Paris, June 02th. Wounded, activists, yellow vests and outraged citizens March in the streets of the capital to denounce the weekly mutilation perpetrated by the police and to ban grenades glif4 and defense ball pitchers LBD. Disabilities, sequels, scars, pain, trauma and sleepless nights will not be silent.
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An inventory that seems essential to remember when brigittejullien, the head of the inspectorate, "completely denies the term of police violence" in an interview given to [Le Parisien] on June 13th. Yet, according to the figures published by the police police Inspectorate this Thursday, June 13, three to four times more lbd and grenades grenades were used in compared to the previous year or a total of 19 lbd ammunition and ammunition grenades from friendlies.
Whether it is police, judicial or administrative, the repression that touches the movement of the giletsjaunes is of an unprecedented scale.
What leads the [Syndicat des avocats de France] to denounce an exceptional justice, which has become the armed arm of the maintenance of the order. A report by [Charlotte Perry] in "like a noise that runs". A report from Charlotte Perry and Antoine Chao. Less visible than police violence, the judicial treatment reserved for those who have found themselves, often for the first time, in front of the courts marks a will displayed to "make examples".
An unprecedented severity for warned in the locker often virgin. Whether it is police, judicial or administrative, the repression that touches the movement of yellow vests is of an unprecedented scale.
Less visible than police violence, the judicial treatment reserved for those who have found themselves, most of the time for the first time, in front of the courts marks a will displayed to "make examples". He had never known such a repression before. Focus next on the March of the mutilated in Paris on June 02th with those who lost definitely an eye, a testicle or a hand, who took a flash-ball shot in the head or received a grenade on the Foot, lost teeth or smell A report by [Charlotte Perry] and Antoine Chao. A Space-time trip of the alluvial plains of Mesopotamia that were born the proto-States, to a wild forest close to Paris where we pick aspergettes and garlic from the bears.
Several scientific studies carried out in Canada and the United States between and reveal that our fruits and vegetables treated with pesticides contain much less nutrients than fruits and vegetables consumed around the Buy Organic can To be one of the solutions but it is not at the reach of all scholarships and conventional agriculture even in bio tends to reduce the nutritional value of the products we consume. So some of you have been looking for solutions elsewhere than in traditional circuits to find nutrient-Rich food sources, restoring with the ancestral practice of wild plant picking.
If the picking has long endured in parallel with Agriculture, it has very quickly been stigmatised like the food of the poor. Today, as scientists focus on the urgent need to rethink our means of production and consumption, modern pickers, in restoring with these practices, will create a food alternative more respectful of nature and the environment. A report of Antoine Chao in "like a noise that runs". La cueillette des aspergettes.
We all have in mind school memories on the beginnings of history with a great h. Somewhere between the tiger and the Euphrates 10 years ago, Hunters-gatherers gradually started by planting plants and animals, inventing agriculture, writing and the first states.
It was the dawn of civilization and the beginning of the forced march towards progress. This story, [James C. Scott], an anarchist anthropologist and professor of political sciences, taught her for years to her students from [Yale University]. Even as climate and biodiversity are now more than ever threatened by human activities, James C. Scott proposes to re-evaluate the interest of companies before the state and agriculture. Because these semi-nomadic gatherers have long resisted the agrarian civilizations, based on cereals and which, by domesticating the world, have domesticated themselves, by depleting their knowledge of the world.
A report of giv anquetil in "like a noise that runs". Technological functionalities and design features were evaluated by means of questionnaires and telephone surveys, enabling to understand what kind of improvements people expected from the industry. In contrast to data generated automatically, which was deemed unusable, information provided by users revealed trustworthy and therefore served the needs of the project Hammarlund, Iivari, Liljemark, ; EC, For instance, acoustic comfort inside the vehicle and its impact on the driving experience is an interesting example of interactions between user experience within an urban experiment and the potential industrial developments that could follow.
How this knowledge was used by industrial partners remains yet to be established. It was claimed that electric vehicles fostered a behaviour which corresponded to the spatial conditions of La Rochelle urban agglomeration with its narrow streets and mineral environments which enhanced the sense of extreme proximity between spaces for pedestrians and motorized traffic fig.
Figure 2: Electric vehicle charging infrastructure on the Verdun square, La Rochelle, Inspired by this revelation, during the following months, automotive manufacturers set up a two-day test programme in view of better identifying the potential consumers. Over individual satisfaction questionnaires were filled in by people who tested driving electric vehicles for the first time Ziegler, In Gothenburg, insisting on the positive image of this technology enabled to convince firms participating in the project to buy the vehicles they wanted to test.
Monitoring the use of electric charging stations was a means to test their technological performance, and to understand how users reacted to the presence of charging stations in public space. Despite there being only one fast charging station fig. Evaluation processes in both territories demonstrated that electric charging infrastructures had a symbolic value rather than that of real use.
Studies revealed that users of electric vehicles mostly charged their vehicles at home or at work. Nevertheless, charging infrastructure remained an important tool in the expression of political support in favour of electric vehicle promotion. The material design of charging stations was part of the narrative on a new kind of transport solution for the urban environment, where a contrast between the new high-tech industrial products and the old architectural heritage created an efficient demonstration of the new vision of European cities where product and territorial marketing was blending together.
The visual impact that these infrastructures had on public space was casually observed through photographs, and determined through isolated questions within user surveys.
How the general public the so-called non-users perceived electric vehicles and their charging infrastructure remains yet to be established. For several years, the presence of a sole station in the city centre probably did not provide sufficient grounds for a perception study to be undertaken. When asked about the impact of electric vehicle promotion strategies on the city scape of Gothenburg, the project leader replied that effects were minor Figure 4: Inauguration of the first fast-charging station in Gothenburg, in However, documentation relative to these efforts is for some reason no longer held in municipal, regional or national archives.
Accessibility of the site, its overall visibility, the demographic parameters, the presence of facilities in the surrounding area, the volume of traffic on roads nearby, the presence of competing services, tourist attraction sites and workplaces, and the overall movement of people in the area — these are some of the categories against which the relevance of 20 different locations in La Rochelle agglomeration was studied Cegma Topo, Among the 6 sites reserved, most were located close to many cultural and commercial facilities which conveyed the attractive image that La Rochelle city council desired to promote through urban refurbishment fig.
How users of electric vehicles and other city dwellers or visitors so-called non-users perceived the choice of locations and the effect of these new technological objects on public space was not subjected to study in the framework of the project. During the implementation process, this issue was addressed by a sole institution - the architect in charge of preserving historical heritage in the Maritime Charente department, who strongly recommended diminishing the visual presence of charging infrastructure.
With this aim in mind, the project team and the architect collectively decided upon the manufacturing of special Corten steel caps fig. In the space of this visual demonstration, architectural heritage, urban street materiality and technological objects blended into a single palette of colours and surfaces, a locally accepted design solution. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, Roland E.
Rice, Everett M. Bernard Lepetit, Jocken Hoock dir. Nelly Oudshoorn, Trevor Pinch dir. Djellal, F. Frybourg, Automobiles et nuisances. La Rochelle Municipal Archive.
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