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Wednesday, March 20 • 15:30 - 16:30
[Debate] Greener digital tech: everyone agrees, but whose responsible?

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Levers for action exist to make digital technologies less environmentally harmful. People are being asked to clean up their mailboxes, but what are the responsibilities of companies, for which digital has become for many a cornerstone of their strategy? And what role should public authorities play in accompanying these necessary changes? 

Speakers
avatar for Alice VIEILLEFOSSE

Alice VIEILLEFOSSE

Chief of Staff, Direction Générale de l’Énergie et du Climat
 Chief of Staff of the Director General of Energy and Climate, in charge of research and innovation for the energy transition.
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Françoise BERTHOUD

Research Engineer at CNRS, CNRS
Françoise Berthoud is a research engineer at the CNRS. She spent the past ten years co-constructing and managing the EcoInfo group. As an expert on the environmental impact of digital technology, she carries out numerous projects, provides training and holds conferences on the s... Read More →
avatar for Fabrice BONNIFET

Fabrice BONNIFET

Managing Director of Sustainable Development & QSE for Bouygues Group, President of the College of Sustainable Development Directors (C3D), Groupe Bouygues
Fabrice Bonnifet is Managing Director of Sustainable Development & QSE for the Bouygues Group, President of the College of Sustainable Development Directors (C3D), director of The Shift Project and co-founder of the platform entreprisecontributive.blog. 


Wednesday March 20, 2019 15:30 - 16:30
Salle Descamps

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