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  • Anjara Lalaina Jocelyn Rakotoarisoa

    () (Unives informatique)


Ranked in the same league as war and poverty, global warming has become a global problem of global concern, especially since the beginning of the third millennium. The presumption states that this phenomenon is of an anthropogenic nature, fueled mainly by the human economic activities that propel greenhouse gas emissions. However, the promotion of economic growth through the revitalization of economic activities must be supported to ensure the process of development towards prosperity. The purpose of this article is to explore this paradoxical link between global warming and the economy. Hence the title of this document "Economic Activities and Global Warming: A Global Paradox".

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  • Anjara Lalaina Jocelyn Rakotoarisoa, 2019. "DE L’ACTIVITE ECONOMIQUE AU RECHAUFFEMENT PLANETAIRE : Un paradoxe mondial," Working Papers hal-01984424, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:wpaper:hal-01984424
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    activités économiques; économie mondiale; croissance économique; causalité; gaz à effet de serre; température globale; réchauffement planétaire;

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