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 ?
General Motors, AIG, Arthur Andersen, Lehman Brothers, UBS ... these indestructible, unalterable and dominant giants have disappeared or are wobbling on their pedestals, which they forgot to make earthquake-proof. Behind the theory of the new economy, which from time to time takes on the appearance of a quest for the Holy Grail, the new era has already begun. In ... Continue reading Les chenilles deviennent bien des papillons
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
See on Scoop.it - Alain Renaudin 1 in 8 Deaths Globally Are Linked To Air Pollution A new report from the World Health Organization shows the air situation is far more dire than we anticipated. Alain Renaudin's insight: Atmospheric cancer is the disease of the century! You don't need to ... Continue reading Pollution de l’air, le cancer atmosphérique
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 ?
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 ?
Once again, the summer universities of the Europe Ecologie Les Verts party are opening against a backdrop of discord and internal debate. At a time when sustainable growth is more than ever necessary and sought after, has ecology chosen the right party? EELV, a party without a leader If of course there are still currents ... Continue reading EELV fait-il du bien à l’écologie ?
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
Although the government has promised to freeze petrol prices, it has little room for manoeuvre. But in the longer term, the strategic challenge is there. Hybridisation, electric, hydrogen, new materials... France has all the assets to invent the engines of tomorrow. When a litre of diesel at 1.45 euros ... Continue reading Bloquer le prix de l’essence est inutile et illusoire
16 August 2011:Oil has fallen to $86 per barrel. This is bad news from an ecological perspective but also from an economic one. Indeed, this will push us to consume more fuel, and give us less incentive to focus on its replacement. A change in taxation could ensure that prices are set high enough to keep the price of fuel down. Continue reading Le prix de l’essence ne doit pas baisser (edito août 2011)
The negotiations between the Socialist Party and EELV on nuclear energy are annoying. When you have convictions, you don't negotiate them, you defend them, you argue, you build your own electoral base, you don't stand on the sidelines. There are little things like that which happen under our noses and which do not move anyone. ... Continue reading Eva Joly est-elle vraiment candidate ?
How has ecology been "mis-sold" to the French for a long time... After being invited to the 2007 presidential elections (Nicolas Hulot charter), ecology was the big loser in the 2012 presidential elections and the big absentee in 2017. But above all, for the time being, at the beginning of this century, ecology has been poorly positioned and therefore poorly explained and therefore poorly sold. The ... Continue reading Pourquoi l’environnement a été mal vendu