mi e' stata segnalata questa conferenza,
"Social-ecology: Why sustainability and equity go hand in hand"
di Eloi Laurent.
Per chi ci sara' un interessante punto di vista sull'ambiente e la societa' .
Éloi Laurent is a senior economist and scientific advisor at OFCE (Sciences-Po Center for
economic research, Paris). He has a background in policy-making, as a former aide in the French
Parliament [masked]) and for the French prime minister [masked]). He presently teaches at
Sciences-Po (where he co-directs the Multi-level Economic Governance concentration in the
Master of Public affairs), in the Bing Overseas Program at Stanford University in Paris and in La
Sorbonne (College of higher European studies). He was Professor invited in the University of
Montréal in the summer of 2010 and will be teaching in Stanford University summer school in
2011 (“Environmental challenges and policies in Europe”). He has been a visiting scholar at
NYU (2003), Columbia University (2002, 2004 and 2007), and at Harvard University Center for
European studies [masked] and Fall 2009). His recent publications include the Report on the State
of the European Union Palgrave-Macmillan series, La Nouvelle Ecologie Politique (The New Political
Ecology, with Jean-Paul Fitoussi, 2008, translated in Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Greek) and
Social-Ecologie (Social-Ecology, 2011). His op-eds have appeared in The New York Times, The
International Herald Tribune, The Financial Times, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, Le Monde, Project
syndicate and The Harvard Crimson. Éloi Laurent holds a Ph.D. in economics (European
economics, highest honors) and a master's degree from the University Paris-Dauphine in
international economics and graduated summa cum laude from Sciences Po (political science and
economics). He is a contributor to the French public radio “France Culture”.