In light of the laws structuring the decarbonization of territories and industries (the Green Industry Act, the Nuclear Recovery Act, the Act to accelerate the production of renewable energies, the Green Deal, etc.), all the players and stakeholders seem to be mobilized to fully engage in the sustainable transition and now have additional means of action and ambitious targets to achieve carbon neutrality and comply with the Paris Agreement.
It is no longer time for incantations, it is time for general mobilization: this is indeed the meaning of this morning.
Through a meeting of exchanges and feedback, local elected officials, industrialists, managers and institutions will be able to meet and exchange on these future topics, find synergies and share best practices to accelerate the energy transition, deploy beneficial solutions in territories and companies and decipher the major trends of the transition.
On July 11, 2023, at the HUB Loft (Paris 8eme), we invite you to trace the path of the transition.
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Less congestion, less emissions: the place of waterways in intermodality
New scooters, bikes, scooters, cars, buses, applications, rentals, leasing... Road mobility keeps reinventing itself and we are used to seeing more and more novelties on the asphalt. But what about the waterways? Thomas Brouchet, Sales Director at SeaBubbles, agreed to answer our questions.
Forests contributing to a regenerative value chain.
The regeneration of forest ecosystems is a strategic subject for businesses. According to the World Economic Forum, 50% of the global GDP relies directly on these ecosystem services. In response to climate change and biodiversity loss, Reforest'Action was created to preserve, restore, and create forests worldwide.
Citeos sheds light on the carbon footprint of cities
The energy transition is becoming increasingly important in public opinion. With this in mind, the Rosny-sous-Bois town council is trying to better control the environmental impact of its municipal projects, and has called on Citeos to reduce the carbon footprint of its lighting. Here is a look at this experiment.