May 2019, Paris
“Climate: Changing lifestyle and behaviors, a top priority, from citizen … to collective”.
This international Symposium will be held on May 28, 2019 in the Paris City Hall (4th) and will bring together scientists and climate experts, socio-economic actors, elected officials and institutional leaders, representatives of the academic community, students and media.
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Changing lifestyle and behaviors… a collective challenge
To respect the objectives of the Paris Agreement, it is essential to build a collective reflection associating climate sciences and social sciences that will lead to the necessary change of behaviors to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and adapt. This evolution must be undertaken not only by citizens but also by governments, communities and businesses, …. without excluding the education system and NGOs, which can play a key role.
09:15 – Opening Session
Brune POIRSON State Secretary under the Minister of State, Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition
Anne HIDALGO Mayor of Paris. Chair of C40 Cities (tbc).
Jean JOUZEL President of Météo et Climat. Climatologist, former member of the IPCC.
Introduction: Lola VALLEJO Director of the climate program, IDDRI.
09:30 – The scale and nature of the changes needed for the climate – IPCC Outlook
Valérie MASSON-DELMOTTE IPCC, Vice-Chair Group I.
10:00 – The mechanisms of Lifestyle Changes / Practices – Perspectives of Sociology
Sophie DUBUISSON-QUELLIER Deputy Director of the Center for Sociology of Organizations (CNRS-Sciences Po), Solange MARTIN Sociologist at ADEME.
10:30 – Break
11:00 – Roundtable 1 – Evolution of behavior: state of play
Hosted by Béatrice HÉRAUD Chief Editor in charge of CSR, Novethic
Martial BRETON CliMates, Emmanuel COMBET Engineer and economist at ADEME, Julien GASC Manifeste pour un réveil écologique (Wake Up Call on the Environment Manifesto), Sodeh HAMZEHLOUYAN Administrator of the AMAP network in Ile-de-France (associations supporting small farming), Thibault TURCHET Zero Waste France.
12:20 – Presentation of the “Our Life 21″ tool
Vaia TUUHIA Chief Delegate, Association 4-D
12:45 – Lunch-break
14:00 – Roundtable 2 – Which levers for a lifestyle transformation?
Hosted by Dominique PIALOT Deputy Chief Editor “Energy/Climate/Sustainable city, La Tribune
Roxane ADLE Director of the Digital Society Research Area of the Orange Group, Sabine DESNAULT Executive Director Innovation and CSR, Gecina, Lucy SHEA CEO, Futerra, Pierre VERRI President of FLAME (Federation of Local Energy and Climate Agencies), Gilles VERMOT-DESROCHES Director Sustainable Development, Schneider Electric.
15:30 – Roundtable 3 – What options in different sectors of activity?
Hosted by Emilie ALBEROLA Director of Research and Innovation at EcoAct
Celia BLAUEL Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of the Environment, Sustainable Development, Energy and Water Climate Plan, Sophie CHAMBON-DIALLO Director Sustainable Development, SNCF, Sylvie MOULET Program Director Business & Services, EDF R&D, Sébastien SOLEILLE Global Head of Energy Transition and Environment, BNP Paribas Carry SOMERS Founder and Global Operations Director of Fashion RevolutionFashion Revolution.
17:00 – Conclusion and closing
Lola VALLEJO Director of the climate program, IDDRI, Jean JOUZEL President of Météo et Climat. Climatologist, former member of the IPCC, Gérald MARADAN CEO EcoAct, Christian VANNIER Founder and director of the International Weather and Climate Forum.
Director of the climate program, IDDRI
Anne Girault Director of Agence Parisienne du Climat and member of the Council of Météo et Climat
Yann Françoise Head of Climate-Energy and Circular Economy Division at Mairie de Paris
Christian Couturier Director of the Energy Division, Solagro and President of the association Négawatt
Valérie Peugeot Researcher at Orange Labs and President of the association Vecam
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier Research director at CNRS. Deputy-Director, Centre de sociologie des organisations
Raphaëlle Kounkou-Arnaud Head of the Studies and Climatology Division of the Ile-de-France / Center Direction, Météo-France