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Understanding the links between our socio-economic model and the environmental crisis

To act in the face of the global environmental crisis, we must understand that it originated from our social and economic organization. Our use of energy, our way of occupying space and even our way of measuring economic wealth are intrinsically linked to major ecological degradation. This training offers a way to fight against the environmental crisis and to better identify the relationship between our economic and social model and the environmental crisis. Objective: to be able to better deconstruct the social and economic paradigm to face the environmental crisis.

Basic

You will be able to :

  • Understanding the interactions between the climate crisis and our energy usage
  • Understand the ecocidal nature of our socio-economic model
  • Chapters:

    • Energy at the heart of the climate and environmental crisis
    • A socio-economic model built to the detriment of ecosystems
    Advanced

    You will be able to :

  • Better understand the complexities of the transition to a low-carbon socio-economic model
  • Better identify the difficulties in bringing about a socio-economic model that respects ecosystems
  • Chapters:

    • The major challenges of the carbon transition
    • The major challenges of protecting the ecosystem
    Coach

    You will be able to :

  • Understand why environmental issues fail to be resolved in the contemporary socio-economic system
  • Understanding the difficult choices of societies involved in the global ecological transition
  • Chapters:

    • Ecology: an oft-forgotten socio-economic indicator
    • Global environmental transition: societal choices
    Understanding the links between our socio-economic model and the environmental crisis
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