France: Organizations Nominated To Support The 2020 Campaign

As part of Climate Scorecard Report #17 we asked our Country Managers to provide a list of organizations in their countries that might help support our 2020 Campaign. Over the next several months we hope to explore whether the organizations listed below, and others, are interested in supporting the Campaign and implementing the recommendations provided by our Country Managers in Report #16.

Makesense.org 

Makesense.org are the catalyst for all players in society to create positive impact. Thousands of citizens and social entrepreneurs are engaged across the world to build local solutions for the most pressing issues of our times. Collaboration with governments, local authorities and companies has built an international community with strong local implications in cities like Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid. This allowed Make Sense to scale up the best solutions to have a true and significative positive impact. 

Contact: Maud Ridoux maud@makesense.org 

Comité 21 

Comité français pour le développement durable (comite21.org):  French sustainable development commission. 

Contact: comite21@comite21.org 

ClimateIncome.org 

ClimateIncome.org is a collective of NGOs supporting the European Climate Initiative to create a Climate Income in the European Union. 

Contact: Stephan Savarese, StephanS@SavingOurPlanet.net

 

Recherche: Energy & Environment. 

The construction and urban development sectors are at the heart of energy and environmental challenges: energy efficiency, development and integration of renewable energy, renovation, urban development, building stock management, energy networks, and new building construction components and systems are just some of the issues to be addressed. The CSTB is guiding various stakeholders in the construction and urban development sectors throughout the entire innovation cycle by systematically combining experimental methods, metrology, and simulation at various scales. 

Contact: Sophie MOREAU, directrice déléguée Recherche partenariale, sophie.moreau@cstb.fr

LSCE / IPCC : Contact: Valérie Masson-Delmotte

https://recherche.cstb.fr/en/

EdEn: EdEn – Equilibre des Energies 

Created in 2011 as a non-profit organisation with its headquarters based in Paris, EdEn (Equilibre des Energies) is a transversal platform gathering stakeholders from the energy, construction, and mobility sectors with one common goal: to make a better energy society in a decarbonized world. We are committed to making Europe a world leader in clean energies. 

Contact: Gilles ROGERS, General Manager  gilles.rogers@equilibredesenergies.org 

https://www.equilibredesenergies.org/

Construction21 

Construction21 is a social platform dedicated to all professionals active in the building and city sectors who are interested in sustainability. Construction21 organizes the Green Solutions Awards, which promote sustainable buildings, districts, and infrastructures to contribute to the fight against climate change. 

Contact: Véronique PAPPE, Director Construction21 International, veronique.pappe@construction21.fr 

https://www.construction21.org/

ADEME 

ADEME is the French Environment & Energy Management Agency, Climate change – ecological, energy transition. ADEME is active in the implementation of public policy in the areas of the environment, energy, and sustainable development. ADEME provides expertise and advisory services to businesses, local authorities, communities, government bodies, and the public at large to enable them to establish and consolidate their environmental action. As part of this work the agency helps finance projects from research to implementation in its areas of action. 

Contact: Arnaud Leroy, president, arnaud.leroy@ademe.fr 

https://www.ademe.fr/en

CESE: Conseil Economique, Social et Environnemental

The Economic, Social and Environmental Council (ESEC) is a constitutional consultative assembly. It represents key economic, social and environmental fields, promoting cooperation between different socio-professional interest groups and ensuring they are part of the process of shaping and reviewing public policy. 

Contact: contact@lecese.fr 

lecese.fr

OPECST

OPECST, which was set up by Act n° 83-609 of July 8, 1983 following a unanimous vote of Parliament, aims, within the terms of the act, “to inform Parliament of scientific and technological options in order, specifically, to make its decisions clear.” Regarding this, OPECST “collects information, launches study programs and carries out assessments.” 

Contact: M. Gérard Longuet, president, contact@gerard-longuet.fr  M. Cedric Villani, 1st VP, cedric.villani@assemblee-nationale.fr 

http://www.senat.fr/opecst/index.html

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