Radio shows on sustainable mobility during COP21


On the occasion of the big Climate Conference in Paris, called COP21, held from 30 November to 12 December 2015, RCF and the Michelin Corporate Foundation wished to participate in the general reflection on sustainable mobility. Three radio programmes were conducted in the form of “round tables”, two of which prior to the COP21 meetings and one following the agreement. They respectively covered the following issues:


  • Faced with the challenges of the future, how can we imagine the ideal city?
  • Sustainable mobility: what means should be provided?
  • Finance, solidarity, climate: what does the agreement focus on?


These three round tables were an opportunity to discuss ways to implement sustainable mobility respectful of man and the world, and particularly future-oriented. Many experts spoke on this subject: Patrick Oliva, Director of Outlook and Sustainable Development of the Michelin group; Brice Lalonde, former French Minister of the Environment and UN special advisor on sustainable development, a pioneer of ecology in politics; Marc-Antoine Jamet, Mayor of Val-de-Reuil (Eure), General Secretary of LVMH; Claire Martin, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Managing Director of the Renault Foundation; Catherine Destivelle, mountaineer, and many more people…


These three programs were an opportunity for RCF listeners to better understand the key issues of the COP21

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