Ateliers-de-la-Terre, The Global Conference – JUNE 4.5.6



The Earth Workshops – The Global Conference Presentation


The Global Conference – International Forum for Sustainable Development is an international conference which meets annually makers committed to sustainable development.


The Global Conference brings together each year for three days nearly 900 players from more than 65 countries involved in the change to a sustainable society.

Business leaders, government officials, NGOs, governments, intellectuals, researchers, experts, artists, religious, journalists and leaders of civil society come together to brainstorm solutions to build a development model more responsible and respectful rights and the environment.

In a friendly and unique atmosphere, “Planetworkers” gather every year to exchange and share their best practices to provide innovative initiatives and participate in change and transformation of our societies.

Cher (e) Planetworker,

logo commission europeenne (Blanc)The next Global Conference will be held at UNESCO on June 5 and 3.4 . It brings together nearly 4,000 participants around the main theme “Achieving the Transition“.

The forum, which is under the patronage of François Hollande and the Presidency of the Republic and the European Union will gather many Originators:

– A large number of elected officials, through our partnership with the AMF (Association of Mayors of France) and EcoMaires, as well as representatives of the Territories will be present and will speak on the strategic role of public procurement in this transition.

– more than 200 industry groups will be present with our business partners (Atos, Bolloré Group, GDF Suez, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Danone, SNCF, Orange, HSBC, ADEME, Clarins, La Poste, Kurt Salmon, SUEZ ENVIRONMENT, CLAI, Paper Culture, ESA , Rexel, PAI Partners, ToutBio, WEAVE )

Ateliers-de-la-Terre-suivez-les-debats-en-direct_page-quarterGlobal Conference, welcoming representatives from more than 80 countries including twenty official delegations, also acts as an international showcase French expertise in the areas of the green economy.

The mastery of demand at the heart of the energy transition , innovative models for financing the transition, respond to rising health concerns , social entrepreneurship and solidarity (ESS) as a lever for the transition, the demographic transition as a prerequisite Transition in Africa, the new agricultural social contract , the social networks as actors of the transition or the role of territories in this transition and finally the dynamics of cooperation to ensure ” water security “are all topics for which Proposals will be made ​​at the Global Conference.

Three working committees will report their findings also:

1 – The mastery of energy networks as a priority structure of the city of tomorrow: the case of the Grand Paris
2 – How to achieve shared and effective solutions for waste management ?
3 – How to make agroecology an attractive model for farmers?

Also, we invite you to read the program of this conference and inform you that you have access to an online directory where you can target your appointment after confirming your registration and directory profile. This will allow you to have access to details of the participants and build your leads.

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Opening Plenary: The transition is engaged? The transition to a greener development model of man and the environment is activated in many ways. Sustainable development is placed on the international political agenda since the first Earth Summit in Rio in 1992. The corporations have taken the concept and begin to develop political responsibility. Dialogue with the parties involved, is essential for public and private operators. Many examples of technological and social innovations also show how the transition is now underway. However, the multilateral negotiations is struggling and the economic crisis slows business in their ability to adapt and evolve. The implementation of sustainable development is not yet a reality. The urgency of the response to the current challenges do not allow policy makers to take a step back to reflect long-term changes in society. Despite a clear common interest, collective action difficult to organize. Leadership problem, discrepancy of interest and / or difficulties in the spatial and temporal organization of change? Should we continue on the same path, or a new dynamic?

Session 2: ? Regional areas as a new lever of multilateralism The emergence of regional areas (EU, NAFTA, ASEAN, MERCOSUR …) leads to articulate three levels of regulation: regulation at the global level, developed by the United Nations; regulations regional and national. These three levels correspond to different forms of multilateralism: a global multilateralism and regional multilateralism. But faced with difficulties, the implementation of sustainable development it must not pass through a greater integration of regional areas in the global multilateralism? An organized around regional entities acting negotiations multilateral system would not it be more effective? Plenary 3: What adaptations of educational models and research to support the transition? education and research are key vectors of the transition to a more sustainable development model. But current models must evolve to allow general awareness of the challenges of the twenty-first century and thus promote a profound transformation of our societies. However, there can be no one model of education and research that is applicable in all countries. It seems necessary to adapt education to different audiences (children, citizens) and research policies, but also to different geographical areas, the extent of inequalities persist across regions of the world, the both access but also the quality of education. The content of the programs and policies must also evolve to facilitate the awareness of the issues and the management of change, but also to promote a change in behavior. How can we develop new educational models and research more responsive and able to support the transition?

Closing Plenary: ? What are the conditions for a successful transition Successful transition requires profound changes in our lifestyles and behaviors, but also significant changes in our organizations. It also requires many innovations and a set of reforms, which must be designed in a coordinated and articulated. What are the conditions for success?

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