Nathalie Blanc is a Research Director at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Managing Director of the Earth Politics Center. A pioneer of ecocriticism in France, she has published and coordinated numerous research programs in areas such as habitability, environmental aesthetics, literature and the environment and nature in the city. Her most recent publication is Form, Art, and Environment: Engaging in Sustainability (2016). Théa Manola is an architect (DPLG), and holds a Master’s and a PhD in Urban studies. She is a Lecturer on Social and Human Sciences for Architecture at the School of Architecture of Grenoble, France, and a Researcher at the CRESSON/CNRS Laboratory ‘Ambiences, Architecture, Urbanities’, France. Her scientific work focuses on the socio-political and environmental aspects of sensitive approaches. She is interested in ordinary sensory experiences, sensescapes, and socio-environmental and participatory issues and their place in the urban fabric.Patrick Degeorges is a philosopher. From 2004 to 2010, he was responsible for the implementation of predator management policies in the French Ministry of the Environment, before serving as a senior advisor in prospective and strategic issues, where he participated in the design of policies for biodiversity conservation and adaptation to climate change, both nationally and internationally. He is currently a member of the Complex Systems Institute (IXXI), the Michel Serres Institute and the INRIA (Datasphere Team) and he directs the Anthropocene Curriculum of the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Lyon, France.