31 décembre 2019

Les diverses réalités des formations initiales en environnement

En collaboration avec Défi métiers, le Commissariat général au Développement durable a publié un 4 pages, dans la collection "Le Point Sur", présentant la diversité des formations initiales en environnement. Plus...

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25 décembre 2019

GREF Bretagne - Un état des lieux de l’environnement en Bretagne

Le GIP Bretagne environnement a été créé par l'État et le Conseil régional de Bretagne « Dans le cadre de la mise en cohérence de la politique régionale en matière d’accès et de diffusion de l’information environnementale (…), Ils ont souhaité se doter d’un outil d’intérêt communautaire de diffusion et de valorisation des données environnementales concernant la Bretagne... ».
Trois observatoires, portés par le GIP Bretagne environnement, suivent  l'évolution de la situation environnementale et évaluent l'impact des politiques publiques :
-l'Observatoire de la biodiversité et du patrimoine naturel en Bretagne (OBPNB)
-l'Observatoire de l’énergie et des gaz à effet de serre en Bretagne(Areges)
-l'Observatoire de l’eau
- L'environnement en Bretagne, cartes et chiffres clés Gip environnement. Plus...

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15 décembre 2019

Pollution de l'air en Inde et en Chine : comment sortir du brouillard ?

Screenshot-2018-4-15 Egypte – des élections présidentielles jouées d’avancePlus de 1000 microgrammes de particules fines par mètre cube d'air en 2013 à Pékin. Plus de 800 début novembre à New Delhi. Dès lors que l'OMS recommande de ne pas dépasser une concentration moyenne annuelle de 10 microgrammes, les chiffres appellent une réponse inévitable des pouvoirs publics. Plus...

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07 décembre 2019

Strengthening development in the face of the climate crisis and environmental degradation

The climate emergency and broader environmental destruction — from forest devastation to loss of biodiversity to depleted water supplies — are challenging international aid agencies’ collective ability to support sustainable development. More...

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Fighting the climate emergency? Enter national development banks

Developing countries are at the forefront of the ongoing battle to address climate change. Roughly 60% of the new infrastructure built before 2030 will be in the developing world, and it is these investment decisions that will determine our collective ability to address the climate emergency. Developing countries must invest in climate-compatible infrastructure, rather than locking in emissions and creating stranded assets. More...

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Why is the OECD looking at the environment?

During the question and answer session at a conference on sustainable infrastructure last year, a young audience member asked the question: “Why is the OECD, an economic organisation, working on environmental issues?” At first blush, this question might seem to be trivial or provocative or uninformed, depending on one’s mood at the time. More...

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30 novembre 2019

Hundreds of thousands of students join global climate strikes

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"Hundreds of thousands of young people have taken to the streets from Manila to Copenhagen as part of the latest student climate strikes to demand radical action on the unfolding ecological emergency. More...

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Air pollution kills five people in Bristol each week, study shows

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"Toxic air contributes to health conditions such as asthma, cancer and stroke, say experts. More...

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29 novembre 2019

Network Learning Environments and Hypertext: Constructing Personal and Shared Knowledge Spaces

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Network Learning Environments and Hypertext: Constructing Personal and Shared Knowledge Spaces
This is a very nice paper from 1993 that I found while looking up something else. It just goes to show that the ideas we have been talking about here have been brewing for a long time. Like this, for example: "Network-based information is not a static, fixed 'thing' but rather is dynamic, fluid, and changing." And this: "As networks and information technologies become more wide-spread and integrated into the world of work, the goals of education are shifting from knowing a fixed body of knowledge to knowing how to think independently and how to find information when needed". More...

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My Personal Learning Environment (PLE)

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. My Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
Interesting diagram of a personal learning network offered by David Delgado. He writes, in the explanation, "the learner chooses their own personal learning environment, taking whatever tools that help them to achieve their own goals. Different people have different ideas to build their own PLE." Quite so, and this is an important thing to keep in mind. The PLE, though it may seem sometimes to be described as though iot were an application, is in fact a suite of tools - and one that may vary for each user. If I talk about 'building a PLE application' (as I do from time to time) I am talking about building an application that can be either one of those tools, or a tool that helps me manage those tools. The main point here is (a) no one tool is 'the PLE', and (b) the main thing about a PLE is that the tools can communicate with each other. More...

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