Zero Carbon Forum
After an especially hot summer and just before a plain winter, cities' energy transitions are entering a phase of acceleration. To stay bearable in a 50 degrees world, and to maintain a high quality of life, they are getting ready to face deep and drastic transformation.
Transport, mobility, housing, nutrition, the COVID-19 crisis was a rehearsal for and a revealing process of urban vulnerabilities.
It is not too late to act as part of the GIEC recommandations, as solutions can always be found.
But we have to mobilise together all players, representatives, the public and the private sectors, businesses and citizens in order to adapt our manners and our behaviours to this new world. Our lifestyle will not escape from it unharmed. This new edition of the Paris Zero Carbone Forum will gather the best experts to debate with mayors on the challenges faced by our cities in the near future. On the occasion of the Global Day of Climate on December, 8th, and the COP 27 a few weeks later, we are hoping to see a lot of you at l’Hôtel de Ville in Paris to create the attractive and sustainable city of 2050.