Laurent Chalard is a geographer and works at the European Center for International Affairs. Find him on his
Laurent Chalard is a geographer and works at the European Center for International Affairs.
Find him on his
Michel Houellebecq: "A civilization which legalizes euthanasia loses all rights to respect"
Globally, since the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic in March 2020, the large metropolises, whose growth seemed inexorable, condemning the other territories to stagnation or decline, have, overnight, become repellent spaces. Hundreds of thousands of people have left them, at least temporarily, to live in the countryside, seen as a place of refuge in times of crisis. In this context, France is no exception to the general rule. Its capital, Paris, at the head of an urban complex comprising between 10 and 13 million inhabitants according to the definitions adopted, is experiencing an acceleration of departures, in particular from the city-center particularly affected by restrictive health measures, without qu 'however, it is possible to quantify the flows in the absence of recent data provided by
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