Anne Jegou talks about the integration of sustainable development in school and university geography. After an examination of the practices, she proposes a case study: the lagoon of Valencia (Spain).
Henry Dicks is interested in the values which can be associated to the sustainable development. He focuses on three of them: the recognition, the reflexivity, the civic participation, then he examines
Arnaud Diemer discusses the place of the sustainable development compared to the current dominant model, which is based on the search of growth. He arises the question to know if this sustainable
Henry Dicks presents the three major fields of the environmental philosophy: environmental ethics, environmental metaphysics and environmental aesthetics. He concludes with a discussion about the
Arnaud Diemer underlines the importance of the visual representations in the appropriation of the sustainable development concept. He begins with the base diagram, enriches it with different thoughts
Fabienne Ruffin discusses the contributions of geography in the understanding of sustainable development. She examines this question on the territories scale and worldwide, underlining the importance
In this video, Dominique Bourg, Philosopher, Professor at the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment of the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), discusses the failure of sustainable development in
Bruno Villalba shows that the sustainable development is a political proposal which implies changes in the forms, the temporalities and the scales of decision. Then he discusses the benefits and the
Sylvie Ferrari talks about ethics in a perspective of sustainable development. These ethics, which is mostly concerned about the relations between current and future generations, is viewed through two
Arnaud Diemer presents the main issues associated to the development of an education for environment and sustainable development. He underlines the importance of values and skills, and proposes an
Franck-Dominique Vivien talks about the current limits of the sustainable development, which is often considered not much operational and very differently interpreted. He evokes the different notions
Jean-Yves Léna explains the mind maps, how they can be created and interpreted, et how they can contribute to an education for environment and sustainable development.