[Round table] Challenges and levers for transforming the industrial sector as part of the ecological transition

Ecological transition Research Science and society On-site
21 March

ISIGE alumni and MEDD invite you to a round table discussion on Thursday March 21, starting at 6:30 pm, at Mines Paris – PSL.


Join us for a round table discussion on the challenges and levers for transforming the industrial sector as part of the ecological transition – organized by the ISIGE alumni office and the Mines Environnement et Développement Durable (MEDD) club.

The debate will be moderated by

  • Yannick Servant, co-founder of the Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat (CEC)
    As co-founder of the CEC, Yannick Servant will talk about the steps taken by members of the convention to decarbonize their businesses, and even to make a more ambitious shift towards a regenerative business model, the contours of which have yet to be defined. He will also share the role that CEC aims to play as a catalyst for these transformations in various sectors of the economy.


  • David Schwarz, Managing Director of Via ID (Mobivia Group) and participant in the “Monde Financier” sectoral CEC, will share his experience of the difficulties of such transformation processes, the levers that can be mobilized to overcome them, and the role that a collective approach such as the CEC has played in this process.


  • Guillaume Kerlero de Rosbo, Director of Ecological Transition at the Institut Rousseau and who directed the Institute’s “Road To Net Zero” report, will share his conclusions on the investments needed on a European scale to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, and the priority sectors.


  • Aurélie Brunstein, Industry Manager, Climate Action Network.

The round table will be followed by a cocktail reception.
The event is free of charge, but registration is required.


Registration required


Pratical information:

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024
Time: 6.30 p.m.
Location: Auditorium L108A, Mines School, 60 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 75006 Paris