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Tuesday, September 6 • 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Zero Carbon Question | Urban challenges in China: how to build Chinese sustainable cities (SDG11)? - Question Zéro Carbone | Défis urbains en Chine : comment construire des villes chinoises durables (ODD11) ?

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Key issues - Enjeux :

- Pollution and growth in China: what actions to stop this linear relationship?
- Carbon offsetting: which innovations?
- How to better mobilize all stakeholders?

- Pollution et croissance en Chine : quelles actions pour arrêter cette relation linéaire ?
- Compensation carbone: quelles innovations ?
- Comment mobiliser davantage toutes les parties prenantes ?

Moderators - Modérateurs
avatar for Phoïba Monteiro

Phoïba Monteiro

Chargée de Mission - Project Manager, Favart
Phoïba integrated Favart in 2012. Embracing the new societal model, Favart, created in 2009, offers innovative solutions in Societal Governance, Sustainable Innovation Management and Impact Investment vehicles dedicated to societal challenges such as low-carbon economy, Energy insecurity and societal risks prevention. | Favart engineers new business model to scale social innovations by combining economical and philantropical logic in favor of... Read More →

Speakers - Intervenants
avatar for Nathalie Bastianelli

Nathalie Bastianelli

Fondatrice et Directrice Générale, We Belong Foundation
avatar for Luhui Yan

Luhui Yan

Founder and CEO, Carbonstop
Luhui, Founder and CEO of Carbonstop, graduated from Oxford University. Carbonstop (founded in 2011) is China's first carbon management software and consulting service provider, and it helped more than 500 organizations in carbon training, carbon management consulting, carbon management software and green meeting. Luhui is the expert reviewer of IPCC AR5, and technical expert of CDP.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Stand Convergences 28 Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris

Attendees (11)