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Are you interested in political ecology? Would you like to hear thoughts on how to connect the struggles for socially and ecologically just society? Join our Green Summer Academy in Strasbourg!
The first GEF summer university ever held in France will take place in the proudly European city of Strasbourg, home of the European Parliament. At the center of the event, we aim at exploring an important question for the furthering of green justice: how can we bridge the fight against social inequalities and the fight against environmental inequalities to pursue a just eco-transition?
About the event
The summer university will be a great opportunity for French activists to get to know the work and publications of the Green European Foundation. Participants will be able to discover the production of the Green European Journal and will have a chance to learn more about the GEF online course Impact Europe.
Thursday, August 23
12:00 – 13:00 – Greetings and opening – GEF & FEP Agora Space
- Benoit MONANGE, Director Fondation de l’Ecologie Politique
13:30 – 15:00 – The Future of work in Europe in a time of technological and social change (panel built around issues raised by the latest issue of the Green European Journal: Work on the Horizon. Tracking Employment’s Transformation in Europe )
- Laurent STANDAERT, Editor in chief of the Green European Journal
- Aida PONCE DEL CASTILLO, senior researcher at the European Trade Union Institute
- Nathalie SCHIRVEL, holds a Masters in Medicine from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, she is the author of the Green European Journal article “Dr Strangelove or how I learned to stop worrying and love the robot”
- Alain COULOMBEL, economist, member of the Board of the Fondation de l’Ecologie Politique, he is the author of the Green European Journal article “Recasting work in an era of insecurity”
15:30 – 17:00 – Escaping from our homo detritus condition. How to put an end to the garbage society.
- Ewa SUFIN-JACQUEMART, Polish foundation Strefa Zielini
- Isabelle HAJEK, sociologist, University of Strasbourg
- Antoinette GUHL, deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of social enterprise, social innovation and circular economy
17:30 – 19:00 Rethinking the role of culture practices with the commons paradigm: a pathway for greening our cultural practices?
- Valérian GUILLIER, PhD researcher at the University Paris 8
- Olivier LANOË, musician and composer, founder of AMACCA (Associations for the maintaining of alternatives in the field of cultural and artistic projects).
20:00-22:00 Bridging the fight against social and environmental inequalities to enhance our pursuit of a just ecological transition
- Alice CANABATE, Sociologist, Vice-president of the Fondation de l’Ecologie Politique
- Sophie SWATON, philosopher and economist, University of Lausanne, author of the book “Pour un revenu de transition écologique” [Appraisal for an ecological transition income]
- Guillaume FABUREL, professor of geography, urban planning and political science at the University Lyon 2 and at the Institute of Political Studies of Lyon, author of the book “Les métropoles barbares” [Barbaric Metropolis]
- Julien CAUDEVILLE, statistician and risk exposure specialist, researcher on environment and health at Ineris (National Institute on Industrial Environment and Risks).
Friday, August 24
10:00 – 11:00 – French publishing activity on political ecology at the GEF-FEP Agora
11:00 – 12:00 Presentation and registration for Impact Europe : Online Course for Green Activists
12:00 Closing remarks
- Marie TOUSSAINT, member of the General assembly of the GEF and member of the Board of the FEP
Contact and information: b.monange[at]fondationecolo.org
Strasbourg, 67000 France