Eoliennes : Chronique d’un naufrage annoncé

November 3, 2018

• Title English : Aeolians: Chronicle of a shipwreck announced
• Author : Pierre Dumont and Denis de Kergorlay
• Publisher : François Bourin (November 8, 2018)
• Collection : ESSAI
• ASIN : B07D58QDNG
• ISBN-13 : 979-1025204221
• Product Dimensions : 20,5 x 1,3 x 14 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Docx and eBook
• Price : 16,00
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 7/10

♦ Description : “Will the big plan for the development of wind energy in France turn to sinking? Everything seems to announce it. Increasingly strong and justified doubts surround this energy choice, which essentially responds to political considerations. In all regions of France there is growing opposition from residents against wind turbines that threaten their environment and health, but also the French in general, revolted by the destruction of their landscapes and the waste of public money. Trumpily adorned with all the ecological virtues, the development in France of wind turbines, destructive heritage and our tourism potential, does not obey any climate or economic logic. It gives rise to often opaque financial arrangements that benefit only a small number of insiders, while it is the whole of the French who, by their taxes and taxes collected on electricity bills, support the the insane cost of this irresponsible policy. It is high time to give up this ecological utopia, which does not correspond to France’s landscape specificities or its energy model, and which collectively leads us to an unprecedented cultural, environmental, health and financial disaster.”

Author Biography

Biography

“Pierre Dumont”

Pierre Dumont – entered the Beaux Arts in Rouen in 1936. In 1941, he tried his luck in Paris in car advertising. In 1946, he was recruited at the Revue Technique Automobile (RTA) as head of the drawing office. After he regained his independence, his graphic works were regularly visible in various automotive publications (notably in L’Automobile), on certain magazine advertisements or on advertising catalogs (Citroën, Rosengart, Panhard, but also Radiomatic or carburetors Weber …). He was the founder and first president of the Citroën France Club in 1968.

In 1969, Pierre Dumont joined the team of Fanatique de l’Automobile created by Serge Pozzoli. He signed the cover of the first monthly issue. He followed very precise and documented articles that he completed drawings or sketches to explain this or that feature not always obvious. During the 80s, he held a regular column in the weekly La Vie de l’Auto. One of his last studies was devoted to sports cars.”


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