[Forum] TTI.5: African perspectives on climate change

Ecological transition International Science and society On-site
29 May

The Transition Institute 1.5 will organize the second edition of its annual major forum on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, at the Mines Paris – PSL. This Forum TTI.5 2024 will focus on African perspectives on climate change.


Climate change is a reality that affects the entire planet. However, it is crucial to understand that it brings about specific consequences for the African continent. It is with this in mind that The Transition Institute 1.5 is pleased to organize this conference day.

The Forum TTI.5 2024 aims to bring together experts, researchers, activists, and opinion leaders from various regions of Africa to share their knowledge, experiences, and perspectives on the climate challenges facing the continent. The institute believes in the necessity of highlighting African voices in the global dialogue on climate change.

Our speakers will also share their research and innovative initiatives aimed at mitigating the effects of climate change and building a more sustainable future for Africa.

The full program will be announced on this page at a later date.


The speakers:


  • Aïda DIONGUE-NIANG | Vice-presidente of the IPCC, meteorologist





  • Hamado SAWADOGO | Agronomist Researcher at the INERA and the CNRST, Burkina Faso


  • Rabah SELLAMI | Director of Hydrogen and Alternative Energies at CEREFE, Algeria



Registration required




Pratical information:

Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Time: 8.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Location: Raymond Poincaré Auditorium, Mines Paris – PSL, 60 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 75006 Paris