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ECE Paris attended the COP 21

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Our Engineering school had the opportunity to attend the Cop 21, last December 2nd and 3rd, at the 2015 Climate Change Conference which took place in Paris with a Campus France booth. The Heads of the Departments, professors, students and young entrepreneurs (ECE alumni -Vincent SCIANDRA, Director of METRON; Vianney RASKIN, Director General of Green Alternative) all participated in this exceptional event.

 

These 3 days were the occasion to network with professionals and decision makers of the energy and environment sector (NGO’s, representatives of the Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy) which should produce new partnerships for ECE Paris (Partnership projects, internship offers, interventions and conferences for students).

 

For Dr Philippe Haïk, the Head of the New Energy & Environment Dpt., he would not have chosen to be any other place. “Being present at such an event is essential because it registers in our consciousness the societal obligation to face the challenges imposed by global warming. The mobilization of all of those involved (citizens, companies and industries, governments) show the awareness of society in regards to the environmental situation.”

 

The presence of our students at the COP 21 was a way for them to measure the importance of the challenge which is ours but also theirs as future engineers. We are training engineers who are engaged, responsible and are in solidarity, and who are also aware of the challenges in which the planet is facing. They can also effectively contribute to the establishment of the desired energy transition and accompany the induced transformations led by the digital revolution.

 

« To achieve this change, important efforts must be made by all: it is our way of living, producing and consuming which we must question» concludes Dr Philippe Haïk.