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Quelque part entre Toutatis et Gaïa : la géographie française peut contribuer aux questions de l’écologie

Abstract : Taking the critical review of « Le ciel ne va pas nous tomber sur la tête » (‘the sky is not going to fall over our head’, a book edited by Brunel & Pitte in 2010) as a starting point, this paper aims to explain the reasons for the lack of dialogue between french geography and ecology, discussing in particular the stakes raised by possibilism and multiscalar approaches. A comparison with the anglo-american academic context is achieved through bibliometrical methods and the discussion of the example of rangelands’ new ecology.
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B. Hautdidier, D. Chartier, E. Rodary. Quelque part entre Toutatis et Gaïa : la géographie française peut contribuer aux questions de l’écologie. Manifeste pour une géographie environnementale : géographie, écologie, politique, Science Po, pp.79-100, 2016, Les Presses, 978-2-7246-1840-2. ⟨hal-02602437⟩

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