International Symposium

Extreme weather events: A Harbinger of Future Climate?

This conference is co-organized by Météo et Climat and the Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace. It will be broadcast in livestream from the International Conference Center of Sorbonne University (Paris 5th) where the speakers will be hosted.

Symposium Replays

Conference moderated by Carine ROCCHESANI Journalist specialized in environment

Official opening & introduction FIM Symposium

  • Nathalie DRACH-TEMAM Vice President of Research, Innovation and Science
  • Jean JOUZEL President of Météo et Climat
  • Robert VAUTARD Director of Institut Pierre Simon Laplace and President of the Scientific Committee

28 min

Session1 “Recent extreme events and trends”

  • Sonia SENEVIRATNE Climatologist, professor in the Institute for Atmosphere and Climate Science, ETH (Zurich) & author at the IPCC
  • Laurent MONTADOR Deputy CEO, CCR & CCR Re
  • Jean-Michel SOUBEYROUX Deputy Scientific Director of Climatology and Climate Services Department of Météo-France

71 min

Session2 “Floods”

  • Robert VAUTARD Director of Institut Pierre Simon Laplace
  • Christine FAURE-FEDIGAN Head of corporate climate policy, ENGIE Group
  • Magali REGHEZZA-ZITT Doctor in Geography at Ecole Normale Superieure and member of the High Council on Climate
  • Célia BLAUEL Deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of the Seine, Prospective Paris 2030 and Resilience
  • 75 min

Session3 “Heat waves”

  • Aurélien RIBES Researcher at CNRM, Météo-France & CNRSMathilde
  • PASCAL Climate Project Officer – Santé publique France, the national public health agency
  • Cécile LAUGIER Director of Prospective and Environment for EDF’s generation fleet

69 min

Session4 “From perception to action”

  • Solange MARTIN Sociologist
  • Véronique MARIOTTI Climate risk expert, PhD, EcoAct
  • Ronan DANTEC Senator for the Loire-Atlantique Region, France, President of the Climate Chance Association

84 min

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