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11
Apr.
2017

Affordable cost : The main issue of drinking water

Tribute of Julien Ancele, 1001fontaines Managing Director

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11
Apr.
2017

Affordable cost : The main issue of drinking water

Tribute of Julien Ancele, 1001fontaines Managing Director

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22
Mar.
2017

Water as a universal instrument for poverty alleviation

Patrice Fonlladosa's tribune on the occasion of the World Water Day on March 22nd 2017

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22
Mar.
2017

Water as a universal instrument for poverty alleviation

Patrice Fonlladosa's tribune on the occasion of the World Water Day on March 22nd 2017

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23
Feb.
2017

Waste management and international development: without social acceptability, no sustainability

Waste management is a basic service and as such, its quality is a great indicator for measuring the sustainability of a territory’s development. Organizing waste management requires a global economic model. 

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23
Feb.
2017

Waste management and international development: without social acceptability, no sustainability

Waste management is a basic service and as such, its quality is a great indicator for measuring the sustainability of a territory’s development. Organizing waste management requires a global economic model. 

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12
Jan.
2017

ENERGY ACCESS IN AFRICA: A NEW PARADIGM

Vincent JACQUES le SEIGNEUR, Fondation Energies pour le Monde, Chair Person

 

 

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12
Jan.
2017

ENERGY ACCESS IN AFRICA: A NEW PARADIGM

Vincent JACQUES le SEIGNEUR, Fondation Energies pour le Monde, Chair Person

 

 

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19
Nov.
2016

November 19 : World Toilet Day

The toilet: humanitarian object or luxury good? by Tatiana Thieme, urban ethnographer

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19
Nov.
2016

November 19 : World Toilet Day

The toilet: humanitarian object or luxury good? by Tatiana Thieme, urban ethnographer

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01
Nov.
2016

Cop22: Strengthening the place of water in the climate change agenda

Climate change directly impacts natural resources, ecosystems and societies and represents the most serious threat currently facing humanity. Observations and forecasts from scientific experts indicate that water is one of the first sectors to bear the impacts of global warming. Climate disruptions directly affect drinking water accessibility, food security, energy, aquatic ecosystems, health, education, peace and intensify water-related natural disasters.

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01
Nov.
2016

Cop22: Strengthening the place of water in the climate change agenda

Climate change directly impacts natural resources, ecosystems and societies and represents the most serious threat currently facing humanity. Observations and forecasts from scientific experts indicate that water is one of the first sectors to bear the impacts of global warming. Climate disruptions directly affect drinking water accessibility, food security, energy, aquatic ecosystems, health, education, peace and intensify water-related natural disasters.

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11
Oct.
2016

GÉRARD PAYEN: TOWARDS HABITAT III AND A SUCCESSFUL ROLLOUT OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Gérard Payen, Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on water and sanitation (2004-2015) and member of (Re)sources, presents his priorities for Habitat III. Water, he claims, must be placed at the core of developing cities, and Habitat III needs to provide political impetus to the Urban Sustainable Development Goal (SDG number 11).

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11
Oct.
2016

GÉRARD PAYEN: TOWARDS HABITAT III AND A SUCCESSFUL ROLLOUT OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Gérard Payen, Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on water and sanitation (2004-2015) and member of (Re)sources, presents his priorities for Habitat III. Water, he claims, must be placed at the core of developing cities, and Habitat III needs to provide political impetus to the Urban Sustainable Development Goal (SDG number 11).

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29
Sept.
2016

LAURENCE BRETON MOYET ANSWERS 3 QUESTIONS

Interview of Laurence Breton Moyet, Operation Director at AFD as part of  (Re)sources Debate at the Convergences Forum: “Water and energy accessibility in developing cities”

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29
Sept.
2016

LAURENCE BRETON MOYET ANSWERS 3 QUESTIONS

Interview of Laurence Breton Moyet, Operation Director at AFD as part of  (Re)sources Debate at the Convergences Forum: “Water and energy accessibility in developing cities”

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21
July
2016

3 questions to Laure Criqui

Interview of Laure Criqui, IDDRI, Urban development research fellow and President of the Projection network, during the 21st June at the (Re)sources morning conference on "How to develop a participatory approach with urban dwellers to make them access to essential services?"

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21
July
2016

3 questions to Laure Criqui

Interview of Laure Criqui, IDDRI, Urban development research fellow and President of the Projection network, during the 21st June at the (Re)sources morning conference on "How to develop a participatory approach with urban dwellers to make them access to essential services?"

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11
July
2016

3 questions to Guillaume Josse

Interview de Guillaume Josse, directeur du Groupe Huit, dans le cadre de la matinale (Re)sources "Comment associer les habitants des quartiers précaires à l'accès aux services essentiels ?"

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11
July
2016

3 questions to Guillaume Josse

Interview de Guillaume Josse, directeur du Groupe Huit, dans le cadre de la matinale (Re)sources "Comment associer les habitants des quartiers précaires à l'accès aux services essentiels ?"

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05
July
2016

Pierre-Frédéric Tenière-Buchot : treating wastewater by 2030: an uneasy challenge

Member of (Re)sources et of the Water Académie, Président of the "Solidarité Eau" Programme

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05
July
2016

Pierre-Frédéric Tenière-Buchot : treating wastewater by 2030: an uneasy challenge

Member of (Re)sources et of the Water Académie, Président of the "Solidarité Eau" Programme

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20
Apr.
2016

Michel Rocard: success in improving access to essential services relies on participatory democracy

Michel Rocard, former Prime Minister, former European Deputy, Ambassador of France for the Artic zones and member of (Re)sources brings out solutions for a better access to water and energy in developing cities.

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20
Apr.
2016

Michel Rocard: success in improving access to essential services relies on participatory democracy

Michel Rocard, former Prime Minister, former European Deputy, Ambassador of France for the Artic zones and member of (Re)sources brings out solutions for a better access to water and energy in developing cities.

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20
Jan.
2016

Serge Lepeltier: managing water means seeking consensus and if needed, mediating

Serge Lepeltier, Former Minister of Ecology and Sustainable Development, and President of the french Water Academy brings out its expertise to reinforce synergies in the water and climate sector.

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20
Jan.
2016

Serge Lepeltier: managing water means seeking consensus and if needed, mediating

Serge Lepeltier, Former Minister of Ecology and Sustainable Development, and President of the french Water Academy brings out its expertise to reinforce synergies in the water and climate sector.

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23
Dec.
2015

Pierre Victoria : 2015 agreements lead to a common responsability towards human community

Pierre Victoria, Veolia, Sustainable development Director and member of (Re)sources calls to make 2015 promises on water concrete promises

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23
Dec.
2015

Pierre Victoria : 2015 agreements lead to a common responsability towards human community

Pierre Victoria, Veolia, Sustainable development Director and member of (Re)sources calls to make 2015 promises on water concrete promises

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09
Dec.
2015

Franck Galland : faced with the climate challenge, urban resilience strategies must be developed

During the COP21, Franck Galland, director of Environmental Emergency and Security Services gives his view on analyis.

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09
Dec.
2015

Franck Galland : faced with the climate challenge, urban resilience strategies must be developed

During the COP21, Franck Galland, director of Environmental Emergency and Security Services gives his view on analyis.

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19
Nov.
2015

Benoît Miribel : unsafe water still kills almost 4 millon people each year

On the occasion of the Toilet Day, Benoït Miribel, Director of the Mérieux Foundation and Honorary President of Action against Hunger association, reminds us damage caused by the lack of proper sanitation. Benoît Miribel is member of the (Re)sources think tank.

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19
Nov.
2015

Benoît Miribel : unsafe water still kills almost 4 millon people each year

On the occasion of the Toilet Day, Benoït Miribel, Director of the Mérieux Foundation and Honorary President of Action against Hunger association, reminds us damage caused by the lack of proper sanitation. Benoît Miribel is member of the (Re)sources think tank.

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29
Sept.
2015

3 questions to David Menascé

Interview of David Menascé, co-founder andt Managing Partner of Azao, professor at the Social Business Chair of HEC, during the (Re)sources morning conference on the "Good Enough Innovation, a new approach of development".

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29
Sept.
2015

3 questions to David Menascé

Interview of David Menascé, co-founder andt Managing Partner of Azao, professor at the Social Business Chair of HEC, during the (Re)sources morning conference on the "Good Enough Innovation, a new approach of development".

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28
Sept.
2015

Gérard Payen : 2015, historic year for water

After the adoption of Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations, Gérard Payen, Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on water and sanitation and member of  (Re)sources, brings an analysis on the post 2015 Development Programm . Gérard Payen is member of (Re)sources.

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28
Sept.
2015

Gérard Payen : 2015, historic year for water

After the adoption of Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations, Gérard Payen, Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on water and sanitation and member of  (Re)sources, brings an analysis on the post 2015 Development Programm . Gérard Payen is member of (Re)sources.

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28
May
2015

3 questions to Gilbert Houngbo: invest in Africa for access to electricity

Interview of Gilbert Houngbo, Deputy Director-General for Field Operations and Partnerships at the International Labour Organization (ILO), former Togo Primer Minister and former Director of UNDP Africa, during the morning conference of (Re)sources on "Electrification in Africa". Gilbert Houngbo is also member of (Re)sources. 

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28
May
2015

3 questions to Gilbert Houngbo: invest in Africa for access to electricity

Interview of Gilbert Houngbo, Deputy Director-General for Field Operations and Partnerships at the International Labour Organization (ILO), former Togo Primer Minister and former Director of UNDP Africa, during the morning conference of (Re)sources on "Electrification in Africa". Gilbert Houngbo is also member of (Re)sources. 

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