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  • SWEEEP: A pan-institute Series of Webinars in Environmental and Energy Economics and Policy

    Published on 09 September 2020

    Environmental, energy, and ecological problems have grown faster than their solutions. Economists have an important role to play to address these issues by using the latest science, rigorous methods and innovative policy solutions. The SWEEEP...

  • How can we explain the increase in coal consumption in this context of climate change?

    Published on 14 May 2019

    Published in December 2018, the recent report of the International Energy Agency (IEA) indicates that global coal consumption is on the rise again (+1% compared to 2017). This is an alarming trend, because despite increasing international...

  • Research on ski resorts environnemental strategies

    Does it pay to be green? The case of French ski resorts

    Published on 08 September 2016

    In France, ski resorts are famous and attract tourists the world over. Yet managers have to deal with a major problem to improve their competitiveness: they must develop the right environmental strategies to positively impact their performance....

  • Biopiracy: what is this?

    Published on 13 April 2016

    Biopiracy is not a new phenomenon, but has redone about him in recent years and most recently as the advances in genetics reveal the potential of bio-resources.

  • Making urban living sustainable

    Published on 30 November 2015

    Sustainable solutions have become crucial, but their disruptive nature remains a major barrier to their implementation. In this article, Caroline Gauthier, researcher from the Business Models Strategy team, and Bettina Gilomen, consultant in...

  • Joachim Schleich, professor and energy markets experts at Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Research: Switching to energy efficient lighting : a bright idea!

    Published on 01 December 2014

    Energy efficiency policies such as the EU ban on incandescent light bulbs (and on halogen ones in the near future) have been the subject of much discussion in the last few years. The majority of the academic community predicted that new emerging...