© Réseau Canopé
18 Nov 2015
9am - 5pm
Atelier Canopé de Meurthe-et-Moselle
99 rue de Metz
Nancy, Lorraine, 54000
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An exceptionnal one-day event to better understand the stakes of climate change: Young people's COP21, a lecture by Valérie Masson-Delmotte, a forum with the stakeholders of sustainable development education, ceremony of awarding the E3D label to local schools.
On the occasion of COP21, the Ministry of Education takes action in Lorraine, with 4 highlights offered throughout the day for students, teachers and stakeholders in Education for Sustainable Development:
From 9 to 12 am: COP 21 young people of Lorraine
This meeting is intended to invite 196 pupils and students to discuss, negotiate and then vote the subjects of a message that could be sent to the Heads of State participating in the actual COP 21. This citizen-centered collective debate will take place in the presence of Pierre Manenti, research director of CliMates (organizer of the COY 11 Youth Climate Conference).
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m: forum of stakeholders of Education for Sustainable Development. This forum brings together over 20 territorial actors of sustainable development: State services, local authorities, organizations, public institutions, research centers and economic actors.
From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m: a lecture by Valérie Masson-Delmotte, paleoclimatologist, co-president of one of the three IPCC Working Groups. This lecture is intended for a wide audience wanting to better understand the mechanisms of climate change and collect scientific data for understanding the real issues of the Paris Climate Conference in 2015.
From 4 p.m.to 5 p.m: ceremony of awarding the E3D label to local schools by Gilles Pécout, Recteur de l'académie de Nancy-Metz, Chancelier des Universités de Lorraine (Chief education officer)