?
climate change is now a reality at both international and local level. The focus of recent work is preferably on analysing the consequences of climate change. This article seeks to question and describe the impact of climate change in the mountainous regions of the Alps. A first area of reflection c...
Multi-year modelling and analysis of water and energy functionning of two dominant ecosystem in the agropastoral Sahel (South-West Niger)
The Sahel region is particularly exposed to the variability of the West African Monsoon, which may lead to dramatic socio-economical consequences. This region also has one of the highest demographic growth rates, resulting in an ever-increasing pressure on the scarce natural resources and fragile en...
Small-scale agriculture and climate change adaptation strategies in North Benin
adaptation to hazards and risk management are taken into account everywhere in traditional farming systems. Indeed, global climate change is reflected locally in a number of developments that change production conditions. This study looks at the understanding of the strategies developed by producers...
Bringing closer environmental law and reality in New-Caledonia : Improving effectiveness of the local law to help perpetuating natural heritage
Haste of biodiversity loss and climate change are notorious threat to mankind. Now, some reactions to both converging movements are a matter for human societies. We buy into the premise of politic aims in favor of the continuity of natural heritage. Law, that go with their implementation, can then b...
Energy foresight exercises that are proof of changing lifestyles
Achieving decision-making tools and processes mobilised to address the long-term challenges of the energy transition, foresight is central. In this article we look at how changes in lifestyles — which are a fundamental component of direct and indirect energy consumption — are considered in energy fo...
Comment on Resolution No 2013-6 of 27 August 2013 of the Assembly of French Polynesia
Resolution No 2013-6 R/APF of 27 August 2013 calling on the member countries of the Pacific Forum to take concerted action in favour of islands threatened by rising waters is the first text on climate change adopted by the Assembly of French Polynesia in the form of an autonomous declaration. This t...
Perceptions of the risk of marine submersion by the languedocian coastal population: contribution to coastal vulnerability analysis
This article deals with coastal vulnerability to the risk of marine submersion. This vulnerability is divided into four components: contingencies (weather phenomena, climate change, etc.), challenges (valuation of market and non-market goods, etc.), management (public prevention and repair policies)...
Long-term energy prospective modeling for South America - Application to international climate negotiations
Together, Central and South America and the Caribbean represent more than 450 million people and 12% of the Earth's total emerged land. The region stands out in the global energy landscape for the outstanding contribution of renewable sources to its energy production. Maintaining this level of renew...
Marines submersions : new issues, new legal practives
This thesis, registered in October 2009, has been effected by recent revents; the floods that were caused by the storm, Xynthia, in February, 2010. Due to the climate change and to the land pressure still stronger on the coast, the vulnerability of the human activities in the flooding will only incr...
The challenges of sustainable development.
International audience This issue of Sciences de la Société (No. 57, October 2002) addresses various institutional problems related to forms of governance adapted to sustainable development. It focuses in particular on participatory modalities involving stakeholders in sustainable development polici...
Les fonds ISR Swiss Made
sustainable finance is a necessary standard in the financial field. There is now no need to launch an investment fund that has no sustainability objective. However, for an investor it is not always easy to understand how its investment benefits the planet and its people. Managers are not always tran...
Initiatives of territories adaptation to climate changes: between maintaining local development strategies and strengthening territorial cooperations
International audience Territorial issues of climate change, related to anthropogenic greenhouse effect, are fluctuating both in their expressions and in their effects. Territories are unequal to these climate changes both in terms of exposure to the effects (depending on physical, social, economic,...
Sustainable Management Indicators and Implications of Public Policies for Forestry
International audience Since 1995, in the framework of the Pan-European process of Ministerial Conferences on the Protection of Forests in Europe, every five years France establishes sustainable management indicators for forests in metropolitan France. The four successive publications now available...
The cost of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) in Madagascar
In the past decade, Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) has become a major issue in international negotiations on climate change mitigation. REDD+’s principle is to offer a reward to countries with tropical forests in exchange of their commitment to reduce deforestat...