Like a tidal wave, the challenge of climate change is currently shaking up our societies. Many are speaking out to alert public opinion, others to propose solutions in the face of public opinion that is increasingly sensitive to the problem.
In this context, air transport is being questioned about its ability to drastically reduce its carbon footprint by 2050, while the prospects for its development still appear very significant. As with any revolution in usage, the demands placed on air transport provide a real opportunity for it to reinvent itself, as it has been able to adapt over the past decades and has helped bring people, their cultures and their economies closer together.
The Air and Space Academy has decided to address this major topic during the international webinar "Air Transport in Crisis and Climate Challenge: Towards New Paradigms" which will take place on March 11 & 12, 2021, independently, without preconceptions or taboos, in order to shed light on the strategies of the various players.
For two days, it will bring together climatologists, experts from the various industrial sectors concerned (energy, aeronautics, transport, etc.), as well as sociologists and economists from various countries. Beyond professionals and politicians, this webinar is aimed at a wide audience and in particular at the younger generation, whose highly committed representatives will be involved in the debates.
Take advantage of a privileged moment to exchange and share your experience by participating in this international digital event.
Program and registration: academieairespace.com/colloquium/
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