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Programming Quebec City
Programming Quebec City

Quebec Fair 2022

COMING SOON

Please note that the Québec Fair 2022 program will be available one month before the event (at the beginning of September 2022).

Quebec Fair 2020

For the fifth year !

Come and meet exceptional exhibitors, listen to speakers who are pioneers and revolutionaries in their field, and participate in activities that are all more instructive, entertaining and enriching than the one before. We are waiting for you!

Main scene

Room 2nd
floor

Culinary workshops

11 h
La Transition énergétique et ses limites

Philippe Gauthier

Independent researcher and blogger at Énergie et Environnement

Vers une architecture régénérative

Manuel R. Cisneros

Design Architect

Sid Lee Architecture

Atelier de fabrication de produits nettoyants

Hélène Boissonneault

Women’s Environmental Network

Co-founder of Effet PH and speaker

12 h
Panel enjeux et défis de projets porteurs en transition écologique
La Transition juste – quels changements concrets pour notre communauté ?

Matthew Chapman

National Campaigns Coordinator at Climate Reality Canada

noon to 3 p.m.

 

Cuisinons santé, bio et local !

Charles Freifer

Head cook of the company novagrow

13 h
Visualiser le Québec « ZéN » de demain et les chemins qui y mènent

 

 

Front Commun pour la Transition Énergétique

Concert-conférence sur les pratiques écoresponsables en évènementiel

 

 

domlebo, committed artist

14 h
Les eaux usées : une source d’information inestimable

Peter Vanrolleghem

Professor at Laval University and Director of CentrEau

Comment devenir un service de garde écoresponsable

 

 

Hélène Boissonneault

co-founder and speaker – Effet PH

15 h
Vivre en extrême urgence climatique

André Bélisle, President – Association québécoise de lutte à la pollution atmosphérique

AQLPA / GroupMobilisation

Pour vivre maxi, pensons mini! Le minimalisme, de la philosophie à son application dans l’habitat

Louis Clément

Founder – Carap-House

De «Cultive ton avenir» des Jardins de solidarité de Portneuf à «Mijote ta vie» : un projet de transition écologique formateur

Jean Cloutier Citizen Solidarity Project Officer

16hPanel sur la Transition Écologique – Alain Denault

– Louise Gratton

– André Bélisle

– Claude Villeneuve (à confirmer)

 

Main room

Room 2nd
floor

Culinary workshop

11 am
La Garde de poule, tout naturellement

Martin Boisvert
Permaculteur et spécialiste en garde de poules pour l’École Néo-Terra

 
noon
PANEL : À la conquête de nouveaux espaces agro-alimentaires au Québec
  • Jude Gbekou – Diversité et entrepreneuriat vert
  • Dr. Moussa Sarr – Le Québec et les territoires alimentaires du Futur (Insertion de la diversité dans le développement agro-alimentaire des régions)
  • Ndiallo Aw Badji – L’exemple d’une startup agro-alimentaire urbaine et le potentiel de développement de nouveaux segments de marché
  • Lukay – Comment lever le capital humain pour renforcer ces nouveaux marchés.
Devenons banquiers du capital nature : le puits de carbone des sols

Charles-Eugène Bergeron Représentant de Sols Vivants Québec (Soil4Climate)

noon to 3pm
Cuisinons santé, bio et local!

Charles Freifer
Head cook of the company novagrow

1 pm
La FUSA, pour assurer le futur d’une alimentation saine et locale
Hubert Lavallée
Président de Protec-terre
13 h à 17 h
ATELIER
Pour vivre maxi, vivons mini! Optimisons les petites surfaces pour maximiser l’espace

Louis Clément
Fondateur – Carap-House

2 pm
L’électrification de tous les modes de transport 

Daniel Breton
Directeur général – Mobilité Électrique Canada

3 pm
Crise climatique, santé et solutions possibles

Jacques Benoît
Co-initiator of the Universal Citizens Declaration of Climate Emergency – DUC

 
4 pm
Passez-vous le test de connaissances des énergies renouvelables?

Luc Villeneuve
Founding President – International Renewable Energy Foundation

 

Click on the + to see the description of the conferences and workshops below.

 

SATURDAY

La transition énergétique et ses limites

Saturday – 11 am (main scene)

La transition énergétique et ses limites

The energy transition is desirable, but it is far too slow and will not be completed by 2050. There are serious technical factors involved, beyond the issues of political will or oil propaganda. But peak oil and the too slow diffusion of renewable energies will probably reduce the total amount of energy available by 2050. Relying on renewables in the absence of cultural change, increased protection of ecosystems and the end of growth does not make our societies more resilient. The narrative of transition, green growth and the circular economy serves to reaffirm that industrial capitalism holds all the solutions, while it faces real physical constraints.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

The energy transition is desirable, but it is far too slow and will not be completed by 2050. There are serious technical factors involved, beyond the issues of political will or oil propaganda. But peak oil and the too slow diffusion of renewable energies will probably reduce the total amount of energy available by 2050. Relying on renewables in the absence of cultural change, increased protection of ecosystems and the end of growth does not make our societies more resilient. The narrative of transition, green growth and the circular economy serves to reaffirm that industrial capitalism holds all the solutions, while it faces real physical constraints.

Philippe Gauthier
Independent researcher and blogger at Energy and Environment

Towards a regenerative architecture

Saturday- 11 am (Room 2nd floor)

Vers une architecture régénérative

Why should we focus on regenerative architecture? Because it is an architecture that produces instead of consuming, that has a beneficial impact on its ecosystem and that creates diverse, pleasant, fair, healthy and sustainable living environments. The presentation aims to expose the main challenges and possible solutions faced by the construction industry in Quebec. To better explain the different principles of sustainable design, case studies will be presented: Espace Montmorency, a mixed-use complex in Laval; the proposal for the National Bank Tower; and the Le Grand Collisionneur proposal for the C40 – Reinventing Cities competition.

Why should we focus on regenerative architecture? Because it is an architecture that produces instead of consuming, that has a beneficial impact on its ecosystem and that creates diverse, pleasant, fair, healthy and sustainable living environments. The presentation aims to expose the main challenges and possible solutions faced by the construction industry in Quebec. To better explain the different principles of sustainable design, case studies will be presented: Espace Montmorency, a mixed-use complex in Laval; the proposal for the National Bank Tower; and the Le Grand Collisionneur proposal for the C40 – Reinventing Cities competition.

Manuel R. Cisneros
Design Architect, Sid Lee Architecture

Workshop for making cleaning products

Saturday- 1am (Kitchen of the Tablée des chefs)

Atelier de fabrication de produits de nettoyage

This workshop helps to understand the formulation and interaction of ingredients used to make green clean products. The ingredients discussed are readily available and can be used to make many products. Recipes will be demonstrated up front by the workshop leader.

Hélène Boissonneault is the co-founder of Effet PH, a company whose mission is to progressively inspire people to adopt a minimalist lifestyle and move towards zero waste. After working for 26 years in the field of early childhood education, she now devotes herself to the world of eco-responsibility and “slow living”. As an author and speaker, Hélène communicates her passion for minimalism and ecoresponsibility to children, teenagers and adults. Being specialized in behavioral changes in children, she now transfers her skills to behavioral changes in humans in general. She wishes to help people make changes to their lifestyle so that it is more focused on a healthy environment.

Hélène Boissonneault co-founder and speaker – PH Effect

Just Transition - what concrete changes for our community?

Saturday– noon (Room 2nd floor of the Great Market)

La transition juste – quels changements concrets pour notre communauté?

Several ecological transition initiatives are being pursued by governments, cities, boroughs and civil society organizations.

But how can we ensure that this transition takes into account the contexts, issues and needs of all citizens? How can we ensure that citizens are mobilized and that their involvement is well channeled in all equity?

Matthew will present an approach to citizen engagement that is participatory, democratic and inclusive.

For anyone looking to get actively involved in a formal green transition network in any area (public and active transportation, redevelopment, waste management, green spaces, etc.) at the provincial, regional, municipal and local levels, this presentation will inspire you!

Chargé des carrefours climatiques communautaires chez Réalité climatique Canada, organisme de bienfaisance qui forme des « Ambassadeurs du climat ». Coprésident du caucus des villes du Réseau action climat Canada. MBA, Bacc. en éducation. Bac. en musique.

Depuis 2015, Matthew forme des leaders en développement durable.

Matthew Chapman, Réalité climatique Canada

ATELIER : Cuisinons santé, bio et local!

Saturday- noon to 3pm (Cuisine de la Tablée des chefs)

ATELIER : Cuisinons santé, bio et local!

Novagrow’s chef, Charles Freifer, will present 10 original, inspiring and healthy recipes.

Novagrow is a Quebec company that manufactures automated indoor gardens. These small devices allow you to grow more than 25 types of fresh herbs and sprouts in your kitchen, 365 days a year!

Charles Freifer, head chef of the company Novagrow

Visualiser le Québec « ZéN » de demain et les chemins qui y mènent

Saturday– 13 pm (Main scene)

Visualiser le Québec « ZéN » de demain et les chemins qui y mènent

How do you draw a roadmap without having at least a rough vision of the destination? How can we embrace change when we don’t know where change is taking us? It is from these dizzying questions, in this time of climate emergency, that the Common Front for the Energy Transition’s Québec ZéN (zero net emissions) project and the version 1.0 of the Roadmap that underlies it were born.

Front commun pour la transition énergétique

Concert-conférence sur les pratiques écoresponsables en événementiel

Saturday – 1 pm (Room 2nd floor Big market)

Concert-conférence sur les pratiques écoresponsables en événementiel

domlebo is the former drummer of the group Les Cowboys Fringants, who has since become an individual songwriter.

He is also an animator, a speaker, a consultant and a very committed and involved citizen, mainly in the environment.

Artist and activist at the same time, he went so far as to launch his own little eco-responsible policy this year, probably a first among artists in Quebec!

It’s a first and exclusive for the Fair that he presents the main lines of his policy as well as the best practices he observed, all of this, interspersed with some of his original songs.

Then, in the afternoon, domlebo will invite the public to co-write a short collective song about the ecological transition, the result of which will be presented on the main stage at around 3:50 pm.

A concert-conference not to be missed… because everyone organizes and participates in events!

 

A co-presentation of the Ecosphere Fair and the Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables.
domlebo, committed artist

Les eaux usées : une source d’information inestimable

Saturday– 2pm (Main scene)

Les eaux usées : une source d’information inestimable

How is wastewater collected and treated and, more importantly, what can it tell us? Wastewater is increasingly being used by various levels of government to track the use of different drugs or medications in the population or … to track an epidemic! Indeed, wastewater is collected and analyzed to detect the presence of the COVID-19 virus among the population. These analyses are precise (in a single sample, it is possible to detect if only one person out of 100,000 is infected) and make it possible to see the coming waves of an epidemic as well as to detect even asymptomatic infected persons.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Peter Vanrolleghem, professor in the Department of Civil and Water Engineering at Laval University, is a bioengineer from Ghent University (Belgium) with a specialization in industrial microbiology.

in industrial microbiology. He immigrated to Quebec in 2006 as Canada Research Chair in Water Quality Modelling. His research focuses on modeling, particularly on water, at different scales: the wastewater treatment plant, the integrated sewer-treatment-urban river system, and watersheds. He plays an important role in many international organizations working in the field of water and directs the new Quebec strategic grouping of water research, CentrEau.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Peter Vanrolleghem
Professor at Laval University and Director of CentrEau

Comment devenir un service de garde écoresponsable

Saturday– 2 pm(Room 2nd floor Big Market)

Comment devenir un service de garde écoresponsable

Children are curious by nature and are environmentally aware. Providing them with an environmentally responsible child care environment is a wonderful gift. Whether it’s a private daycare, a daycare center or a family environment, it is possible to make changes in your environment and adopt lifestyle habits to make your daycare more eco-friendly. In this conference, you will learn easy and effective tips to make these simple changes and make a big difference.

This conference is offered by a childcare professional who has over 25 years of experience working with 0-12 year olds as an educator in a minimalist, zero waste daycare.

Hélène Boissonneault is the co-founder of Effet PH, a company whose mission is to progressively inspire people to adopt a minimalist lifestyle and move towards zero waste. After working for 26 years in the field of early childhood education, she now devotes herself to the world of eco-responsibility and “slow living”. As an author and speaker, Hélène communicates her passion for minimalism and ecoresponsibility to children, teenagers and adults. Being specialized in behavioral changes in children, she now transfers her skills to behavioral changes in humans in general. She wishes to help people make changes to their lifestyle so that it is more focused on a healthy environment.

Hélène Boissonneault co-founder and speaker – PH Effect

Faire ses propres emballages alimentaires en cire d’abeilles!

Saturday – 2pm (Cuisine de la Tablée des chefs)

Faire ses propres emballages alimentaires en cire d’abeilles!

Atelier interactif où les participants apprendront tout sur les emballages à la cire d’abeilles. En introduction, la problématique du plastique sera abordée et une des solutions soit les emballages à la cire d’abeilles présentée. Les participants choisiront leur tissu, les couperont de la forme et longueur désirées, et essaieront au moins 2 façons d’infuser le tissu de cire d’abeilles. Nous parlerons aussi de comment utiliser et incorporer ces emballages à votre routine quotidienne. Tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour les faire sera fourni. Si vous avez des tissus en coton 100% que vous voulez transformer en emballages et un fer à repasser apportez-les!

Cost: $10 per person

I have a master’s degree in environment and have owned Bee Sustainable Packaging since 2016. I have always wanted to combine the environment and agribusiness. After a career in consulting and teaching, looking for solutions and opportunities, beeswax packaging seemed like a great idea to develop.

Eveline Lemieux, owner of Emballage Bee Sustainable

 

 

Vivre en extrême urgence climatique

Saturday – 15h (Main scene)

Vivre en extrême urgence climatique

In the context of the climate crisis that is intensifying and accelerating, the Quebec government must act responsibly and impose a drastic reduction in the use of fossil gas. Fossil gas, or shale gas, does not represent a positive transition for the climate. On the contrary, it is as polluting as coal.  It is towards the reduction of energy consumption in general that we must turn. Hydroelectricity and green energies must be the energies of transition.

For 33 years at the heart of environmental action in Quebec. Co-founder and president of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique, André Belisle is at the origin of several of the most important popular environmental education campaigns. A pioneer in the environmental field in Quebec, he will recount the struggles and victories that have shaped the Quebec environmental landscape. He will share with the public the lessons learned from his experiences and invite individuals and the community to take action with the help of various support programs put forward by the AQLPA or by other governmental and non-governmental organizations. The AQLPA has carried out numerous public mobilization tours in Quebec and has coordinated several popular programs such as Faites de l’air, Adieu Bazou, CHANGE D’AIR, and Camion’Air. Acid rain, energy efficiency, the Kyoto Protocol, greenhouse gases, vehicle inspection and maintenance, shale gas and smog are some of the causes defended by the AQLPA and its president.

André Bélisle
Co-founder and President of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA)
GroupMobilisation.com

Pour vivre maxi, pensons mini ! Le minimalisme, de la philosophie à son application dans l’habitat

Saturday – 3pm (Room 2nd floor Big Market)

Pour vivre maxi, pensons mini !
Le minimalisme, de la philosophie à son application dans l’habitat

More than a way of life, minimalism is a philosophy. In the habitat we would summarize it by this: simplify and restrict ourselves to the essential! This way of life is becoming more and more popular… Smaller is less space… Less space means less pollution; smaller is less heating… Less heating means less CO2 emissions and more savings; smaller is less building materials… Less materials means the possibility of investing in more innovative, efficient or ecological technologies; smaller means less maintenance… Less maintenance means more time for yourself and for others. You will have understood, “To live maxi, let’s live mini!”

French interior designer specializing in the optimization of small spaces.
Construction company manager (2020) and carpenter in 2021.

Louis Clément Founder – Carap’House

Panel sur la Transition Écologique

Saturday– 4pm (Main Scene)

Panel sur la Transition Écologique

Including :

  • Alain Denrault
    Alain Deneault is a Quebec philosopher, who received his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Paris-VIII in 2004 and is program director at the Collège international de philosophie in Paris. He still sees Canada today as a colonizing country divided into three categories: the colonizers who are the big transnational mining, oil and grain companies, the colonizers who are the middle classes and the colonized. (Source: Wikipedia)
  • Louise Gratton
    Consultant in ecology and conservation. She holds a master’s degree in biology from UQAM (1981) and has 35 years of experience in these fields, including 12 years with the Nature Conservancy of Canada as Director of Science for the Quebec Region. Over the years, she has worked with federal and provincial governments, municipalities, non-governmental organizations and environmental firms.
  • André Bélisle
    For 33 years at the heart of environmental action in Quebec. Co-founder and president of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique, André Belisle has been at the origin of several of the most important popular environmental education campaigns.
  • Claude Villeneuve (to be confirmed)
    He is a professor in the Department of Basic Sciences at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi and Director of the Chair in Eco-Consulting at the same university.
    He was Director of the European Institute for Environmental Consulting in Strasbourg, France, from 1993 to 1994. He was also editor-in-chief of the magazine ECODECISION from 1994 to 1997.

DIMANCHE

La Garde de poule, tout naturellement

Sunday– 11 am (Main scene)

La Garde de poule, tout naturellement

More and more families decide to keep a few chickens at home, in particular to offer them living conditions worthy of any living being. But how far can we go to promote the well-being of chickens at home? The answer lies in the nature of the animal itself!

Coming from a land use planning background with a keen interest in the environment, Martin was hit hard by permaculture in 2013. Since then, he has been striving to learn from the great teacher that is nature through the experiments he pursues on his rural property, particularly with chickens, for which he has developed a passion, so much so that since 2016 he has been offering conferences and training on the subject, with full respect for the animal as his priority.

Martin Boisvert
Specialist in chicken keeping and permaculturist

PANEL : À la conquête de nouveaux espaces agro-alimentaire au Québec

Sunday – noon (Main scene)

PANEL : À la conquête de nouveaux espaces agro-alimentaire au Québec

Capital humain et nouveaux segments de marché ou comment la diversité renforce les économies agricoles du Québec

Super foods, alicaments, foods of the future, products and flavors from elsewhere, driven by diversity!

The main objective of this exchange is to bring citizens on a reflection that allows some producers from diversity to talk to us about their production and to reach the bridge that allows to value their product and the potential of producing them in Quebec.

The secondary objective is to interest the urban communities in the potential of agricultural development that the regions of Quebec offer while valuing their contribution.

Panelists:

  • Jude Gbekou – Diversity and green entrepreneurship
  • Dr. Moussa Sarr – Quebec and the food territories of the future (Integration of diversity in the agri-food development of regions)
  • Ndiallo Aw Badji: The example of an urban food startup and the potential to develop new market segments.
  • Lukay: How to raise human capital to strengthen these new markets.

Devenons banquiers du capital nature : le puits de carbone des sols

Sunday – noon (Room 2nd floor of Big Market)

Devenons banquiers du capital nature : le puits de carbone des sols

Restoring Nature’s Capital: LIFE

  • Genetic biodiversity within species;
  • Biodiversity of species within a biome;
  • Biodiversity of biomes within ecosystems;
  • Functional Biodiversity and Bio-Geotherapy.

First composting 1962
DEC in agricultural management and consulting (1975)
Local cooperative rural development, Témiscouata (1976-1986)
Mapaq-Estrie, organic agriculture and horticulture respondent (1986-2003)
Agroforestry, Landscaping and Collective Gardens Animator (2003-2012)
Horti-conseil – Pays-Sages inc. and gardener, MRC Lotbinière (2012..)
Director FB public group Sols vivants Québec (2015..)

Charles-Eugène Bergeron
Representative of Sols Vivants Québec (Soil4Climate)

ATELIER : Cuisinons santé, bio et local!

Sunday – noon to 3pm (Cuisine de la Tablée des chefs)

ATELIER : Cuisinons santé, bio et local!

Novagrow’s chef, Charles Freifer, will present 10 original, inspiring and healthy recipes.

Novagrow is a Quebec company that manufactures automated indoor gardens. These small devices allow you to grow more than 25 types of fresh herbs and sprouts in your kitchen, 365 days a year!

Charles Freifer, head chef at Novagrow

La FUSA, pour assurer le futur d′une alimentation saine et locale

Sunday – 1pm (Main Scene)

La FUSA, pour assurer le futur d’une alimentation saine et locale

Based on an assessment of current farming practices in Quebec, with the aim of preserving agricultural land, producing more organic food for local communities, promoting the next generation of farmers and increasing Quebec’s food autonomy, Protec-Terre proposes an innovative model for the preservation and use of agricultural land, the FUSA (agro-ecological social utility trust).

The characteristics and advantages of the FUSA are presented and the model is briefly explained.

The presentation ends with a short video of testimonials from FUSA creators.  Current projects are also presented. Suitable for the interests of organic food family farmer supporters and clients and aspiring organic community farmers.

A member of the Board of Directors since 2004, Hubert has been President since 2008. He is also a founding member of the Fondation pour le foncier solidaire, a foundation that aims to raise funds for agricultural land trust (ALT) and community land trust (CLT) projects in urban areas. An engineer by training, Hubert has worked in the field of energy efficiency and healthy environments in buildings.

Hubert Lavallée
President of Protec-terre

Atelier - Du maxi au mini !

Sunday– 1pm to 5pm (Room 2nd floor of Big Market)

Atelier – Du maxi au mini !
Optimisons les petites surfaces pour maximiser l’espace

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French interior designer specializing in the optimization of small spaces.
Construction company manager (2020) and carpenter in 2021.

Louis Clément – Carap’House contact@carap-house.com

L’électrification de tous les modes de transports

Sunday – 2pm (Main scene)

L’électrification de tous les modes de transports

The electrification of transportation goes far beyond cars. From scooters to bicycles, trucks to buses, boats to planes, technological advances mean that we are gradually moving oil out of all modes of transportation.

Daniel Breton is a recognized specialist in transportation electrification and energy transition. He has written several books on the subject and given hundreds of conferences over the past 20 years. Former Minister of the Environment of Quebec, he was trained in environment, communication and international relations.

Daniel Breton
Directeur général – Mobilité Électrique Canada

Faire ses propres emballages alimentaires en cire d’abeilles!

Sunday- 2 pm , 3 pm  and 4h (Cuisine de la Tablée des chefs)

Faire ses propres emballages alimentaires en cire d’abeilles!

Interactive workshop where participants will learn all about beeswax packaging. As an introduction, the issue of plastic will be discussed and one of the solutions, beeswax packaging, will be presented. Participants will choose their fabric, cut it to the desired shape and length, and try at least 2 ways to infuse the fabric with beeswax. We will also discuss how to use and incorporate these wraps into your daily routine. Everything you need to make them will be provided. If you have 100% cotton fabric that you want to make into wraps and an iron bring it!

Cost: $10 per person

Ms. Lemieux has a master’s degree in the environment and has owned Bee Sustainable Packaging since 2016. She has always wanted to combine the environment and agribusiness. After a career in consulting and teaching, looking for solutions and opportunities, beeswax packaging seemed like a great idea to develop.

Eveline Lemieux, owner of Emballage Bee Sustainable

Crise climatique, santé et solutions possibles

Sunday – 3pm (Main scene)

Crise climatique, santé et solutions possibles

Greenhouse gases (GHGs) have no borders. The global warming they cause spares nothing and no one. We are forced to realize that the Earth is a country, and that humanity will not survive by continuing to act and live as it has until now.  It is a question of health, social justice, and survival.

D.E.S in D.E.C. (Concordia University). With over 25 years of experience in health issues, he was a community organizer at the Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic, before serving as coordinator of the Coalition solidarité santé for 8 years. He is also a speaker, a recognized blogger in the health field, a writer of written content for GMob, UCR, C-CU and editor of UCR-INFO.

Jacques Benoît
Co-initiator of the Universal Citizens Declaration of Climate Emergency – UCD

Passez-vous le test de connaissances des énergies renouvelables?

Sunday – 4pm (Main Scene)

Passez-vous le test de connaissances des énergies renouvelables?

It is now that we are living the revolution of all renewable energies. This revolution must imperatively be accompanied by radical changes in certain behaviors directly related to our consumption of energy to feed us, move us and heat us.

Come and test your knowledge on the subject of the energy sources required for the functioning of our societies!  What are the differences between fossil fuels and renewable energy? Is humanity on the right track? This conference will not leave you indifferent and will certainly bring you answers, but also questions.

Speaker and author of the book ”Urgence climatique, à l’heure des choix énergétiques”.  As a teaching vehicle, Luc Villeneuve created and presides since 2009 the International Foundation for Renewable Energies whose first mission is to provide social education on the subject of energies that have the potential to replace fossil fuels responsible for the greenhouse effect and a large part of the pollution.

Luc Villeneuve
Founding President – International Renewable Energy Foundation

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