that is preparing the transition to more desirable and sustainable lifestyles.
It oversees research, publishes works,
and organizes events for the arts and sciences.
While our romantic encounters used to take place casually in public places, our mobile apps now allow us to manage our encounters from a distance and throughout the day. The pace of our romantic meetings has changed; the importance of bars [...]
How online purchases differ between urban and peri-urban areas? Do they allow to reduce our movements and their carbon footprint? Frédéric de Coninck, currently Coordinator of the LABEX Urban Futures (Laboratoire d’Excellence Futurs [...]
Family life has seen a dramatic transformation with the infiltration of new technologies into homes and naturally into cars as families spend an increasing portion of time in their cars. The highly contextual nature of family technology [...]
Today, the transport industry is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, after the energy industry. But unlike in energy, transport emissions continue to grow rapidly. They could even increase by 60% by 2050 according [...]
The car is one of the preferred modes of transport for those who reside in the Paris region. What are the alternatives strategies to reduce the use of cars in Greater Paris? Jean-Pierre Orfeuil, a specialist in urban mobility, examines the q [...]
Since the 2000s, after decades of steady growth, there has been a shift in behavior relative to car ownership and use. This has resulted in a cap on car traffic at the national level (France) in a larger context of decline in car travel in [...]
Three times per week, traffic on the old railway bridge across the Riachuelco in Buenos Aires is dominated by a constant stream of long distance buses. The passengers have traveled hundreds of miles from every corner of Argentina, and from [...]
Is access to employment, services and leisure merely a matter of mobility for the most disadvantaged? What are the obstacles and alternatives? These are some of the questions Leslie Belton Chevallier and Giuilio Mattioli attempt to answer.
Bouger pour s’en sortir, petite géographie de la recherche d’emploi
Certains ont beau jeu d’expliquer que la mobilité suffit à trouver un emploi et à sortir du chômage. Encore faut-il que le tissu économique de la France soit à peu près égal sur l’ensemble du territoire et permette de trouver partout la même qualité de service public, et des prix locatifs abordables.
Pourquoi le drame écologique mobilise-t-il si peu ?
Nicolas Hulot a avoué ne pas comprendre l’inaction générale face à la crise écologique. Reporterre a cherché les explications. Et trouvé dans les sciences cognitives, la philosophie et l’écologie des éléments pour expliquer ce phénomène. Ce qui dessine, en creux, les pistes vers la transition.