The RESOLIS approach in a video
Thanks to Pierre from Reconnect and Erell from Sciences Po Paris for their testimony!
Highlight your initiative
The Ministry of the Environment, Energy and the Sea has published the Charter of Public Participation:
This Charter of Public Participation makes every project transparent and helps to build trust among the many actors. The Charter is intended for organisations or individuals who recognise themselves in its values and commit to promoting them. The signatories therefore organise consultation apparatus for all decisions affecting the living environment. The Ministry of the Environment, Energy and the Sea aims to modernise environmental dialogue and to complement existing legislative measures.
This text on the democratisation of environmental dialogue highlights the need for public participation with a clear, shared framework on the nature of the project, its organiser, the subject of debate, alternative scenarios, the role of the public in the decision, communication, etc. Moreover, the participation of the public also requires an open-minded spirit in order to accept the differences of opinion, to promote the appropriation of the subject by the participants and to develop a culture of participation. Its mobilisation is facilitated through public participation. Moreover, participation encourages each citizen’s abuility to take the initiative in what they can bring to the debate such as information, expertise, tools, etc.
An event to publicise the Charter and its adherents will take place on 14th December 2016 at the Cabinet Ministerériel in Paris.
For information on the Charter, please contact:
Office of the Territories, General Commissariat for Sustainable Development, Ministry of the Environment of Energy and the Sea
01 40 81 85 15
Resolis Meetings for a science of action in the field
How to highlight local knowledge in the fight against poverty?
Monday, November 28 2016, the Conservatory of Arts et métiers in Paris
A day to reinvent and co-construct solidarity: innovation, social impact, local events, digital, partnerships, pooling of resources, sharing of experiences ...
Meetings organised as part of the Poverty France programme supported by the Bettencourt-Schueller Foundation.
Whether taking place in public or private institutions or in
other areas, initiatives aiming to renew the education system are increasing.
Their point in common? To try to respond to the social, political and technical
transformations that are going through our society by offering new models of
education. It’s in fact in this context that many initiatives have been
launched by individuals, associations, private and public actors, some for or
not for profit, either inside or outside of the national education framework.
In order to avoid the risk of two-speed education, which
inevitably increases inequality, it is essential to reflect on the factors that will allow, not a revolution, but a
transition to an education system that effectively addresses the challenges of the
twenty-first century. As the contribution of research must be understood to
be used, this will be a societal
reflection which must bring together the different stakeholders in educational
renewal (teachers, researchers, parents, but also associations,
administrations, local authorities, private or public enterprises) and that’s
why the Lab School Network is inviting you to its second open forum to collectively reflect on this question.
This event is organised by the Lab School Network in
partnership with EHESS, the Resolis association, the Interdisciplinary Research
Centre, the Federation of Schools for Educational Transition and Printemps de
It will be held simultaneously in different French towns.
The venues will be released bit by bit on this page.
From MedCOP to COP22: towards a Mediterranean platform for
agro-food transition through responsible and sustainable agricultural and food
COP 22 – 17th November 2016 from 1pm to 2.30pm (Room 9) - Zone Verte, Marrakech
The ACM Foundation- Assembly of Mediterranean Citizens, IPEMED and RESOLIS, in partnership with the Unesco Chair in World Foods of Montpellier SupAgro and the Association of French Regions (ARF), have the pleasure of inviting you to our participative side-event. We wish to bring continuity to the solutions and projects presented during MedCOP21 and MedCOP Climat, but also to demonstrate the benefits of a Mediterranean approach to the Sustainable Development Objectives (SDG) and in the fight against global climate change, in a drive to promote knowledge in the field.
It is about highlighting local Responsible and Sustainable Food Initiatives (IARD) for the establishment of Territorialised Food Systems (SAT), then to formalise co-operation with those who wish to mobilise with us around a " Mediterranean Platform for Agrifood Transition", a solution adopted by the MedCOP Climat. The declaration of Agri-Food Transition, which underpins this platform project, will also be presented at COP22.
Come and share with us your projects that adapt to or mitigate climate change in the agriculture and agri-food sector!
1. Opening: Driss AZARIZ, AZAD ENVIRONNEMENT, member of the MEDCOP Committee of Climate Experts
2. Introduction: Jean-Louis RASTOIN, Unesco Chair in World Foods, Montpellier SupAgro
3. For a Mediterranean Platform for Agrifood Transition: Chloé LANDROT, RESOLIS
4. Presentations of real-life cases:
Leila AKHMISSE, Crédit Agricole
Foundation of Morocco for Sustainable Development and Annie MELLOUKI, Network of Agroecological Initiatives in Morocco
• Leith Ben Becher, President of Synagri (Tunisia);
• Fatma BOUFENIK, University of Oran and ACM Circle of Oran
Presentation of the Declaration on Agri-Food Transition and New Memberships: Vicent GARCÉS, ACM Foundation
5. Discussion with the audience, experts and partners: Kelly ROBIN, IPEMED
RESOLIS conducted a study for the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation within the framework of the First Encounters for Sustainable Food, organised on 8th November 2016 in Paris.
This study provides an overview of local authority initiatives that promote agricultural or food transition. It highlights models to re-territorialise food systems operated by different actors but also exemplary projects operated or supported by French local authorities.
This work was based on the fact sheets collected in the RESOLIS Observatory as well as the outlooks and testimonies of about ten actors of sustainable food who were questioned.
The Singer Polignac Foundation wanted to award a grant to cultural projects that help young people. Resolis, through its regional network, has been able to present several projects to the Foundation’s Board of Directors, and four projects received funding:
RESOLIS, partner of France des Solutions 2016 organised by Reporters d'Espoirs (Reporters for Hope), was part of the academic jury of France des solutions 2016.
had the pleasure of defending Elliot Lepers’ project: application "90
Resolis, in partnership with Spas and Public Utility
Relations, invites you to the Marjolaine Women Prize 2016 award ceremony on Tuesday 4th October 2016,
from 17:00 to 21:00 at the Maison
des acteurs du Paris durable (21 rue des Blancs Manteaux, 75004 Paris).
Provisional program (more details are attached):
17:00: Introductory Speech
17:15: Round Table 1 "From the field to the plate, how women are growing a sustainable world in France?" and the awarding of the prizes in the categories "Agriculture & Climate - France" and "Food & Climate - France"
18.15: Round table 2 "Why and how are women cultivating a sustainable world for a more egalitarian environment in the South?" and the awarding of the prizes for the categories "Agriculture and/or Food & Climate – International Solidarity" and "Agriculture and/or Food & Climate -Mediterranean".
Registration is free but recommended