In partnership with ADEME Pays de Loire and the College of Societal Transitions of the Ecole des Mines de Nantes , Télénantes has produced a series entitled OTHER. The purpose of this series is to share transition initiatives that are accessible to everyone, whether at home or at work. Twice a month, the magazine, presented by Ronan Lanon, shares responsible and sustainable initiatives that are locally driven and easy to replicate. Consumption, energy, food, travel... it is possible to invent new models...
Number 0: Presentation of the program
Number one: Food otherwise
Number two: Re-use, the solution against waste!
Number three: Renewable energy production, the citizen's option
Number four: Composting for all
Number five: How to change the place of the car?
Number six: For the holidays, why don't we consume something else?
Number seven: Save energy, how about we start with heating?
Towards a societal transition?
The current crises - global warming, economic and financial upheavals, scarcity of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, crisis of confidence...- are revealing a development model that is running out of steam.
Why and how to act and react now? What are the new emerging models? What place for common goods? In what way is the regional territory the privileged breeding ground for the transitions to be undertaken? What articulations between the public, private and associative spheres and other citizens in order to co-construct a good living together? In what way is a shared vision, open governance and individual and collective commitment the basis for the creation of trust, the fuel for action?
Faced with this complexity, the Collège des transitions sociétales invites you to explore together a desirable and possible future, to better engage at the level of your organization, of our territory.
The College of Societal Transitions is organised by the Ecole des Mines de Nantes and the CNAM Pays de la Loire, in partnership with the FAIR, PEKEA and TASK networks. The College is supported by the CESER of Pays de la Loire and is part of the national network of Colleges of Advanced Studies in Sustainable Development.
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Three key words: gain height, unlock the imagination, get involved and engage!
The Collège des Transitions sociales is takes place over 12 days including 1 closing event
- from November 2014 to June 2015
- 2 days in a row in different places in the Pays de la Loire region and (very) friendly evenings
- a collective project that takes shape throughout the training, with a closing event
- 90 hours of training and deformation, a (good) dozen hours on the collective project
- a weekend on an island in transition
- 5,950 (not subject to VAT), eligible for continuing education: lunches, dinners, accommodation and documentation are included. Travel and weekends are not included. Registration cannot be prevented for financial reasons alone, contact us .
- responsible organizational practices (governance, food, travel, etc.)
About twenty auditors of the College will be in professional responsibility with diverse backgrounds, coming from public and private companies, local authorities, the State, trade unions, associations, NGOs....
Evening, January 21, 22 & 23, 2015:
Economics Lecture: A History of Beliefs, Progress and Growth? in Redon (Mutuelle des Pays de Vilaine)
18 evening, March 19 & 20, 2015:
Change your vision, your outlook and your indicators? at theRocaminori Hotel (near Saumur)
28 & 29 May 2015 (+ weekend) :
What are the multi-stakeholder approaches for a territory such as Ile d'Yeu? on Yeu Island
4 June 2015 :
Closing event à Area 38 (Nantes)
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