Optimistim: A fragile affair

Mickaël Carlier

Consumer demand effects change in corporate behaviour

Andrew Winston

We have no choice but to be optimistic, for our children’s sake

Corinne Lepage

Civic action is vital

Brice Lalonde

A case for optimistism: There’s still time to act

Trinh Xuan Thuan

The climate crisis is a crisis of values

Lucie Pagé

Changing your transportation habits

Steven Guilbeault

Citizens can act, talk, invest, think

Nicolas Hulot

Visualizing local impacts: An incentive to take action

Stephen Sheppard

Voting with your wallet

Alexandre Taillefer

The moral of the story

Yannick Roudaut

Repairing products instead of discarding them

Laure Waridel

Prioritizing climate change: A daunting task

Adam Sobel

Education and training: Weapons of mass construction

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Eating is a political act

Philippe Desbrosses

Eat local, your taste buds will thank you

Stefan Sobkowiak

Worried, but optimistic

Nicolas Hulot

Overconsumption can’t buy you happiness

Claire Nouvian

Scientifically pessimistic, socially optimistic

Bill McKibben

Compassion is the solution

Trinh Xuan Thuan

A case for optimism: Solutions are already at hand

Stephen Sheppard

Optimist, it’s no fun the other way around

Geoff Garver

Promoting eco-friendly solutions

Mickaël Carlier

A shift in technology leads to a new mindset

Bill McKibben

Rediscovering the simple pleasures of life

Geoff Garver

Ask for greener products

Yannick Roudaut

Pathological optimism

Kathleen Rogers

We have to be optimistic

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Optimistic or not, we have to assume our responsibilities

Andrée-Lise Méthot

Divestment is a powerful tool

Bill McKibben

Optimistic about an agreement, but not about a 2-degree target

Jean Jouzel

Wasted food is wasted money

Philippe Desbrosses

Community support can help us change our habits

Stephen Sheppard

Optimistic? Or just determined?

Yannick Roudaut

A different approach to ecology

Alexandre Taillefer

Taking action in the workplace

Andrew Winston

Changing our habits on a voluntary basis

Geoff Garver

Taking action: An antidote to fear and despair

Bill McKibben

We can feed the whole planet, we just need to plant more gardens

Philippe Desbrosses

Going green made easy

Kathleen Rogers

Dire climate projections for Polynesia

Jérôme Petit

Consuming less does not mean living less

Laure Waridel

Responsible consumption has its own rewards

Pierre-Olivier Pineau