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VINCENT_Julien
π Planet

Why it's not so easy to calculate global greenhouse gas emissions

Julien Vincent, Head of Mitigation and Adaptation at Citepa, Étienne Mathias, Head of Agriculture, Forestry and Land use at Citepa

On January 25th, 2023
4 min reading time
LESTINI Roxane
π Health and biotech π Planet

Archaea: why science is so interested in this ancient life form

Roxane Lestini, Professor of Biology at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Béatrice Clouet-d'Orval, Research Director at Centre de Biologie intégrative de l'Université de Toulouse

On December 6th, 2022
4 min reading time
Annalisa Plaitano
π Planet π Society

Rudolf Clausius: the scientist who helped us understand the climate

Annalisa Plaitano, science communicator

On November 30th, 2022
4 min reading time
Patricia Crifo
π Planet π Economics

How to evaluate commitments and progress towards “Net Zero Emissions”

Patricia Crifo, Professor of Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Researcher at CREST (CNRS) and Associate Researcher at CIRANO, Ekaterina Ghosh, student in economics of smart cities and climate policies at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On November 16th, 2022
4 min reading time
π Energy π Planet

How can aviation possibly meet climate targets? 

Jérôme Fontane, Lecturer in the Aerodynamics, Energetics and Propulsion Department of ISAE-SUPAERO, Thomas Planès, PhD student at ISAE-SUPAERO

On October 25th, 2022
4 min reading time

A recent study shows how an ambitious decarbonisation scenario could make it possible to maintain the aviation sector’s share of the global carbon budget.

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Agroecology: the path to agricultural biodiversity

Denis Couvet, President of the Foundation for Research on Biodiversity and Professor at Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle

On October 18th, 2022
3 min reading time

Agriculture was developed on an industrial model but, from a scientific point of view, this approach is ill-suited to the diversity of agricultural landscapes.