1. Start a conversation within your company/organisation
2. Organise information sessions
Workshops allow participants to learn about issues linked to the environment and the climate by engaging in a collective, practical and educational activity.
The Climate Fresk is a creative, educational workshop in which the participants are given cards to represent the different elements of climate change and must then work together to identify causal links by positioning and connecting their cards. You can hold a Climate Fresk workshop in your company and then train employees to become facilitators.
Do you work with digital technology? Does all or part of your activity happen online? Discover the Digital Collage, a fun, collaborative 3-hour workshop with a similar approach to that of the Climate Fresk. The workshop’s goal is to raise awareness and train participants to recognise the environmental issues present in the field of technology.
CliMates is an international laboratory of ideas and action that brings together students and young professionals around climate issues.
Bringing specialists into your company to give a talk allows your colleagues to learn about climate change and to spark discussions around the topic.
The Shift Project is a think tank that promotes a zero-carbon economic model. Recognised as a public interest organisation, The Shift Project is guided by rigorous scientific principles and aims to enlighten and influence the energy transition debate in France and Europe.
The Foundation offers a range of conferences on the central tenets of sustainable development for companies and institutions.
The POLLUTEC trade fair is an internationally recognised event and a platform for environmental solutions for industries, cities and territories.