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COP21: information and communication on climate ethics

Information and communication are important components among the various dimensions of climate change. In 2010 developed a special collection on ethical issues related to the climate that we have kept updated in the months and years following the progression of the topical subject, and through this developed and created a platform for information sharing and to encourage discussion.

In this short article we offer some playback tracks as well as some documents recently added to the collection.

COP21: information et communication sur l'éthique climatique

Information et communication sont des composantes importante parmi les diverses dimensions des changements climatiques. En 2010 a réalisé une collection spéciale sur les questions éthiques reliées au climat que nous avons mis à jour au fil des mois, des années que le sujet s'est développé et ce dans l'idée créer une plateforme pour le partage d'information et favoriser la discussion.

Dans cet article nous vous proposons quelques pistes de lecture ainsi que quelques documents ajoutés récemment à la collection.

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