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The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities: What Pedagogy for An Ecological Economics?

The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities was held on April 5th, 2022, from 9:00 – 16:00 local Paris time. Held by OMNES Education, this event was held on-site at Michel Campus, OMNES Education, Paris, and was opened by Mathias Emmerich, the President of OMNES Education, and José Milano, the Managing Director of OMNES Education. Using the theme of Pedagogy and Ecological Economics, this event also serves as a chance to introduce UI GreenMetric World University Rankings to French universities.  

Figure 1. Prof. Riri Fitri Sari presenting about UI GreenMetric at The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities

 

Figure 2. Junaidi, M.A presenting about UI GreenMetric World University Rankings Network at The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities

  The event consisted of two round tables of discussion. The first discussion brought up the theme “Which educational models should we apply in managing the ecological transition?”, which was an opportunity for gathering feedback from teachers and practitioners who have included the issues of ecological transformation in their teaching. The discussion focused on innovative institutes, chairs, and other partnership projects that have succeeded in combining multidisciplinary research, responsible practices, and specialized training. Led by journalist Thibault Lieurade, this round of discussion features participation from Ecological Accointing Chair by Alexandre Rambaud (AgroPariTech), Green Incubation by Gerald Cohen (University of Haute Alsace), Social Entrepreneurship by Bruno Humbert (La Ruche), Green Business Week by Serge Guérin (INSEEC Grande Ecole), EDUCating for Positive Management by Béatric Bellini (University of Nanterre) and Catherine Kuszla (OMNES Education), E-mobility Collaborative OnLine International Learning by Mary de Gendre (ESCE), and Eco-innovation Management by Isabelle Nicolaï (CentraleSupélec) and Julien Pilot (OMNES Education).  

Figure 3. Discussion session at The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities

The second discussion round brought up the theme “Why is training for the ecological transition important?”, which focused on Lifelong Learning with innovative training managers, executives, and company heads from different sectors of activity who have chosen training in ecological transition to support their professional transition project or to face the new challenges of their profession. Led by Professor Sylvie Faucheux, this round features participation of Fabrice Lipinski (Operations Manager of èhôtels-lyon group), Marie-Amélie Sagazan (Manager of SARL Agitaterre.ba), Florence Pontlevoy (Head of Department of Assiteaux), Aida Cisse (Data Center Project Manager), Martin O’Connor (Université Paris-Saclay), and Arnaud Berger (Mob-ion, Energiga and Essec). The 4th National Workshop on UI GreenMetric for French Universities was concluded at 15:45 local Paris time.