Intervention and moderation of a round table on October 20, 2015 during the World Forum Lille, on the theme "What if we built inspired by nature?" The construction sector is undergoing a spectacular transformation, particularly for ecological reasons (energy, circular economy). Other professions, also undergoing change, have called upon the ... Continue reading Et si on construisait en s’inspirant de la nature ?
Biomimicry consists of doing research in a different way, taking inspiration from the living world to take advantage of solutions and inventions produced by nature. A fast-growing discipline with great potential, it is at the heart of innovation strategies of companies in many different sectors. Here are the main elements that explain the growth of this field. Continue reading Pourquoi le Biomimétisme accélère-t-il ?
What if the system encouraged always hiring more rather than always taxing more? (updated on 1 April 2013). It is companies that hire (especially small and young ones, see OECD report), create wealth and permanent employment, what a scoop! So, rather than desperately helping ... Continue reading Plus j’embauche, plus je gagne à embaucher: création du SNCE, le Solde Net Créations d’Emplois
The WHO (World Health Organisation) published a report on Tuesday 28 April on the human and financial costs of air pollution. This estimate, which concerns 53 countries in Europe and Asia, mentions 600,000 induced illnesses and premature deaths, and evaluates the cost at more than 1,000 ... Continue reading Le coût astronomique de la pollution de l’air révélé par l’OMS
Faced with the levels of public debt reached, growth must necessarily be combined with budgetary rigour, let's stop opposing what can and must be virtuous. It is not the "efforts" of the French that must be bent to reforms or austerity, it is the reforms and austerity that must be put at the service of ... Continue reading L’Etat ne peut plus promouvoir la croissance sans réduire la sienne
The long crisis we are experiencing marks a change of era and an opportunity to reinvent new models. This is definitely an exceptional time. It is a time of revelation of an obligatory transition, constantly postponed, psychologically denied so much, of course, that the aftermath remains uncertain, because the aftermath is simply to be invented. As always, we would like the world to change... to... Continue reading Si vous voulez de la croissance, créez-la !
We are proud, but lack the pride of belonging, to carry a tricolour banner as loudly as others carry a starred banner. We often proudly claim France's superiority in many areas, to the point of sometimes appearing to give lessons, and at the same time we regularly sink into self-criticism and self-flagellation, which ... Continue reading Pour un Made « by » France plus grand que le Made « in » France
See on Scoop.it - Alain Renaudin Innovating to rethink our changing world, showing resilience to reinvent ourselves: The challenge is launched, the desire is there, the crowds are gathering ... yes, but how do we do it? What if the solutions for the Future were already here, all around us, in the living? Continue reading Biomimétisme: et si nous demandions à la Nature ?
> France > http://youtu.be/FsYOvWy_1dA NewCorp Conseil 2013 - Alain Renaudin (... with Olivier Cimelière - HEURISTIK Communications - for the final touch :-) _____ Instead of made in France, I would prefer made BY France At a time of great economic anxiety, the temptation to fall back on protectionism is great. So the globalisation responsible for relocations would find its ... Continue reading > France >
See on Scoop.it - Alain Renaudin What if the collaborative economy wasn't actually inspired by Nature? This is the opinion of Gaëtan Dartevelle, co-founder of Biomimicry Europa and director of Greenloop. - OuiShare Alain Renaudin's insight: Since man has been man, growth, expansion, conquest, has been at the expense of the other, physically. The ... Continue reading Biomimétisme: la vraie nature de l’économie collaborative ?
I am honored to be published by Yale University as part of its Yale Center for the Study of Globalization PARIS: At a time of great economic anxiety, the temptation to raise protectionist barriers is great, as is the desire to blame globalization for all the ills. One is tempted ... Continue reading My country as a label
Foxconn, a Chinese company in the heart of Europe To get closer to its European customers, the famous Taiwanese subcontractor for Apple and other manufacturers has set up in the Czech Republic. In Pardubice, Bulgarian, Romanian, Vietnamese and Mongolian workers are working on the assembly line. In Kutna Hora, a new factory is the group's showcase. http://www.lesechos.fr/entreprises-secteurs/tech-medias/actu/0202537806552-foxconn-un-chinois-au-coeur-de-l-europe-536212.php Read also: When ... Continue reading Usines du moyen âge pour high tech d’aujourd’hui
It is good that others are investing in France, but it is even better that France is investing. Although the prevailing protectionism and state interventionism may upset the attractiveness of the French territory, the fact remains that France remains a land of foreign investment, even if the trend is not positive, and could even deteriorate when the ... Continue reading Investir en France
At a time when we are reaching peaks in electricity consumption and the recent report by the Court of Auditors revises the cost of the thermonuclear park, the energy question is a social, environmental and industrial issue. These days, we are reaching record levels of electricity consumption, around 97,000 megawatts, which places Brittany in a position of great importance. Continue reading Consommer moins d’énergie pour relancer la croissance
On Friday 5 October, thousands of workers went on strike in a factory of the Taiwanese group Foxconn in China, which manufactures components for the Apple iPhone 5. This is not necessarily bad news, neither for the Chinese worker, nor for us in France... What is happening at Foxconn is not a phenomenon... Continue reading Quand l’usine du monde se rebiffe …
The crisis we are going through could, paradoxically, be an opportunity to restore the image of companies, and to re-demonstrate the indispensable role they play, from SMEs to CAC 40 companies. A period of transition is always uncomfortable, we know where we have come from without knowing very well where we are going, what we are losing without knowing what we are gaining. Continue reading Les entreprises sont aussi une arme de sortie de crise