A speech by Andreas Rüdinger, during this round table organised during the National Forum of the Social and Solidarity Economy. Andreas Rüdinger's contribution focuses more specifically on the interest and potential of citizens' projects for energy transition.
Organisers: National Council of the Regional Chambers of Social and Solidarity Economy (CNCRESS), Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region, Communauté d'agglomération du niortais
- Andreas Rüdinger, Associate Researcher, Iddri
- Emery Jacquillat, CEO of Camif
- Mathilde Plaineau, Enercoop Aquitaine
- Jean-Charles Caudron, ADEME
- Muriel Lapalu, facilitator
Presentation of the round table: At the heart of the Paris Agreement and the fight against global warming, the ecological transition represents an opportunity for growth and job creation. How do the actors of the social and solidarity economy tackle the problems linked to ecological transition in order to try to provide more innovative and social solutions?