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  • Rompre les frontières de l’individualisme grâce au confinement

    Covid-19 lockdown: a chance to reduce individualism?

    Published on 20 April 2020

    While digital technology has been accused of many things, and in particular, of reducing social interactions, the current lockdown has highlighted its importance for social good.

  • Covid-19: The Experts at GEM foresee major changes

    Published on 24 March 2020

    In just a few days, coronavirus has affected the lives of people all over the world. Its health impact is catastrophic and its economic backlash is going to be a challenge to manage. As an establishment of Higher Education, Grenoble Ecole de...

  • Le dilemme de la consommation énergétique des solutions digitales

    The dilemma of digitalization versus energy consumption

    Published on 16 March 2020

    The growth of digital technology has created a real revolution in services and opportunities for business. Yet this opportunity also has a cost in terms of energy… How can we balance energy consumption and digitalization?

  • Carine Sébi, Enseignante Chercheure à Grenoble Ecole de Management et coordinatrice de la Chaire Energie for Society, répond à la question dans une émission Xerfi Canal.

    What does the future hold for energy plants?

    Published on 24 February 2020

    What are citizen energy communities? What scope does this movement have? What are its strengths and weaknesses?

  • Hunger and sustainable consumption : which relation? Hungry bellies have no ears ?

    Published on 31 January 2020

    While reports state that consumers are increasingly willing to consume more sustainably, no study has considered how the activation of very basic human needs, such as the state of hunger, affects sustainable food consumption. The authors expect that...

  • 	Pleine conscience : comment sa pratique est-elle investie en entreprise ?

    How has mindfulness entered the business world?

    Published on 16 December 2019

    The practice of mindfulness has become an increasingly important trend in the business world. Yet how has this ancient practice become compatible with the capitalist nature of a business?