I propose, but we had already talked about it, to decide once and for all: by amalgamation between ecologist (politician) and ecologist (scientist), I would like us to define the 2 terms in the same way, namely:
a) The econologist: the "political (politicized?)" version of econology or even the "commercial" version ...
b) The econologist: the scientist who, in his reasoning, couples ecology with economy (and vice versa)
Le department of Seine Maritime has just made (September 18, 2008) a conference where ecolgists and econology are clearly cited: to download here: https://www.econologie.com/les-francais- ... -3968.html here is the page:
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT French people all green? No, ECONOLOGISTS!
The French have appropriated Sustainable Development by
practicing balance, personally and daily,
between economy and ecology
The French are investing in a new space for expression of
environmental awareness: consumption.
They fabricate ways of doing things that combine economy and
ecology without contradiction, seeking compromise
acceptable between "doing well" and satisfying their needs.
ECONOLOGY: Sustainable development practiced by