In the last few years, we have seen an increasing international awareness of the challenges facing the interaction between human populations and a changing environment. In France and Italy, these issues have in fact occupied a really important role in philosophical, social and political debates and initiatives for at least five decades. Our panelists will offer a diverse and far-reaching presentation of their own involvement with the research and initiatives presently occurring in Italy and France.
Giuseppina Mecchia, University of Pittsburgh
- Yves Citton, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint Denis, France
- Daniela Fargione, University of Turin, Italy
- Giuseppina Mecchia, University of Pittsburgh
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