News & Newsletter

Updated: April 11, 2021

 

From the IPBC Board

Dear colleagues and friends,

Our first report, in our ‘Informed Food for Thoughts’ collection was published with articles on the drivers of behavioral change and non change relative to the Covid situation, and its potential lessons for ecological transition. Beyond the interest of these articles, this exercise also allowed Stephane and us to better see how to orchestrate the organisation and production of such a report, knowing that the next ones aim to be more ambitious in terms of multidisciplinarity, scientific tone and size. Our aim is to produce a thematic report within the next two years. We will of course keep you posted and ask for your contributions on this in the following months! The report is in attached file. Thank you for spreading it as much as possible in your networks![….]

 

Main editor: Stéphane La Branche

Contributors: Camille Lefrançois and Jacques Fradin 

 

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From the IPBC Board

Dear colleagues and friends, First, let me…

Welcome you to our very first newsletter! Some of you may not have received much feedback in the last few months but we want to assure you that we have been active! Hence, this brand new IPBC Newsletter to keep you posted, And which will probably become a recurring (if not entirely regular at first) publication. We will work on form and content, as well as diffusion methods.All suggestions are welcome!

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Main editor: Stéphane La Branche

Contributors: Camille Lefrançois and Jacques Fradin 

Thanks to Uri Roll for the Visual.

 

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