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De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
En 2012, dans la revue Nature, Anthony Barnosky, Elizabeth Hadly et 20 autres scientifiques annoncent qu'une partie de l'humanité pourrait disparaître avant 2100, du fait de l'...[Lire la suite]
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Accueillir des réfugiés syriens au lendemain d'une tragédie Le soir de la diffusion de la photo du petit Aylan Kurdi, échoué sans vie sur une plage, une décision s'est imposée chez les...[Lire la suite]
A Canadian-produced look at Remembrance Day – its history, its stories, its meaning and its symbols. Using both archival and modern-day footage, this program provides young students with a...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
This program shows us, by multiple examples, that by uniting and working together now, we can make tomorrow better. Examples of successful ideas, values, and projects are out there – in...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
Finland, often cited as a model of how to go about educating youth the right way, is an important stop on the filmmakers' itinerary. Viewers see Cyril Dion sum up the pedagogy espoused by the...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
"Our social and political structures," observes Cyril Dion, "are not adapted to the scale of the crises (afflicting countries today). Citizens no longer expect politicians to live up...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
You have no doubt heard of bitcoin; but what about David Bowie currency? It exists, and can be used in the British city of Brixton. Mind you, this example of a community currency has no value...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
Energy has been a fundamental component of our lives since we mastered fire in prehistoric times; but as the climate change crisis precipitated by carbon pollution demonstrates, energy use must be...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
Detroit, part of the American industrial heartland now labelled the rustbelt, experienced a decline in population from 1,850,000 in 1950 to 713,000 in 2010, with those remaining behind tending to...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
In 2012, in the prestigious science journal Nature, Anthony Barnosky, Elizabeth Hadly and 20 other scientists announced that the human population was set for catastrophic decline before 2100...[Lire la suite]

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