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Program – Magog
Program – Magog

2022 Programming

Foire ÉCOSPHÈRE de Magog

Thanks to our conference presenter RECYC-QUEBE

The Quebec Society for Recycling and Recovery; the reference for all matters related to the responsible management of residual materials in Quebec. Its mission: “To lead Quebec to reduce, reuse, recycle and recover residual materials in a perspective of circular economy and fight against climate change.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

Main stage

10:30 am: Flowering Lawns with "Mères au front" (in French only)

“Mères au front” is a group of women (and their allies) who want to take concrete action for the future of us all. For my part, at a time when we are worried about our bees, we need to change our “perfect lawns” into blooming lawns!

Edith Smeesters, Mères au front

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Edith Smeesters is a biologist by profession and has worked, among other things, against the use of pesticides for aesthetic purposes and for waste reduction. She is the author of 4 books on ecological horticulture.

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11:30 am: Espace Saint-Luc: the fresh green space in the heart of Magog (in French only)

Espace Saint-Luc is a cool island that will be developed to replace a heat island near downtown Magog. Designed for and in collaboration with citizens to fight and adapt to climate change. A project that brings together a dozen partners and with scientific and social components.

Janie Lezoma and Jean-Nicolas Côté, City of Magog

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Janie Lezoma, Environmental Consultant, City of Magog

Janie Lezoma works for the City of Magog as an environmental consultant and is responsible for projects related to climate change adaptation and GHG emission mitigation. She also participates in the management of files and projects related to the management of residual materials. Janie holds a Master’s degree in Environment from the University of Sherbrooke and has been working in the municipal and paramunicipal world for over ten years.

Jean-Nicolas Côté, Lecturer , City of Magog

Jean-Nicolas Côté holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from Laval University. He worked as a community pharmacist for 5 years before reorienting his career towards public health and climate change. He completed a graduate microprogram on climate change at Laval University before obtaining his master’s degree in environmental management and climate change at the University of Sherbrooke, in partnership with Bishop’s University. He is currently studying at the Department of Applied Geomatics at the University of Sherbrooke to complete a thesis on the calculation of vulnerability to climate change using artificial intelligence and geographic information systems.

Jean-Nicolas wrote an essay on climate change vulnerability during his master’s degree and designed the climate change adaptation plan for the City of Magog. He is currently monitoring heat islands following a revegetation project in Magog. He is the designer and administrator of the geoadaptation.ca website which aims to provide tools on climate change adaptation and geomatics.

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12:30 pm: Design and conception of an ULTIMA-ECO ecological house (in French only)

The ULTIMA-ECO house construction concept is unique in its kind, both in terms of the innovative techniques used and the biobased materials used. This conference will immerse you in the details of an ecological construction by sharing tips and tricks to help you combine beauty, ecology, energy performance and savings.

LINÉAIRE and ALTE Coop are collaborating in the design and sharing of knowledge in green building.

Samuel Pépin-Guay, LINÉAIRE ÉCO CONSTRUCTION

Marc-Antoine Meilleur, ing, ALTE Coop

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Samuel Pépin-Guay, Cofounder of LINÉAIRE ÉCO CONSTRUCTION

Samuel Pépin-Guay has been working in the field of traditional carpentry, woodworking and eco-construction for over 25 years. In 2005, he co-founded “LINÉAIRE ÉCOCONSTRUCTION” to bring together his three passions: ecological architecture, woodworking and built heritage. Samuel is also the initiator of the first traditional carpentry training in Quebec which was launched in 2014.

 

Marc-Antoine Meilleur, ing, Cofounder of ALTE Coop

Engineer specialized in bioclimatic building design and alternative mechanical systems, Marc-Antoine worked for 5 years at the Clean Energy Research Centre of Natural Resources Canada as an expert in energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction. In 2017 he co-founded the cooperative “ALTE coop”, the first engineering cooperative in Quebec among others specialized in the design of ecological housing and greenhouses.

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1:30 pm: Making thermal insulation from recycled polystyrene (in French only)

Did you know that SOPREMA Sherbrooke recycles polystyrene to make thermal insulation for buildings? Learn more about the materials used, the manufacturing process and the reduction of environmental impacts throughout the product’s life cycle at this exclusive conference.

The bus leaves for the guided tour of the SOPREMA factory in Sherbrooke at 2:30 pm and returns to Magog at 4 pm. Registration required > Register now

Pierre-André Lebeuf, Project manager in sustainable development, SOPREMA Inc. 

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With a bachelor’s degree in public communication from Laval University and a master’s degree in environmental management and sustainable development from the University of Sherbrooke, Pierre-André Lebeuf has been Project Manager – Sustainable Development for the company SOPREMA (Canada) since May 2018. In fact, he is at the origin of the company’s sustainable development approach in Canada.

In addition to being responsible for quantifying impacts, Pierre-André oversees the development of targets and strategies dedicated to improving the company’s practices. He contributes to several projects, including the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), waste reduction, life cycle analysis of products and the integration of recycled content in products.

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2:30 pm: Agrivoltaics, solar energy for agriculture (in French only)

Agrivoltaics is a little-known technology in Quebec that combines solar production with agriculture and is gaining momentum around the world. Explanation of what it consists of and how farmers in Quebec can also benefit from it.

Patrick Goulet, Énergie Solaire Québec

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Retired after 30 years of service at Hydro-Québec’s Groupe Équipement, and a member of ESQ since 2004, he became president of the organization in 2017. Constantly on the lookout for the latest renewable technologies, Patrick likes to share his discoveries with the general public.

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3:30 pm: Panel on ecohousing (in French only)

Benoit Lavigueur, Green building expert, speaker and consultant, Les Éco-Bâtisseurs

Maryse Leduc, Founder of Maryse Leduc Architecte

Gabriel Gauthier, Professional artisan and specialized contractor, Artcan

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Benoit Lavigueur, Green building expert, speaker and consultant, Les Éco-Bâtisseurs

Coming from 4 generations of farmers, Benoît Lavigueur has always been passionate about everything related to the world of housing. Trained as a carpenter and a green building contractor since 2005, with his company Belvedair, he and his team have had the opportunity to design and build more than 150 green homes, accompany more than 1,000 projects as a consultant and designer, and have given more than 400 conferences on the subject of green housing. 

Benoit also sits on various environmental committees with the goal of advancing things and making ecological housing accessible in Quebec.  He is the creator of several exceptional houses, including his own in Ste-Martine, which obtained the highest LEED score in 2012, as well as the Missisquoi chalet, which is still a unique construction in terms of energy efficiency and multifunctional use. He is currently developing innovative buildings based on the “Coliving” principle, the first prototypes are currently under construction.

He has won several awards and distinctions, including Domus awards in the categories: Builder of the Year twice and Sustainable Development. Now that he is an independent consultant, he is fully dedicated to accompany all those who would like to realize their dream project! www.benoitlavigueur.com

 

Maryse Leduc, Founder of Maryse Leduc Architecte

A pioneer in the design of ecological homes, a leader in the design of resort homes in Quebec, the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, a renowned lecturer, and a respected teacher, Maryse Leduc has earned a solid reputation among her peers and clients. Maryse Leduc began her university studies in 1982 and obtained her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Université de Montréal. She was awarded the Medal of Excellence from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).

At the top of her class, she was awarded a scholarship that allowed her to travel to Europe to study contemporary housing and to complete internships in major architectural firms. During her travels, she was introduced to ecological architecture and immersed herself in the trends of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. She is interested in several disciplines that will become an integral part of her approach: baubiology, geobiology, Feng Shui, solar-passive architecture, and green architecture. Her great expertise, combined with her personal values based on a healthy lifestyle, make her a true pioneer of ecological architecture in Quebec.

From 1980 to 1989, she worked for the architectural firm Cardinal Hardy. In 1990, she undertook a master’s degree in the history and theory of architecture at McGill University, and then pursued doctoral studies in planning at the University of Montreal, again on housing.

 

Gabriel Gauthier, Professional artisan and specialized contractor, Artcan

Gabriel Gauthier, a pioneer in hemp construction in North America, has over 20 years of experience as a professional artisan and specialized contractor. With ArtCan, he has completed more than a hundred self-build and renovation projects using hemp and lime in Quebec and Ontario.

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4:30 pm: Panel on agroforestry (in French only)

As citizens, workers, voters and consumers, we individually and collectively hold unsuspected power. Everywhere, millions of citizens are transforming our world. Seemingly impossible citizen victories are multiplying. Governments and corporations are being forced to act. But how to exercise this power? By wanting to be, think and act differently.

Simon Côté, General coordinator at Arbre-Évolution Coop

Charles Lussier, Geographer at CLG AGFOR

Louise Gratton, Consultant in ecology and conservation

Nicole Comtois, La Forêt qui marche

Lysanne Witty, volunteer for La Forêt qui marche

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Carbone riverain™ : the carbon market finally at the service of farmers…and our water.

Simon Côté will present Carbone riverain™, a new carbon offset program developed by Arbre-Évolution Coop, of which he is the coordinator. This program aims to expand riparian buffer strips on agricultural land and to convert field crop land into biodiverse forest areas. Thanks to a design consisting of trees, fruiting shrubs and melliferous plants, Carbon Riparian™ is able to sequester more than 1,559.67 tons per hectare managed. The model put forward creates significant environmental and monetary benefits for Quebec agricultural producers. 

Carbone riverain™ is the result of 3 years of work that began via a research project conducted for Arbre-Évolution by CERFO in 2018-2019, in collaboration with several stakeholders in Quebec agroforestry. Funded by various ministries, this scientific work has laid the foundation for a unique and avant-garde model whose Co2 sequestration protocol has been validated by Coop Carbone. The verification of the implementation and the projections of carbon capture is carried out independently by the different watershed organizations in Quebec.

Simon Côté, General coordinator at Arbre-Évolution Coop

Despite his indignation about the socio-economic injustices that mark our times, Simon is driven by an unshakeable faith in the future. His civic and professional path is rooted in the principles of social justice and environmental protection.

Trained in political science at UQAM and then in environment at Greenpeace, Simon is convinced that citizen involvement is not only about criticizing bad political and economic governance. It lies above all in the ability to set up projects capable of structuring solutions for the future. This objective is what fuels his daily work as general coordinator of Arbre-Évolution, a cooperative specializing in social reforestation and eco-education.

 

Riparian agroforestry in Monteregie and Quebec
  • Portrait and evolution of agroforestry in Monteregie and in Quebec, since 1990
  • Importance of agroforestry (climate change, biodiversity)
  • Type of agroforestry developments and financing
  • Benefits to agricultural ecosystems, agricultural businesses and communities

Charles Lussier, Geographer at CLG AGFOR

Charles Lussier, geographer (B.Sc. 1990) founded CLG AGFOR in 2008, a consulting firm in riparian agroforestry in Monteregie.  He founded R A M E, Research and Development in Agroforestry Monteregie East, a research unit that carries out projects with researchers in agroecology.  CLG AGFOR has developed, maintained and carried out agroforestry follow-ups on nearly 100 kilometers of valuable hardwood tree plantations in Monteregie. 

For the past 11 years, R A M E’s research work has focused on agricultural tree growth, entomofauna in riparian agroforestry strips and the ecological history of the Monteregie.  He has been a member of the CRAAQ agroforestry committee since 2016.

 

For functional and resilient woodlands

Woodlands in agricultural areas are not just clusters of trees that have resisted residential sprawl or conversion to agriculture. They are ecosystems that provide us with a host of ecological goods and services. We must maintain or restore the conditions that make them functional and resilient.

 


Louise Gratton, Consultant in ecology and conservation

Louise Gratton holds a master’s degree in biology from UQAM (1981) and has over 40 years of experience in these fields. Motivated by the importance of protecting natural environments, Louise co-founded 2002 Appalachian Corridor and is the president of Nature Québec. She also offers her expertise to several other organizations throughout Quebec that are concerned with biodiversity.

 

La Forêt qui marche

We recover and valorize trees, shrubs and native plants that are found on land destined to be deforested during infrastructure or housing development projects in the Eastern Townships. This resource is currently 100% destroyed.

Our main objectives are to save as many native trees, shrubs and plants as possible before they are destroyed, and to improve the knowledge and use of native trees, shrubs and plants by the general public, in private and public developments. Some owners of land destined for deforestation agree to give us free access to these lands so that we can take samples.

Samplers can be private individuals, organizations involved in reforestation or revegetation, and people from the horticultural community. All samples are free and unlimited.   Each collector must make the effort to come and pick the trees, shrubs or plants they want from the land designated by our organization. We have biologists/forester on site during pickups for identification and planting advice. Since 2021, our year of creation, 3500 native plants have been collected and valorized.

 


Nicole Comtois, La Forêt qui marche

Environment project assistant for 30 years at Domtar, in Windsor, and retired since 2020, I was approached in 2021, by the APCHQ Estrie to collaborate in the setting up of the project La forêt qui marche. The concept of La forêt qui marche was created during the writing of my Master’s degree essay in environment at the University of Sherbrooke. With a group of volunteer and passionate citizens, our NPO was born in 2021.

 

Lysanne Witty, volunteer for La Forêt qui marche

Lysanne joined La Forêt qui marche in October 2021 as a volunteer. She was immediately seduced by the mission of this NPO, but especially by the warm, family and ecological atmosphere prevailing during the pick-ups. They all share a common goal: to save as many plants as possible before deforestation.

Since March 2022, Lysanne has joined the Board of Directors and is now in charge of recruiting and training new volunteers. The recruits are passionate about the environment and are an integral part of the process. As she often says: the smallest drops of water form the oceans.

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5:30 pm: Word from the Mayor of Magog

Nathalie Pelletier, Mayor of the City of Magog

5:45 pm: Musical performance by domlebo: Changing the world, one big move at a time! (in French only)

domlebo will present a few songs and he will also take the opportunity to share some of his best eco-friendly practices!

domlebo, Activist artist

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Drawing on his readings, songs, experiences and collaborations with several other environmental groups (Équiterre, Greenpeace, Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables, etc.), domlebo plans to share with us the fruits of his research, but also of his reflections, in a very simple and punchy way. To guide us, to inspire us, to make us change the world… One big gesture at a time!

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7 pm: Broadcast of the documentary HUMUS (in French only)

With the humility now required by the degree of planetary destruction, a couple of market gardeners are working to implement the great principles of nature in their gardens, in search of a new alliance with the living. Old and new knowledge guides them on this path, knowledge that reaffirms the complexity of an interdependent world, the result of billions of years of coevolution.

Documentary directed by Carole Poliquin

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Production : ISCA Productions

Origin : Canada

Language : French

Year : 2022

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Samedi – Chapiteau ateliers

10:15 am: Yoga with La p'tite bohème
A 40 minutes yoga session offered free of charge by La P’tite Bohème, because behind yoga there is a whole philosophy; to become aware of oneself, of others and of one’s environment.
Josée Roy, La p’tite bohème

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11 h : Recycle learning games
Education Fluent Director Ahmad El-Husseini will implement a range of simple yet amazing activities to turn trash into fun, well-designed games for kids to learn the basics of science, math, engineering and design. 
Ahmad El-Hussein, Éducation Fluent

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In this workshop, you will learn how to create toys from everyday materials available at home. 

 

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12 pm: The Climate Mural
The Climate Mural is a collaborative card game where participants co-construct a mural summarizing the mechanisms of climate change as explained in the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) reports.

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The mural can be done virtually or in person around a table.  It is a game-questionnaire format activity lasting 15 to 30 minutes.

 

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1:30 pm: Zero Waste Workshop: Dryer Ball Making
How can your waste of today become useful? Are you interested in transforming an obsolete, worn-out object into a brand new, useful, durable and pretty good? I will show you through practical, playful and creative workshops how today’s waste can open the door to a cleaner world.
You are invited to bring your old, out-of-date knitwear, wool socks with holes in them, etc. to transform them into useful, economical and fun objects.
Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot, Founder of Les Ateliers Multi-Arts

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Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot is a multidisciplinary artist with a passion for recycling and nature. She likes to share ideas, concepts and projects in the field of material revalorization.

  • Creator of Ateliers Multi-Arts, Producer of eco-responsible useful objects
  • Representative for Tank Drum Earth instruments
  • Representative for Eunonau electric bikes
  • Ambassador for the 1000Tons mission

Marie-Soleil travels the province in the mobile unit of Ateliers Multi-Arts to share her passion and propose sustainable and economical alternatives.

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3 pm: Collective songwriting workshop for the planet

domlebo, the song inventor, the singing activist, the artist activist, invites members of the public to co-write a collective song on the theme of the environment, which will be presented at the beginning of the evening.

domlebo, Activist artist

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Drawing on his readings, songs, experiences and collaborations with several other environmental groups (Équiterre, Greenpeace, Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables, etc.), domlebo plans to share with us the fruits of his research, but also of his reflections, in a very simple and punchy way.

To guide us, to inspire us, to make us change the world… One big gesture at a time!

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DIMANCHE 25 SEPTEMBRE

Scène principale

10 h 30 : Les multifacettes de la mobilité durable
La mobilité durable représente un défi de taille pour diminuer les GES et atteindre un Québec carboneutre en 2050. Comment inverser la tendance actuelle et dire adieu à l’auto solo ? Le CRE Estrie vous propose d’explorer et d’analyser les différentes alternatives à l’auto solo.
Samuel Lapointe, Chargé de projets au Conseil régional de l’environnement de l’Estrie (CREE)

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Je suis diplôme du baccalauréat en études de l’environnement et du Microprogramme en médiation environnementale à l’Université de Sherbrooke. Je suis présentement chargé de projets en environnement au Conseil régional de l’environnement de l’Estrie depuis 2020. 

Je travaille plus spécifiquement sur des projets mobilité, en gestion des matières résiduelles et en accompagnement des municipalités estriennes. 

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11 h 30 : Qu'est-ce qui nous empêche d'agir? * CONFERENCE CANCELLED *
Les scientifiques sont unanimes, les changements climatiques sont bien réels et déjà palpables. Alors pourquoi l’humanité ne se précipite pas pour les stopper même s’ils mettent son existence en péril ? Qui est responsable de cet inaction? Les gouvernements? les médias ? Ou notre incapacité d’accepter le changement ?
Patrick De Bellefeuille, Conférencier et présentateur météo chez Météo Média

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Patrick de Bellefeuille joint les rangs de Météomédia peu avant l’entrée en onde de cette chaîne spécialisé en 1988. Déjà passionné de communication il développe rapidement un grand intérêt pour la météo et les changements climatiques. À Paris en 1996, il fait la rencontre d’un groupe de scientifiques et de présentateurs météo des 4 coins du monde qui se vouent à la divulgation d’informations sur les changements climatiques auprès du grand public. Il décide alors de joindre sa voix à cette cause. Il fondera, avec 25 d’entre eux, Climate Without Borders en juin 2017. Cet organisme qui encourage les présentateurs météos du monde entier à inclure le discours climatique dans leurs bulletins quotidiens.

Depuis 2005, il donne des conférences pour mettre en lumière les cicatrices quotidiennes laissées sur la terre par l’homme et dans le but de laisser aux générations futures une planète plus propre et en meilleure santé.

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12 h 30 : Panel - Processus de design en eco-construction : trucs et astuces d’un projet vécu

Ce panel d’experts couvrira les éléments clés du processus de design d’une habitation écologique au travers d’un projet réel, soit l’auberge écologique La Ruche. Cette discussion couvrira des thèmes passionnent, tels que l’autoconstruction, l’intégration d’une serre, le design solaire passif, l’usage de matériaux recyclés et plus encore !

L’équipe de Alte Coop

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Abrielle Sirois Cournoyer, ing. M.Sc. Spécialiste gestion et innovation sociale, Alte Coop

 

Marc-Antoine Meilleur, ing., Spécialiste efficacité énergétique & inventaire carbone

 


Diane Bastien, Ph.D., Spécialiste qualité environnementale & énergie

 

Marc Vanderweyen, Spécialiste en bâtiment durable, structure, civil

 

Alte Coop, la première coopérative d’ingénierie au Québec, a été fondée en 2017 et regroupe plus d’une dizaine d’ingénieurs ayant à cœur l’humain et l’environnement. Ses membres sont spécialisés dans les domaines du bâtiment écologique, l’habitat résilient et le design de serres solaires passives.

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13 h 30 : Mobilité durable 2.0 ; innovations, tendances & défis

Pour être durable, la mobilité doit être efficace, sécuritaire, pérenne, équitable, intégrée au milieu et compatible avec la santé humaine et les écosystèmes. Coop Carbone vous présente les récentes innovations, les tendances 2022 & les défis en matière d’écomobilité, issues des travaux de son service d’accélération MOBIS.

Nicola Potvin, Directeur du développement et des communications chez Coop Carbone

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Avant de joindre ses forces à celles de Coop Carbone comme directeur du développement et des communications, Nicola a développé une expertise de pointe en communication socialre et en changements de comportements sociaux. En plus d’avoir accompagné bon nombre d’acteurs québécois souhaitant accélérer la transition du Québec sur les enjeux de développement durable, il a contribué au développement de projets visionnaires tels que La Ruche Québec, l’Accélérateur MOBIS, Magnitude 10, Phare climat, UnPointCinq, Action-Climat Québec et le Fonds ÉcoLeader.

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14 h 30 : Le pouvoir du citoyen
Comme citoyens, travailleurs, électeurs et consommateurs, nous détenons individuellement et collectivement un puissant pouvoir insoupçonné. Partout, des millions de citoyens transforment notre monde. Les victoires citoyennes, apparemment impossibles, se multiplient. Des gouvernements et des entreprises sont contraints d’agir. Mais comment exercer ce pouvoir? En désirant être, penser et agir autrement.
Jean Provencher, Agent de changement social

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Bachelier en communication, ancien journaliste et spécialiste en gestion du changement, Jean Provencher s’engage socialement depuis 30 ans. Entre autres, en 2007, il fonde l’organisme Carrefour TerraTerre et organise des événements publics majeurs en développement durable. En 2016, il donne une conférence au Forum social mondial. Durant 25 ans, à titre de consultant en gestion, il accorde une priorité aux valeurs sociales, environnementales et humanistes dans l’exercice de ses mandats auprès de ses clients. 

Mais en, 2018, il abandonne sa fructueuse carrière pour créer son propre emploi d’agent de changement social. Passionné de l’humain et de la nature, il choisit alors de se consacrer entièrement à sensibiliser les acteurs de la société (citoyens, entreprises, organismes, institutions) aux grands enjeux environnementaux, sociaux, économiques et éthiques et à leurs solutions. Il désire les amener à faire une différence individuellement et collectivement par une participation active à un monde plus responsable, plus humain et plus durable.

Il publie, en mai 2021, une oeuvre fascinante et incomparable ayant nécessité cinq années de travail: “Être, penser et agir autrement”. Cet ouvrage de référence de 1500 pages, offert dans un coffret de cinq volumes, vise trois objectifs. Nous aider à comprendre les grands enjeux de l’humanité. Nourrir notre espoir face à l’avenir en nous faisant découvrir un monde magnifique, en pleine transformation. Proposer des centaines de solutions pour nous permettre de changer les choses et de faire une différence. Pour cette oeuvre, rendue possible grâce à une fructueuse campagne de sociofinancement, il choisit même de n’en retirer aucun revenu (1ère version imprimée) et de consacrer tous les revenus de vente au financement de projets humanitaires.

Enfin, à l’automne 2021, il publie sa politique socio-environnementale. Les Pages Vertes lui décernent d’ailleurs la cote Excellence, l’ultime niveau d’attestation d’écoresponsabilité. Comme écrivain, conférencier, communicateur, organisateur et conseiller, il consacre tous ses efforts à alimenter un éveil de conscience général qui est devenu la priorité de notre société.

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15 h 30 : La nature, une technologie éprouvée dans la lutte aux changements climatiques

Les crises climatique et de biodiversité sont intimement interreliées. Pourtant, on a l’habitude de les traiter séparément, ce qui compromet l’efficacité de nos actions. Les solutions naturelles pour le climat représentent une solution holistique et complémentaire à la diminution de notre consommation d’énergies fossiles. Le Québec a les moyens de les déployer à grande échelle !

Diego Creimer, Responsable des solutions nature pour le climat et relations gouvernementales chez Société pour la nature et les parcs du Québec

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Diego Creimer est un communicateur et gestionnaire avec plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans les domaines de l’environnement, du journalisme, de la vulgarisation scientifique et de la politique environnementale. Il a travaillé pendant six ans comme journaliste radio pour CBC / Radio-Canada International. Passionné de l’environnement et des luttes sociales, il a ensuite travaillé pour Greenpeace Canada de 2012 à 2016 et pour la Fondation David Suzuki de 2016 à 2021. Parmi ses publications, on compte une collection d’essais sur la transition écologique parue en 2018, Demain le Québec, avec les Éditions La Presse, cosignée par Karel Mayrand, Julie Roy et Louise Hénault-Ethier, et divers textes d’opinion sur des questions environnementales. Il a rejoint la Société pour la nature et les parcs du Québec en 2021.

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Dimanche – Chapiteau ateliers

10 h 15 : Yoga avec La p'tite bohème
Une séance de yoga de 40 minutes offerte gracieusement par La P’tite Bohème, parce que derrière le yoga il y a toute une philosophie; prendre conscience de soi, des autres et de son environnement.
Josée Roy, La p’tite bohème

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11 h : Recycler des jeux d’apprentissage
Le directeur d’Éducation Fluent, Ahmad El-Husseini, mettra en œuvre une gamme d’activités simples mais étonnantes pour transformer les déchets en jeux amusants et bien conçus, pour que les enfants puissent connaître les principes de base de la science, des mathématiques, de l’ingénierie et du design. 
Ahmad El-Hussein, Éducation Fluent

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Dans cet atelier, vous apprendrez à créer des jouets à partir de matériaux de tous les jours disponibles chez vous. 

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12 h 30 : Atelier Zéro Déchet : Le rôle de vos déchets dans un monde plus propre
Les Ateliers-Multi-Arts avec Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot présentent : Le rôle de vos déchets dans un monde plus propre. Comment vos déchets d’aujourd’hui pourront se rendre utiles ? Transformer un objet désuet, usée en un tout nouveau bien utile, durable et joli vous intéresse? Je vous ferai découvrir par le biais d’ateliers pratiques, ludiques et créatifs comment les déchets d’aujourd’hui peuvent ouvrir la porte à un monde plus propre.
Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot, Fondatrice des Ateliers Multi-Arts

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Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot est une artiste multidisciplinaire passionnée de récupération et de nature. Elle aime partager idées, concepts et projets en revalorlisation de la matière.

  • Créatrice des Ateliers Multi-Arts, Producteur d’objet utile durable écoresponsable
  • Représentante pour les instruments Tank Drum Earth
  • Représentante pour les vélos Électrique Eunonau
  • Ambassadrice pour la mission 1000Tonnes

Marie-Soleil parcourt la province dans l’unité mobile des Ateliers Multi-Arts afin de partager sa passion et proposer des solutions alternatives durables et économiques.

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13 h 30 : La fresque du Climat
La fresque du Climat est un jeu de cartes collaboratif où les participants co-construisent une fresque résumant les mécanismes du changement climatique tels qu’expliqués dans les rapports du GIEC (Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat).
Marie-Soleil Bergeron-Turcot, Fondatrice des Ateliers Multi-Arts

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La fresque peut se faire en virtuel ou en présentiel autour d’une table.  C’est une activité en format jeu-questionnaire d’une durée de 15 à 30 minutes.

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