Jean-Baptiste Fressoz is a historian of science, technology and the environment at the CNRS.
Jean-Baptiste Fressoz is a historian of science, technology and the environment at the CNRS. His main areas of research are environmental history, the Anthropocene, modern disinhibitions and climate knowledge. In 2024 he will publish “Sans transition. Une nouvelle histoire de l’énergie” (Paris, Le Seuil).
Climate, The Left, and History
In the essay that opens this edition of the review GREEN, Paul Magnette proposes an exercise in historical reflection: the key to any potential “exit” from the Anthropocene or “fossil capital” could be found in the historic experience of the “Fossil Crescent” — the part of Europe that extends from Northern England, through Wallonia, all … Continuedlire l'article