Participatory discussions

Participatory discussions

“LET’S TAKE ON TOGETHER THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGE!”

David Koslki et Fanny Agostini FIM2017
Institution Jeanne d’Arc lauréate prix Education FIM2017
Remise du prix Education FIM2017 par Catherine Laborde et Valérie Masson-Delmotte
Table-ronde Education FIM2017
Laurent Romejko remet le prix Innovation à Julien Tournier SonarLabs FIM2017
Table-ronde Innovation FIM2017

You were almost 200 to attend the participatory discussion of the 14th Forum International de la Météo et du Climat hosted by the City of Paris on March 23. CThis day, punctuated by debates and exchanges, gathered mostly schools and high school children, academic actors and leaders of innovative environmental start-ups. For the 1st time, the Forum awarded the prize My school project for environment and climate won by the institution Jeanne d’Arc of Colombes, designated by the public as winner for its project Back to Earth. The Innovation and Environment Award was presented to LOLA by Sonora Labs, for its project of eco-design digital solutions. The start-up will receive support fromKissKissBankBank et SenseCube.

List of participants
Photo Gallery

AGENDA

Debates animated by Fanny Agostini France 3 (ex BFM-TV) and David Kolski France Bleu

08.45 – Opening

SESSION 1 – EDUCATION ON ENVIRONMENT

09.00 – Education Award “My school project for the environment”
Presentation of the 5 finalist projects of the Award “My school project for environment and climate”:
Collège Jean Moulin, Montreuil (93) : “Air and Global Warming”
Institution Jeanne d’Arc, Colombes (92) : “Return to Earth”
Collège de l’Assomption (34) : “Global warming explained to my parents”
LPO Blaise Pascal, Forbach (54) : “A Teaching Garden in High School”
Lycée Parc de Vilgénis, Massy (91) : “Determine the most appropriate energy mix for our school based on our weather station data”

10.00 – Quizz on the topic of environment
15 questions on environment dedicated to high school and college students

10.45 – Break

11.15 – Roundtable “Which education to address environmental challenges ?”
Hosted by Noémie Berthelot Planète Sciences
Jean-Francois Balaudé Université Paris Nanterre, Roland Gérard Réseau Ecole et Nature, Denis Guibard Télécom Ecole de Management, Valérie Masson-Delmotte IPCC, Audrey Renaudin REFEDD, Jean-Michel Valantin Ministère de l’Education nationale

12.30 – Awarding of the “Education Award” by Catherine Laborde and Valérie Masson-Delmotte to Institution Jeanne d’Arc, Colombes chosen by the public.

 

SESSION 2 – ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL INNOVATIONS

02.00 – Award “Innovation and environment in 7 minutes”
Pitchs of 7 minutes presented by the 6 start-ups and innovative SMEs finalists of the “Innovation and Environment Award in 7 minutes”:
ECODROP – Business sector: : Construction
INMAN SAS – Business sector: : Engineering / Equipment of the habitat
KNOT – Business sector: : Mobility
LOLA™ by Sonora Labs – Business sector: : Computer hosting
Still Human – Business sector: : Robotics and IOT
The Treep – Business sector: : Sustainable mobility

03.30 – Break

04.00 – Roundtable “How to accelerate innovation for ecological transition ?”
Hosted by Béatrice Héraud Novethic
Albane Godard Paris&Co–UrbanLab, Arthur James Lendopolis, Emmanuel Jean Enedis, Clémence Lecointre Phenix.

05.30 – Awarding of the “Innovation Award” by Laurent Romejko France 3 and Emmanuel Jean Enedis,  to the winner: LOLA by Sonora Labs in presence of representatives of SenseCube, Novethic, KissKissBankBank and Maddyness