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TRUE2018 - Day four

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The Right Use of the Earth

KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND DUTIES IN A FINITE PLANET


9.30 (Jaurès) Keynote. Anthropocenic Promises: The End of Nature, Climate Change and the Process of
Post-Politicization?
Erik Swyngedouw, Manchester University

10.30 Coffee Break

10.50 (Jaurès): Up-scaling and down-scaling the ‘global’ environment
Chair: Erik Swyngedouw (Manchester University)
Participants:
Gerald T. Aiken et al., Up-scaling and down-scaling, topdown and bottom-up: Critiquing the scalar imaginary of community low carbon transitions
Emeline Comby et al., Scales and Constructions of Rivers. Temporal Approach of the Rhône Riverscapes since WW2.
David Blanchon, Transcalar water scarcity: Construction and political use of narratives about a “finite resource” in South Africa (1912-2017).
Aníbal G. Arregui, Worlds on a Body Scale. Amazonian Socioclimatic Outreaches
Mauve Letang, Governing the local commons through global discourses - A map of the new geopolitics of local sovereignty in the Himalayas.

10.50 (Dussane): Concepts and norms in global environmental discourses
Chair: Frédéric Worms (ENS)
Participants:
Donatien Costa, Environmental conflicts in a finite world of theAnthropocene
Pierre Charbonnier, Beyond limits fetishism: how to make sense of the ‘planetary boundaries’
Fabrice Flipo, The limits of the planet in political philosophy
Pierre de Jouvancourt, The rise of the Anthropocene concept in international arenas
Baptiste Morizot, Predation vs production in discourses on the right use of the earth

13.00 Lunch

14.30 (Jaurès) Keynote. Imperial modes of living: global capitalism, North-South relations and the limits of a
planetary form of life
Speaker: Ulrich Brand, Universität Wien

15:30 (Jaurès): Life, soils and undergrounds as sites of limits/abundance construction
Chair: Birgit Müller
Participants:
Chailleux Sebastien: Increase inventory, control downstream flows: Politicization of the underground and
conflictual definition of the limits of Earth
Granjou Céline: Soil, carbon and the promises of ‘negative emission technologies’
Leblond Nelly: Governing global agriculture through yield gaps : Rise and frictions of a paradigm
Jasper Montana: The weight of the world: Constituting an expert Leviathan for global biodiversity governance
Barraud Régis, Portal Claire: Nature Needs Half » : a scenario for a right use of the Earth ?

15:30 (Dussane): Situating planetary knowledge, temporalities and visualities
Chair: Bruno Latour*
Participants:
Sebastian Grevsmühl: Where on Earth are we going? The Great Acceleration and its visual antecedents
Alexandra Arènes, De-black Boxed the Globe, Mapping the Critical Zone
Nicholas Mirzoeff: Decolonial Anti-Aesthetics of Appearance for the Anthropocene
Eugenia Kisin, Rocks, Earth, and Relations: The Anthropocene Between Art and Anthropology
James Fleming: A Fraught History of a Finite Planet: Problems and Prospects of ‘Big History’

18.00 End of the conference

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