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The 4th edition of the Transition Forum is coming to the Palais de la Méditerranée in Nice and is dedicated to fostering cooperative efforts between decision makers and civil society to create eco-friendly solutions for tomorrow.
The Transition Forum will take place on 30th September and 1st October, welcoming innovators, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers and decision makers to meet with members from the business world who are looking to make the transition to more ecological ways of working – from high government officials such as France’s Minister of Economy, Finance and Recovery Bruno Le Maire and Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi, to business leaders like KLM Managing Director Anne Rigail and Deputy Governor of the Banque of France Sylvie Goulard, to members from the scientific and research world including Hervé Le Treut, Climatologist and Research Director at CNRS.
Launched in 2018 by Aqua Asset Management, the Transition Forum is “an exclusive annual gathering of global influencers and change makers in business, government and civil society, investors, startups, top researchers, and scientists who share our vision for a clean and sustainable future.”
This year’s edition, themed Time to Cooperate, is dedicated to the development of new co-operations to accelerate the ecological transition and to enable an effective implementation of the Green Deal.
The event focuses on four topics: mobility, food, housing, and production and consumption.
The mobility part will consider energy and transport alternatives, food takes a look at sustainable farming and reducing natural resource depletion, housing will address the problem of keeping up with infrastructure and basic social needs of an ever-growing world population, and production and consumption is looking at ways to modify the way we produce and consume goods and resources.
“Public-private collaboration is essential to build new economic models compatible with the ecological transition, to support the development of territories and solutions for the protection of the environment,” say the organisers of the event.
Monaco Life is proud to be a media sponsor of the event.
To register, click here: https://transitionforum-2021.vimeet.events/fr/question/209
For more information on the Transition Forum, click here: https://nice.transition-forum.org/
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