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Dominique Bourg, French philosopher. Decorated chevalier Legion of Honour France, officer National Order Merit. Moderator Ministry of Environment, Paris, 1998—1999; member national commission Environmental Chartre, 2002—2003; member National Council Sustainable Development, 2003—2006; vice-chairman Grenelle of Environment Committee, 2007—2008; Member of Forecast Council State of Vaud (Switzerland).


Bourg, Dominique was born on August 11, 1953 in Tavaux, Jura, France. Son of Marcel Bourg and Helene Fillion.


Doctor of Philosophy, University Strasbourg, France, 1981. Doctor of Letters, Ecole des Hautes Etudes for Sciences Socials, Paris, 1995. Habilitation, University Lyon, France, 1998.


Scholar Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Heidelberg, Germany, 1990—1992. Editor Association Descartes, Paris, 1992—1993. Associate professor Institute Political Sciences, 1998—2006.

Professor University of Technology, Troyes, France, 2000—2006, University Lausanne, Switzerland, since 2006. Consultant Electricité de France, Paris, 1998—2008, Museum of Confluences, Lyon, since 2001, Association for the Progress of Management, Paris, since 2002. Chairman Social Council Electricité France, since 2008.


Moderator Ministry of Environment, Paris, 1998—1999. Member national commission Environmental Chartre, 2002—2003. Member National Council Sustainable Development, 2003—2006.

Vice-chairman Grenelle of Environment Committee, 2007—2008. Member of Forecast Council State of Vaud (Switzerland).


  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing, equitation.


Married Frederique Zahnd, August 5, 1989. Children: Celestine, Bertille, Marcel.

Marcel Bourg

Helene Fillion

Frederique Zahnd

Celestine Bourg

Bertille Bourg

Marcel Bourg