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Ecological Transition Mornings: "How to quantify the environmental cost of research", a conference with Antoine Hardy

See you on 10 January 2023 for a new edition of the Ecological Transition Mornings, with Antoine Hardy, PhD student in political science at the Centre Emile-Durkheim.

On January 10, 2023 from 10:15 To 12:15

Matinales de la transition écologique
Matinales de la transition écologique
Antoine Hardy is a PhD student in political science at the Centre Emile-Durkheim in Bordeaux. His thesis focuses on the conditions of scientific work in the context of climate change. He is looking specifically at the Labos 1point5 initiative, a group of research staff mobilised since 2019, and the tool they have developed to estimate the carbon footprint of public research laboratories in France.

He will give a talk on the theme: "How to quantify the environmental cost of research"

The conference will take place at Centrale Nantes, in Lecture Theatre A, from 10.15 am to 12.15 pm on Tuesday 10 January.

Register here to attend

What are the Ecological Transition Mornings?

Every year, a group of students following the Engineering for Ecological Transition professional option organises conferences on ecological issues. It is an opportunity to learn a little more and to debate with the key players in ecological transition.

Upcoming conferences

  • Tuesday 17 January 2023: Sylvain Breuzard - Perma-Entreprise: A viable model for a livable future, inspired by permaculture
  • Tuesday 7 February 2023: Anaïs Voy-Gillis - "Reindustrialisation: taking back one's autonomy?
  • Tuesday 7 March 2023: Sandrine Rousseau, Sandrine Roudaut and Adélaïde Bon - "Beyond the human"
  • Tuesday 21 March 2023: Roland Jourdain, as part of the Low-tech Forum

Replay of past conferences

Meanwhile, you can watch replays of previous editions on the school's Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/Youtube-Les-Matinales-de-la-transition

Published on December 13, 2022 Updated on January 6, 2023