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N°794 – THE REVOLT AGAINST PLASTIC

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Date de parution 13 mars 2019
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PRATIC’ABLE
N° 468/All English.
4 pages centrales de quiz pour progresser en anglais Le comparatif et le superlatif / Vocabulaire : les assurances
La presse înternatîonale enV.O.pour progresser en anglaîs
THE REVOLT AGAINST PLASTIC THE ANTIPLASTIC MOVEMENT, AND THE MILLENNIAL PUSH FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE FASHION
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POLITICS RENT CONTROLS ARE BACK IN VOGUE THE ECONOMIST
CINEMA THESTAN & OLLIEMOVIE THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
SCIENCE CAN YOU TRUST YOUR MEMORIES? THE INDEPENDENT
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AMÉLIE ARA RÉDACTRICE EN CHEF
Are we all becoming environmentalists?
The invention of bakelite in 1907 marked the beginning of an era where plastic has reigned supreme. It was during the Second World War that the industry really took off. In the United States, plastic production more than tripled be-tween 1939 and 195 and in the 1950s, clingfilm made its appearance in kitchens. Without really realising it, plastic has completely invaded every aspect of our daily lives. Each year we produce around 348 million tonnes of it, much of which ends up in our oceans. Luckily, more recently, government initiatives have sought to limit this pollution worldwide, from India to the European Union. How has plastic suddenly become our number one enemy? The answer is in a fascinat-ing article fromThe Guardian.
Fast fashion has also contributed to our changing buying habits. Nowadays, stores such as H&M and Zara offer up to twenty new fashion collec-tions per year, which has serious consequences for the environment. Textile manufacturing is the second most polluting industry in the world. Faced with this reality, many from the millennial generation have decided to frequent second hand clothes stores, thereby forcing the ready-to-wear market to review its way of working.
Our young people are now mobilising to save the planet, and, therefore, it comes as no surprise that a young sixteen-year-old Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg, has become an icon in the fight against climate change.
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Grand angle4 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................On parle d'eux5 .............................................................................................................................................................................................
 À la une B2-C1 The plastic backlash6 THE GUARDIAN (UK)................................................................................  A worldwîde revolt agaînst plastîc îs under way. C1-C2 Fast ashion ueling push or sustainable apparel THE BALTIMORE SUN (US)...........................................................................................................................................................................9  Nearîng the end o ast ashîon?
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Sur le vif12 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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Société Death of the prîvate self THE GUARDIAN (UK)...........................................................................14 How fiteen years o Facebook changed socîety.
B2-C1  Maîden lanes16 THE ECONOMIST (UK)........................................................................................................................ The push to name more European streets ater women.
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PRATIC’ABLE17 .................................................................................................................................Vocabulaîre, expressîons et astuces pour parler comme un anglophone Les assurances / Les comparaîsons : comparatî, superlatî / Soîgnez votre orthographe / Jeux de mots
À 360°.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................22 ...
 Enjeux B2-C1  Rent controls are back în vogue23 THE ECONOMIST (UK)......................................... Rent control, a new prîorîty or the Mayor o London.
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Zoom sur25 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................
B2-C1  Apple and the smartphone malaîse26 THE ECONOMIST (UK)....................... îPhone sales are în sharp declîne.
Culture B2-C1  John C. Reîlly and Steve Coogan onStan & OllieTHE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER (US)....................................................................................................................................28 Intervîew about the new Laurel and Hardy film.
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Les échos31 ................................................................................................................................................................................................................
 Découverte B2-C1  Can you trust your own memorîes?32 THE INDEPENDENT (UK)................... Why our recollectîons are not very relîable.
Les sorties34 ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................Le dessin35 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................