Renault, a partner of the LH Forum 2015
15 September 2015 09:30
- Renault is a partner of the LH Forum for the fourth year in a row.
- The LH FORUM/Positive Economy Forum being held in Le Havre from September 16 to 19 brings together business leaders and heads of NGOs, social entrepreneurs, thinkers, artists and others with innovative, sustainability-focused ideas and projects for four days of talks, discussions and workshops.
At this edition of the Forum, more than 150 people from France and many other countries will present their innovative ideas and projects for constructing a positive world by the year 2030.
This year, a final report on the four days of talks, workshops, emulations and discussions will be prepared and given to the French president before he leaves for the United Nations and in anticipation of the COP 21, with the aim of making progress toward the positive economy through concrete proposals.
Owing to its initiatives, Renault has a central place in this year’s program:
Business and the Zero Carbon Challenge
Friday, September 18, 2015 | 9:30 to 11:30 am | Théâtre de l’Hotel de Ville
A low-carbon or zero-carbon economy now seems to have the main role in the fight against global warming. So how is an automobile manufacturer adapting its business model to address climate issues?
Claire Martin, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Renault Foundation, COP 21 Leader for the Renault-Nissan Alliance
Séverin Fischer, Head of Environment, BNP Paribas
Antoine Frérot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Veolia
Brice Lalonde, Special Advisor, UN Global Compact
Rajendra Shende, Chairman, TERRE Policy Centre, and Former Director, UNEP.
Shared Mobility: A Response to Global Warming and Inequality
Friday, September 18, 2015 | 3:00 to 5:00 pm | Le Volcan – the small meeting room
In France, over 8.7 million people encounter difficulties moving about each day. Unequal access to mobility can become a real obstacle to employment and social integration. How can social entrepreneurship programs focused on sustainable mobility and developed for the benefit of future generations provide lasting solutions for people in vulnerable situations? And how do these programs also provide a response to climate issues?
Leader: François Rouvier, Program Director, Renault Mobiliz
Cyril Estrade , Managing Director and Co-Founder, TOTEM Mobi
Bruno Flinois , President and Co-Founder, MOP Easy
Nicolas Hamel , Partnerships Director, ADIE
François Lett , Ethical and Responsible Management Director, ECOFI Investissements, Groupe Crédit Coopératif, Manager of the Renault Mobiliz Solidaire employee investment fund
Claire Martin , COO, Mobiliz Invest, Vice President CSR, Renault, and COP 21 Leader for the Renault-Nissan Alliance
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