This seminar, which takes place every other Thursday at CIRED, was born out of the desire to create a meeting place for doctoral students and researchers. The presentation is followed by a time of discussion, the objective of which is to allow PhD students to get feedback from their colleagues on the work they have done, to share their doubts and to discuss the results of their research.
- October 13, 2022 – Hugo Massoni (Université de Bologne): Climate Damage in Spatial Production Networks. Abstract
- October 27, 2022 – Anaïs Kanellos Charis: The accounting of land use changes in the forest sector : a review. Abstract
- November 10, 2022 – Charles Collet : Social norm effects on air-rail mode choice: a pro-environnemental origin? Abstract
- January 26, 2023 – Marie-Alix Dupré La Tour : Towards a decarbonized energy system in Europe in 2050 : impact of vector coupling and renewable deployment limits. Abstract
- Fevrier 23, 2023 – Mathilde Salin & Etienne de L’Estoile : Who takes the land ? Quantifying the use of built-up land by economic activities to assess biodiversity-related transition risks in France. Abstract.
- March,16 2023 – Clément Surun : La comptabilité des dettes écologiques nationales et d’entreprises, un outil de pilotage vers une économie durable. Abstract.
- April 20, 2023 – Mathilde Duvallet : Local rice supply in West Africa: Analyzing risks and constraints affecting production and their impact on rice farmers’ food security. Abstract
- May 11, 2023 – Thomas Bossy : Near-optimal and Paris-compliant pathways robust to physical uncertainty, economic paradigms, and intergenerational equity. Abstract
- May 26, 2023 – Zélie Stalhandske : Towards multi-hazard risk assessment in a changing climate. Abstract
- June 8, 2023 – Angélique Sarre : The macroeconomic risks of the transition to a low-carbon economy. Abstract
- June 15, 2023 – Clément Leblanc : Microeconomic analysis of subsidy mechanisms for power generation from wind and solar sources. Abstract
- June 22, 2023 – Valentin Cocco : Land consolidation and the hedgerow collapse: Guilty or scapegoat? Abstract
- July 13, 2023 – Clara Berestycki (Columbia University) : Differences in Observed Warming Trends in US Cities: Implications for Inequality. Abstract
- July 20, 2023 – Océane Mascaro : Capacity-building in modelling for mitigation in the global South: a study of international cooperation initiatives towards developing countries’ building of their decarbonisation strategies. Abstract
- July 27, 2023 – Morgane Gonon : Financing Biodiversity: Performances and Ecological Fallouts of a Changing Landscape. Abstract
- September 21, 2023 – Yannick Mangold : The Role of Land and Nature in the Genesis of the Neoclassical Production Function. Abstract