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Timely and well-researched analyses of the current economic and financial situation and concrete ways to bring about the ecological transition. The author skillfully analyzes the different problems obstructing ecological development: priorities and investments in fossil fuels, economic reductionism, idolatry of the GDP, and financialization detached from the real economy. At the same time, Giraud indicates the choices that should be made to build a society which is more just and respectful of the environment: common assets, the taxation of sources of pollution, and capitalism understood on a social backdrop.