Cité de la Réussite, 19 – 21 October, 2012 Renault joins the debate at the Sorbonne!
03 October 2012 16:00
Renault is strongly committed to corporate social responsibility and was naturally keen to take part in the Cité de la Réussite. This partnership is clearly in keeping with the initiatives pursued by Renault with the academic world over many years (research centre, teaching body, student support, etc.). This year’s edition, which has “Sharing” as its key theme, echoes the values and history of Renault through its focus on mobility, modernity and accessibility.
“Global competition, ecological challenges, bold creativity: how best to share our vision?” with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault group
Saturday October 20, 2012 from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
In order to be the first manufacturer to make vehicles that produce zero emissions in use and that are accessible to everybody, the company has made innovation a strategic priority. It has developed bold technological innovations along with new forms of marketing (battery rental). To ensure the success of its electric variation, Renault worked closely with Nissan and has set up many partnerships at international level with government bodies, states, municipalities, energy suppliers, mobility operators and energy firms.
“Companies and associations: sharing and building innovative projects” with Claire Martin, Vice-President, Corporate Social Responsibility at Renault and Florence Gilbert, founder of the association Voiture & Co
Sunday October 21,2012 from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
To better address social, environmental and economic concerns in its activities, the Renault group is cooperating with players from the associative world. Based on a joint approach, the Mobiliz programme helps people in difficulty by providing practical solutions to their mobility needs (car sharing, car rental at €5/day, access to Renault’s socially responsible garages offering cost-price vehicle repairs tailored to the lowest levels of revenue, etc.).
At the same time, Renault has invited Ellen MacArthur to take part in a debate with the public on major environmental issues.
“Rethinking progress: a new approach to production and use” with Ellen MacArthur, in her capacity as chair of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Sunday October 21, 2012 between 11:00 am and 12:30 pm
Renault has been a partner of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation since September 2010. This foundation cooperates with the world of industry and education to encourage new generations to re-think, re-design and re-build a positive and prosperous future based on a vision of a “circular economy”. With the eco² policy, Renault has introduced the principles of the circular economy in the design, production and use of its vehicles in order to reduce major environmental impacts across the vehicle life cycle.
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