DIRECT. Experience the third day’s conferences at Futurapolis Planète!


The zeitgeist is no longer an unrestricted pleasure. No more big orgiastic food, welcome to moderation of desires. Towards joyful asceticism? Our planet is tottering: a new balance must be found. On the one hand, the extremist pleasure-seekers, on the other, the assertive “Amish”. How to calmly monitor the ridge? Well, by listening to the guests of the Futurapolis Planète 2022 debate. Everyone defends a vision of a less worrying and even possibly happy future: the historian Georges Vigarello, the nuclear specialist Stéphane Sarrade, the space contractor Barbara Belvisi or even the climatologist François Gemenne help us not to give up the pursuit of reasonable pleasure. Without losing sight of the new climate imperative.

Should you give up the plane, grow your vegetable garden, give up your car or even buy everything used? It is up to you to decide, in the end, by going to the Quai des savoirs to meet our guests and discuss with them. These November 24, 25, 26, you have all the cards in your hand, and the opportunity to decide.

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16:00 – The Évin law, harmful to wine culture?

“The Évin Act wanted to reduce advertising to simple communication, result: any communication about wine falls within the scope of the Évin Act. We are therefore underinformed about wine,” and what it consists of, points out the professor of private law Ronan Laffray. Me Eric Morain agrees: “Since the Évin law (1991), the French no longer have a wine culture. “The vintner Marine Leys wants to qualify and reminds that the new generation is very present in the middle.

15.44 at – The natural wine trend

To Me Eric Morain, “when you drink traditional wine you think you’re only drinking grapes when there can be up to 134 ingredients in wine and that’s a real lie”. The professor of private law Ronan Laffray recalls that “in the sense of the law, a so-called “natural” product cannot have undergone any transformation or have additives, such as honey. However, a natural wine can have a dose of sulfite”. Hence the creation in 2020 of a 12-point charter to award “Vin method nature” label for certain cuvées.

15:32. – Has wine become rare?

Health! If it remains one of the pillars of our culture, a symbol of pleasure and sharing, wine is no longer so divine. Conventional viticulture is criticized for its use of pesticides, and alcohol consumption is increasingly targeted by a certain hygiene. Glass half full or half empty, what do our guests say?

With Me Eric Morainlawyer, author of Request for natural wine (2019, Nouriturfu), Marine Leysvintner in Gaillac, and Ronan Raffrayprofessor of private law and director of the master’s degree in wine and wine law at the University of Bordeaux.

15:09 – In Japan, the drama of the singles

Agnes Giard, an anthropologist, analyzes Japanese society, where the traditional family model is in crisis: “The marriage model has become inadequate. Only 15% of Japanese in their twenties manage to earn enough money to marry a woman and have children. Women are also not very willing to reproduce this family pattern. Men are therefore cornered, forced to remain single, and some tend to download virtual partners. »

14.55 – Asexuality, a form of sexuality finally recognized?

“In the beginning we didn’t know the concept of asexual, so we thought we had a libido problem or that we hadn’t found the right sexual partner,” explains Jérémy, asexual. “It’s a bit painful to have our love constantly questioned,” testifies Coralie, his companion. For her, the psychologist Magali Croset Calisto believes that the Internet has helped to “create dictates about pleasure and the number of sexual relations to have”.

14.40 – Futurapolis Planet resumes with the theme of sexual pleasure!

Alone, in pairs, with a toy, never: there are a thousand and one ways to enjoy. The story of A. Like asexuality. The younger generation is far from the carnal liberation of the 68s. As part of an IFOP barometer in 2022, o learned that 43% of 15-24 year olds surveyed had not had sex in the past 12 months, while 44% had only had one partner. Are abstinence and solitary pleasure our horizon?

With Magali Croset Calistopsychologist, addictologist, sexologist, author of orgasm revolutions, and Agnes Giardanthropologist affiliated with the University of Paris-Nanterre.

12:54 p.m. – It’s the break!

Futurapolis Planète returns at 14.45 for a conference on sexual pleasure. This is followed by two conferences on the impact of viticulture on the climate and the future through the metaverse.

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12:40 p.m. – Eco-anxiety put to the test by psychiatry

“We have to have prospects, even if we don’t realize them right away. And there we send messages to teenagers that having children, traveling, might not be as reasonable as that, which can be annoying for them,” explains Jean-Philippe Raynaudprofessor of child and adolescent psychiatry, head of department at Toulouse University Hospital.

12:23 p.m. – Young people, forgotten by Covid-19?

With Christophe Tzourioprofessor of epidemiology at the University of Bordeaux, and Jean-Philippe Raynaudprofessor of child and adolescent psychiatry, head of department at Toulouse University Hospital.

12:10 p.m. – “We don’t go to Mars for science”

“Science is a driving force, but cannot be the only one,” explains the astrophysicist Sylvester Maurice. Politics is another. Finally, there is the dream of space exploration. That’s why we’re going to explore. We are not going to Mars for science. We want to do science, but we don’t go there for it, just as we don’t go there for the resources. When we find water, we make fuel to take off again. Oxygen is already produced there, but it is not a resource for Earth. These are resources dedicated to exploration. We just have to hope that there are enough resources to continue the investigation. »

11:56 – Is there life on Mars?

NASA’s Mars Sample Return (MSR) program was supposed to make it possible to return Martian samples taken by a robot to Earth within a decade. Sylvester Mauriceastrophysicist in charge of the SuperCam instrument of the Perseverance mission, which deposited the robot on Mars, explains his goal: “What we’re looking for on Mars is how life arose on a planet. It’s going to be difficult, because life there is microscopic . In the samples that will return to Earth, we may have the beginning of an answer to this question.”

11:45 – The Moon, Outpost for the Martian Conquest?

With economic barriers to entry collapsing, the race for space exploration has seen the arrival of new actors, governmental or private, in a joyful abundance. New Space, Next Space, the troublemakers push to the gate to land on the Moon before attacking the planet Mars. Space technologies will have significant implications for our future lives, focus on French and European expertise between spacecraft, lunar and martian habitats and rock-destroying laser beams.

With Helen Hubyco-founder and CEO of The Exploration Company, which builds spacecraft with the goal of being multi-mission (Earth, Moon, ISS, etc.), in-orbit refueling and reusable, Sylvester Mauriceastrophysicist, responsible for the SuperCam instrument for the Perseverance mission, and Barbara Belvisifounder of Interstellar Lab.


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