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Tuesday, September 6 • 11:45am - 12:15pm
Zero Carbon Question | Deep in Ecuador's Amazon rainforest: lessons learnt on how to build resilient territories (SDG15) - Question Zéro Carbone | Retour d'expérience au cœur de la forêt équatorienne : comment construire des territoires résilients (ODD15)

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Key issues - Enjeux :

- Amazon forest: what stakes and what solutions to preserve it?
- Conservation of territories versus economic growth: how does the Sarayaku indigenous people of Ecuador address the challenge?
- Partnerships in creating resilient territories: what impact?

- Forêt amazonienne : quels enjeux et quelles solutions pour la préserver ?
- Conservation des territoires versus croissance économique : comment le peuple autochtone de Sarayaku en Equateur relève le défi ?
- Les partenariats dans la création de territoires résilients : quel impact ?

Moderators - Modérateurs
avatar for Nicolas Métro

Nicolas Métro

Founder - Fondateur, Kinome
Nicolas Métro is the founder of Kinomé. His vision: end of deforestation by turning trees into a practical human development solution for all. Since 2005, over 4 million trees have been planted impacting 400 000 people through -consulting, -project management -applied research -environmental... Read More →

Speakers - Intervenants
avatar for Corinne Arnould

Corinne Arnould

Présidente Fondatrice, Paroles de Nature
avatar for Gérald Maradan

Gérald Maradan

Chief Executive Officer - Directeur général, EcoAct
A graduate of HEC Business School with a Master of Business Administration, Gerald also holds an Engineer degree from Grenoble INP (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble) and a Research Master’s degree in Physics from Toulouse INP. He had been working in the industry for over... Read More →

Tuesday September 6, 2016 11:45am - 12:15pm CEST
Stand Convergences 28 Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris