Revue des blogs – mercredi 3 février 2016

La COP21 nous renvoie au terrain / Christian Brodhag, l’Observatoire énergies d’entreprises, 3/02/2016

La COP21 est considérée quasi-unanimement comme un succès, mais la somme des engagements des pays ne permet que de limiter les émissions à 55 gigatonnes de CO2 en 2030, alors qu’il faudrait descendre en dessous de 40 gigatonnes pour contenir l’élévation de la température de la planète en dessous de 2° C par rapport aux niveaux préindustriel, et bien moins pour se limiter à 1,5° C… lire

Interview with Richard Thaler: More on Behavioral Economics, Conversable economist, 2/02/2016

James Guszcza has a lively interview with Richard Thaler in the Deloitte Review (Issue 18, published January 26, 2016). Last week I offered a link to video and slides from Thaler’s Presidential Address to the American Economic Association in early January on the subject of “Behavioral Economics: Past, Present and Future.” The interview covers the same broad subject, but in a more free-flowing way. Here are a few of Thaler’s comments… lire

When the champagne is finished: Why the post-Paris parade of climate euphoria is largely premature / Tim Boersma and Charles K. Ebinger, Planet Policy, 27/01/2016

The new international climate change agreement has received largely positive reviews despite the fact that many years of hard work will be required to actually turn “Paris” into a success. As with all international agreements, the Paris agreement too will have to be tested and proven over time… lire

Quel mix énergétique pour réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre ?, SorbonnEco, 26/01/2016

Interview de Fanny Henriet, CNRS, PSE lire

Central Asia under Duress from Falling Oil / Simeon Djankov, RealTime Economic Issues Watch, Peterson Institute, 27/01/2016

The falling price of oil and the corresponding devaluation of national currencies have wreaked havoc on once buoyant Central Asia. Political response has been swift. Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev called early parliamentary elections. The Azeri president introduced capital controls. And the Turkmeni president ordered parliament to extend presidential terms to seven years, from the current five, and introduced capital controls… lire



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Danièle Revel (2016, 3 février). Revue des blogs – mercredi 3 février 2016. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 18 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oc4z

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