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The Sustainable Innovation Forum (SIF15) is the largest business focused event held during the annual Conference of Parties (COP), taking place this year on 7- 8 December at COP21 at Stade de France (gate E) in Paris. Building on year-round work from Climate Action and the UN Environment Programme, the 2 day Forum will convene cross-sector participants from business, Government, finance, UN, NGOs and civil society to create an unparalleled opportunity to bolster business innovation and bring scale to the emerging green economy. Registration here
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The essential role of the Ocean in climate regulation will be presented to the public through exhibitions, scientific conferences and films.
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Organizer : Entreprises pour l'Environnement (EpE)
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While the Energy Transition Act strengthens the field commuting plan, Colibree association created an event dedicated to companies and territories operators concerned by transport, economic development and climate. There will be workshops, demonstrations, a round table on the topic of "Business, Mobility and Climate" and an exchange evening hosted by PROTO 204. Participation is free for subscribers: Registration here
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fondation de l'école politique
Climate change is a global phenomenon and its consequences affect all populations of the world. However, questioning the notion of individual and collective responsibility, forces us to reconsider the history of climate change and the causes behind this phenomenon. Does the common but differentiated responsibilities principle adopted in 1992, take into account the highly variable differences between actors, in the past history and for the future? How take into account the historical responsibility of industrialized nations? How think to the responsibilities of the priority populations exposed to the consequences that have not contributed to climate change? Clive Hamilton, a famous scholar and Australian philosopher, Catherine Larrère, president of the Foundation of Political Ecology and Christophe Bonneuil, Research Fellow at CNRS, will be present to discuss the individually and collectively responsibility about climate change. Registration here
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The Veolia Institute is organizing, in association with the Agence Française de Développement and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, an international conference on innovative solutions to reduce methane emissions. Participants will exchange scientific knowledge, explore available mitigation options in the major emitting sectors—agriculture, oil and gas and waste—and discuss economic and financial mechanisms that would facilitate the development of these solutions for meeting the climate challenge. This event will take place on November 9, 2015, at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (ESEC) in Paris. The Veolia Institute and its partners intend to contribute to the forthcoming COP21 by recommending concrete solutions that can be implemented in the short term to combat climate change. This conference has the institutional support of the French government illustrated by the official "COP21" label. Registration here
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In anticipation of COP 21, the European Economic and Social Committee, the UCESIF and French CESER collected during one year, the opinions and reports relating to climate change which were produced by their networks on various topics related to climate: energy transition, sustainable agriculture, environmental and social inequalities, etc. This knowledge was materialized by a series of seminars and international conferences accredited by the COP 21. This exhibition is the final step before Bourget in terms of collective work. All day, there will have open debates. Are expected: Michaelle Jean, Secretary General of La Francophonie, Laurent Fabius and Ségolène Royal, French ministers, Hakima El Haite, Moroccan Minister Nizar Baraka, Georges Dassis, John Paul Delevoye, Agripino Nunez-Collado and Aminata Tall, presidents the Latina America African Unions and European presidents. Registration here
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