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But the circular economy is not just about waste. The transition also involves sobriety (fight against food waste, rehabilitation of buildings ...), the substitution of finite resources by renewables and the avoidance of waste (lengthening the period of use, repair, reuse ...).
How to mobilize citizens, transform habits and uses? How, in terms of urban planning, change practices, move from destruction to deconstruction, promote the reuse of materials?
These questions will be at the heart of the debates organized by "Le Monde Cities" on Wednesday, November 27, from 8:30 to 10:30, at the greenhouse of the Jardin des Plantes, Place des Jardin des Plantes, Orleans (Loiret).
The circular economy, an effective tool to fight against global warming?
- Corinne Lepage , Lawyer, Former Minister of the Environment
Feedback - How to mobilize citizens, transform habits and uses?
- Recycled waste supermarket, by Eric Buffo , Development Director of the Mixed Intermunicipal Syndicate for the collection and recycling of Libournais (Smicval)
- The virtual garage sale between neighbors, by Hélène Peroceschi , project manager Waste reduction in Orléans metropolis
- Incentive pricing in waste collection, by Marie-Laure Journet Bisiaux , waste management director for Greater Besançon
Round table - When the building goes, everything is fine! For a sustainable and resilient urbanism
- Julien Chopin , architect of the agency Encore heureux
- Stéphanie Anton , Deputy Mayor of Orléans and President of Orléans Métropole, in charge of sustainable development
- Thierry Laquitaine , president of Circolab, a network of building professionals involved in the circular economy
Grand Witness - What if the solution was to produce less waste?
- Bénédicte Moret , mother of the Zero Waste family
- Charles Fournier , vice-president of the Center-Val de Loire region, delegate for the ecological transition
- Ludovic Provost , regional delegate of La Poste Group in Center-Val de Loire
Online registration (free), subject to availability
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This conference is conceived and organized by Le Monde with the support of La Poste