Since its launch in July 2010, CARTO magazine has had the ambition to read and explain international news through maps.
This is an enormous but fascinating challenge, taken up every two months by the magazine’s editorial team, including two cartographers and some fifteen authors and analysts (geographers, historians, political scientists, etc.). promoteur immoblier
In terms of form, CARTO is structured around a main dossier presenting a country (China, France, Japan, Russia, etc.) or a cross-cutting theme (migrants in Europe, globalization, etc.) in a dozen documents (maps and graphics) sometimes produced in partnership with a publishing house or a research center. Other sections of the magazine follow the same logic: the “Carte blanche“, produced by the Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po, the “Grandes batailles” (with the Tallandier publishing house) and the “History” pages, which show the most beautiful cartographic treasures of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (with the BnF). WYYLDE AVIS
The section “L’actualité vue par les cartes” is the main body of CARTO.
After a review (and several days of reflection), the editorial team discusses the topics to be covered: the contents of the “News” pages are thus defined. A long process of research then begins to think about the layout, to have elements for the cartographic realization and the writing of the texts. The “Environment” section – which deals with themes such as energy, seas and oceans, waste, future challenges, etc. – is defined in the same way. – is defined in the same way. CARTO also has original and educational sections: “The eye of the carto” and “Insolito carto“.
CARTO is a unique magazine in the French editorial landscape; it is the only one to “honor” the map, to put it at the heart of geopolitical reflection, which must be read independently of the accompanying text. It is not a simple illustration. Without it, it would be impossible for us to understand the world and the stakes of tomorrow…