Hunger Zero, ending with hunger in the world – By Bruno Parmentier[Reading report] by Hélène Loustau

2015-04-05

The author is part of the Alternative Management third year specialization program, at HEC Paris.

This book describes the state of hunger in the world, its stakes and its possible solutions. From a holistic perspective, the author sets out the issues to feed humanity at the beginning of the 21st century. While overcrowding and global warming are real issues, hunger is in fact a human creation, as will be its eradication

Quote article  Hélène Loustau, « Hunger Zero, ending with hunger in the world – By Bruno Parmentier », 05 april 2015, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Reading report]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/375.sls

In the same section

Proposal for a Regulation on European Social Entrepreneurship Funds

[Initiative]

[Initiative] : Marianne Rauche

The Proposal for a regulation on European Social Entrepreneurship Funds aims at improving the financing of social businesses with the creation of a European label for the funds investing in such businesses, and under certain requirements.

>>Read more

The Right to Useful Unemployment Postface of Tools for Conviviality - by Ivan Illich

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Claire-Isabelle Roquebert

People have to appeal to a doctor to treat themselves, to a teacher to receive a diploma, to an architect to build their houses, to a lawyer to break up with their spouses… That is nothing but the the elite of Professions protecting their privileges. The over-marketisation of society benefits...

>>Read more

Why don't we all buy organic products?

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Peggy Nicod et Emilie Condemine

Though health and the protection of the environment appear to be the biggest preoccupations in France, only 43% the French population buy organic products. In order to understand this situation, we have studied the consumption habits of consumers and non-consumers of organic products. This study...

>>Read more

Innovation Support and Public Policy: the Case of the French Medical Biotechnology Industry

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Guillaume Narbonne

Throughout the years, industrial policy in general and innovation support in particular has been accepted as being partly under the aegis of public authorities. It is commonly accepted that innovation plays a key role in fostering growth, and must thus be nurtured and supported. In France, many...

>>Read more

« Participando, articulando, cobrando… » : Understanding the Participatory Budget of Porto Alegre through social trajectories of its participants.

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Luis Emilio Cuenca Botey

This research is a socio ethnographic description of the Participatory Budget in Porto Alegre, Brazil. First, through the ethnographic observation, I describe the deliberative skills of people participating in the Council of the Participatory Budget (CoP), the main deliberation council for the...

>>Read more

With the same doctype

Reading report

Ethics of Climate Change - by James... In this book, James Garvey considers... by Domitille de la Morinerie
The History of Development – From... For decades, development has been used... by Camille Deniau
Identity and Violence: The illusion of... Amartya Sen, who is an Indian economist... by Margaux Vinez
To save the planet, give up capitalism... Our generation's challenge is to... by Morgane Guilhe La Combe de Villers
Natural capitalism: creating the next... At the beginning of the 21st century,... by Claire Nativel
For an ecological pact, Nicolas Hulot... The Ecological Pact was written during... by Loïc Boulenger
The Future of the economy - Beyond... The economy has become all mighty in... by Laure-Anne Benoît
The pleasures and sorrows of work - by... We are all supposed to love our jobs.... by Nicolas Trimoulet
Profit over people - by Noam Chomsky In this book, Chomsky denounces... by Julie Vinay
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - by... John Perkins tells us about his career... by Raphaëlle Sorba