Your daily briefing for podcasting and on-demand
Cours public 2009

Listen to this podcast

Cours public 2009

An education podcast in French from UNIL | Université de Lausanne

Se demander “où va le monde ?”, c’est une question que se pose le commun des mortels, mais qui guide aussi de nombreuses recherches de la communauté scientifique. A quelles reconfigurations locales et globales peut-on s’attendre dans le contexte de la mondialisation ? Quels sont les plus grands perdants et gagnants du réchauffement de notre planète ? Quel pouvoir donner à la science pour imaginer notre avenir ? Est-elle mieux armée que la création artistique ? De quels instruments dispose-t-on face au risque pour assurer un sentiment de sécurité ? Comment se projeter dans l’avenir et être nous-même dans la société mondialisée de demain ?

Watch now

Listen elsewhere

Information for podcasters

Technical advice
The author of this podcast appears to be keyword-stuffed. It may get kicked from Apple Podcasts.
The audio of this podcast has an HTTP address, and not HTTPS. If it isn’t also available as HTTPS, it is no longer playable in any embedded player on an HTTPS site in Google Chrome.
This podcast’s RSS feed is not secure. Apple may require this in future.
This podcast’s audio is not on an IPv6-enabled domain. This isn’t an issue for now, but might be in future. (We tested the initial domain of, which may be an analytics prefix.)

This podcast appears to be missing from Spotify, Stitcher, iVoox, and iHeartRadio. We list all the podcast directories to be in.

Subscribe to Podnews and keep up to date
Our daily newsletter has the latest news from podcasting, jobs and events.

Our privacy policy keeps your data safe.


Privacy: In common with all podcast players, pressing "play" on the inbuilt player above will download the audio directly from the podcast host. That will share some data (like your IP address or details of your device) with them.
Affiliate links: This page links to Apple Podcasts. We may receive a commission for purchases made via those links.
Cache: We cache most information on these pages, and are currently caching pages for at least fourteen days. This page was produced on September 15 at 02:01:37 UTC. Flush the cache

Get a global view on podcasting and on-demand with our daily news briefing

Subscribe to our daily newsletter by email, free