Revue des blogs – vendredi 20 octobre 2017

Voitures autonomes: par quoi serez-vous choqués ? / Jean-François Bonnefon, docteur en psychologie cognitive et directeur de recherche CNRS à la Toulouse School of Economics, Journal du CNRS, 19/10/2017

En cas d’accident inévitable au volant, vaut-il mieux sacrifier la vie des passagers ou celle des piétons ? C’est sur ce type de dilemmes moraux que le simulateur « Moral Machine » élaboré par Jean-François Bonnefon, docteur en psychologie cognitive, vous interroge… lire

Informing Transparency in the Paris Agreement: The Role of Economic Analyses / Brian Flannery, RFF blog, 19/10/2017

The Paris Agreement (2015) established a long-term architecture based on five-year cycles to review progress and renew national pledges (nationally determined contributions, NDCs). Clearly, the initial portfolio of NDCs (covering periods to 2025 or 2030) will produce only modest results. Achieving long-term goals will require future NDCs to be far more ambitious. For that to happen, an effective transparency regime will be essential to build trust and confidence that nations are meeting their current pledges, making efforts comparable to those in similar circumstances, and are prepared to take stronger action going forward… lire

Arrêt des hydrocarbures en France : ne confondons pas la fin et les moyens / Mathieu Lucquiaud, Senior Lecturer, Institute for Energy Systems, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh, the Conversation, 18/10/2017

L’article de loi sur la fin de la production d’hydrocarbures en France a été adopté par l’Assemblée nationale le 4 octobre 2017. Cet enjeu demeure toutefois strictement symbolique, la France important 99 % de sa consommation annuelle de pétrole et la totalité de sa consommation de gaz naturel et de charbon… lire

To Save Coal, Will Trump Kill Electricity Competition? / James Bushnell, Energy Institute at Haas blog, 16/10/2017

Proposal to subsidize coal and nuclear reverses 20 years of regulatory restructuring… lire

The Pacific Alliance and climate change / Rodrigo Pizarro, Development in a changing climate, 17/10/2017

The Latin America and the Caribbean region is moving quickly to introduce market incentives as a component of their climate change mitigation policy, for example, 24 countries have identified fiscal measures as a tool to implement their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). However, without a doubt, the Pacific Alliance countries are leading the region… lire


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