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  • Céline Colucci Déléguée Générale, Les Interconnectés  …
  • Hoi Seung Lee Directeur de la Division Innovation Sociale, Métropole de Séoul  …
  • Jean-Louis Missika Adjoint à la Maire de Paris en charge de l’urbanisme, Mairie de Paris   …
  • Laurence Monnoyer-Smith Commissaire Générale au Développement Durable, CGDD  …
  • Mathieu Orphelin Directeur économie circulaire et déchets, ADEME  …
  • Damien Demailly Damien Demailly est diplômé de l’École Polytechnique et docteur en économie. Après une thèse sur l’impact des politiques climatiques  …
  • Laura Brimont Laura Brimont a rejoint l'Iddri en mai 2015 en tant que chercheure au sein du programme Nouvelle Prospérité  …
  • Mathieu Saujot Mathieu Saujot est coordinateur de l’initiative Transition numérique et écologique. Ingénieur et docteur en économie  …
  • Tatiana de Feraudy Tatiana de Feraudy a rejoint l'Iddri en décembre 2015 pour travailler sur le rôle du numérique dans la participation citoyenne  …

Conference "Sustainable Development 2.0 - Can digital technologies fuel the ecological transition?"

23rd of June 2016, Paris

9:15 am - 5:15 pm // Sciences Po – Amphithéâtre Caquot

 

A digital revolution is transforming our societies and economies. The recent success of initiatives such as Blablacar, Leboncoin, or FixMyStreet highlights one of the major promises of this revolution: to empower citizens and consumers, transforming our consumption patterns, the way we travel, fund economic activity and participate in public and civic life.

Is this the beginning of sustainable development 2.0? What opportunities does this shift create for sustainable development? There are many risks, including increased consumption of resources and energy linked to the deployment of digital technologies. But there are also many opportunities, as these technologies transform our practices and could drive social transformation in a direction yet to be determined.

In this context, what role can public authorities play? Could good policy bring digital innovation and sustainable development together? How are “pioneer” regions using digital technologies to reinvent their public service missions? Which partnerships link local and national governments to digital innovators?

 Download the agenda for the conference [1,5 Mo]

Researchers and experts on digital innovation and sustainable development, policy makers, innovators and private sector representatives will come together to provide an answer to these questions, drawing on lessons learned in the areas of the circular economy, mobility and governance. These issues have been addressed through three IDDRI research projects, developed in partnership with several actors. The results of these projects will be released at the conference :

 

IDDRI also partners with the Transitionsnetwork, initiated by FING to support the convergence between the digital and ecological transitions.

The discussions will be held in French and English without any interpretation.