Monthly Archives: June 2012

Rio+20 : small steps by Mankind, no giant leap for #Green Earth

It could have been worse in Rio : the summit could have failed, truths could have been hidden, people could have stayed unheard, green economy could have been left aside. But one needs a lot of sense of humour to smile about the future we want.

Some French eBooks about climate and other ongoing changes.

    

RF, June 23rd, 2012

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Let’s All Get Away Safely From Los Cabos …

Los Cabos is a beautiful place in Baja California, Mexico, but the way out is either up, or very narrow … Let’s hope European and G20 countries leaders manage to avoid mistakes and remember the Concordia before they sail too close to the rocks.

Some French eBooks about ongoing changes in France, Europe and elsewhere.

    

RF, June, 19th, 2012

June 17th : Father’s Day in France, Lady’s Time elsewhere

From a French viewpoint, Sunday, June 17th, was Father’s Day (election day, too, but few people cared that much about it as no surprise was expected).

From the markets’ viewpoint, no doubt next week(s) will be a Lady’s time, whatever the results of the elections in Greece, France and elsewhere.

From a political viewpoint, no doubt the time of the Lady has come.

From a global, really spatial viewpoint, it is definitely a Lady’s time.

Whatever viewpoint, it’s always time to read some French eBooks.

    

RF, June, 17th, 2012

Still heavy rain in France …

The Lady who almost became the First Woman President of France 5 years ago, and who could have been First Lady of France 3 weeks ago, may now miss the seat of First Lady of La Rochelle against a same Party rival according to polls. Lasting rain.

Of course, France is modern country and Twitter (and a First Lady) is involved.

RF 13 juin 2012

    

Not the kind of Rain to Sing in …

The rain at Roland Garros spoilt the TV watching Sunday afternoon (but maybe helped Nadal win another title and some Euros to bring back to Spain), but it is by far not the most dangerous water flooding some formerly strongly emerged countries.

Those who would like to read more about risks of floodings and other possibilities of financial, social, economic, political or whatever trouble in Europe (and the rest of the world including usually sunny France) may click on the following pictures to reach a few series of recent eBooks.

        

Spanish Angst this Week-End in Europe …

Let’s hope we’ll remember June 2012 as a kind of Almodovar film, not without terror but with a happy end in Madrid and the rest of Euroland as soon as possible.

Those who would like to read more about risks of thunder and other possibilities of financial, social, economic, political or whatever trouble in Europe (and the rest of the world including usually sunny France) may click on the following pictures to reach a few series of recent eBooks.

        

Some rain in Poland and Ukraine doesn’t matter as long as there is no perfect storm in Spain or elsewhere

Unexpectedly enough, the climate seems perfect in Poland and Ukraine for the “Euro” whereas the weather doesn’t appear too cosy in Spain, Greece and other more touristic spots. Things change (or not), let’s hope it goes for the better everywhere.

Those who would like to read more about risks of thunder and other possibilities of climate, social, economic, political or whatever trouble in Europe (and the rest of the world including usually sunny France) may click on the following pictures to reach a few series of eBooks.