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CLIMATE GENERATIONS AREAS
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François Hollande,
President of the French Republic
with the President of the Republic of Philippines, Benigno Aquino III
“
We solemnly call on (…) all stakeholders, States, local
governments, businesses, private sector, civil society and nongovernmental organizations, academia, and citizens, to play
their full role in tackling climate change, notably its impacts,
and reducing the risks of climate related disasters, through
individual efforts and cooperative initiatives.“
Manila Call,
26 February 2015
Laurent Fabius,
French Minister of Foreign Affairs
and International Development,
President of COP21/CMP11
“
It is a question (…) of not limiting the Paris Conference
and the future COP only to government components, but also
to put the whole civil society in movement, starting with local
authorities, cities, regions, companies, and non-governmental
organisations.“
Speech before the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council
“To Make a Success of the Paris 2015 Conference”,
20 April 2015
MEDDE-MLETR A. Bouissou
Ségolène Royal,
French Minister of Ecology,
Sustainable Development and Energy
“
The COP21 is a shared concern for every stakeholder cities, rural areas, companies, investors, researchers and of
course NGOs and citizens, in order to build on a low carbon
society that takes the climate’s challenge up while creating
green growth and well-being, as the french Energy transition
Act recently achieved. Every citzen has two homelands : his
own and the planet.“
Presentation of the World Wide Views on Climate and Energy, of Smart
Cities and of the Business Dialogue, New-York, September 26th 2015
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EDITORIAL
T H E C O P 2 1 / C M P 1 1 C L I M AT E
G E N E R AT I O N S A R E A S , PA R I S - L E B O U R G E T
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limate Generations areas will be open to the public
free of charge, as well as to participants in the
international climate negotiations. They will be open
from December 1st to 11th , from 10:30 to 19:00, apart
from Sunday, December 6th.
The placing of the Climate Generations areas right
next to the United Nations conference centre, their size
(27,000m2), and their design which is inspired by the
consultation of a hundred organizations organizations
are unprecedented in the history of the organization of
climate conferences.
SUMMARY
How to get to Le Bourget
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Plan of Climate
Generations areas
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Services
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Rules of procedure
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United for Climate
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Exhibitions
340 French and international civil society
organizations will participate in bringing the Climate
Generations areas to life. The public will be able to
explore and participate through 100 stands, about
20 educational and interactive exhibitions, over 300
conferences and more than 60 film screenings.
As they explore the commitment of all generations, the
Climate Generations areas will be open to public. They
seek to arouse debate on solutions to climate change.
In the wake of the 600 COP21 labelled projects, the
Climate Generations areas aim to focus on solutions, at
both local and global levels, which are available to all,
for the present and future.
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Screening, conferences
and debates
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Thematic days
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This guide sets out all the information you will need for
your visit. •
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BASICS
How to get to Le Bourget
Narrow parking facilities nearby the Climate Generations areas.
Climate Generations areas
will be open from December 1st to 11th,
from 10:30 to 19:00,
apart from Sunday, December 6th.
shuttle COP21
Shuttle bus Line 7
Direction La Courneuve 8 mai 1945 Stop
Fort d’Aubervilliers
RER B
From Orly direction Roissy CDG
From Roissy CDG direction Robinson or
Saint-Rémy-Lès-Chevreuse
Stop Le Bourget
shuttle COP21
152
Bus 152
From la Porte de la Villette
Stop Michelet - Parc des Expositions
350
Bus 350
From Gare de l’Est
Stop Michelet - Parc des Expositions
Shuttle COP21
shuttle COP21
ROISSY CDG
Le Bourget
Fort
d’Aubervilliers
Gare
du Nord
Gare
St Lazare
Gare de l’Est
Gare de Lyon
Gare
Montparnasse
ORLY
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BASICS
TOILETS
RESTAURANTS
STANDS / EXHIBITIONS
AERA A
3
4
STANDS /
EXHIBITIONS
AREA C
5
ACCUEIL
RECEPTION
COUNTER
FOR CONFERENCE
HOLDERS
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7
8
10
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NELSON
MANDELA
AUDITORIUM
FOYER
SCREENING
ROOM
CENTRAL
PATH
RECEPTION
RESTAURANTS
CONFERENCE/
DEBATE
ROOMS
CENTRAL
PATH
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plan
of
climate
generations
areas
TOILETS
The Climate Generations
areas are accessible to:
People with
reduced mobility
Hearing impaired
person
CLOAKROOM
EXIT
The Climate
Generations areas
are fully covered
by wifi.
INFORMATION
POINT
ENTRANCE
VILLAGE
SQUARE
MEDIA
CENTER
HEALTH
CENTER
PAVILLON
FRANCE
Electric sockets are
available to all in the
shared workspaces
in the central path
of the Climate
Generations areas.
STANDS / EXHIBITIONS
AREA B
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BASICS
SERVICES
FOLLOWING THE NEGOTIATIONS
T
he Climate Generations areas are situated right next to the
2015 Paris Climate Conference, and will allow all visitors
to take part in debates and mobilization for COP21/CMP11.
Screens will show key points in negotiations live.
#
GETTING CONNECTED
#COP21
#GOCOP21
COP21
Official application for COP21/CMP11
Available from November 23rd
FOOD AND DRINKS
C
atering is available all day long, provided by the Horeto group, a French
caterer that has signed up the Charter for environmental responsibility
produced by the General Secretariat for the preparation and organization
of COP21.
• COP’Express
Hall B
open from 10:30
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rêperie BIO
Central artery
open from 10:30
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ood Trucks
Hall A
open from 11:00
• Le Restaurant
Central artery
open from 11:00
Meat and fish are
certified by:
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BASICS
rules of procedure
All entries into the Climate Generations areas must be made through a
walk-through metal detector.
• Tools or sharp objects
• Blunt instruments
• Aerosol dispensers
• Explosive, inflammable or volatile substancess
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umbersome articles and suitcases
with a size over 115 cm (55 cm x 35cm x 25cm)
No cash machine •
No drinks allowed at the entrance •
No smoking •
No pets •
Except for guide dogs •
or other service animals
for people with disabilities
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VISIT
United for Climate
From December 1st to 11th 2015, apart from December the 6th, Climate Generations areas
will house a hundred stands. Those stands will be enlivened by French and International civil
society.
Distributed in three areas, the whole nine majors groups recognized as international climate
negotiations observers will be represented : non governmental organizations, trade unions,
local authorities, entrepreneurs and industries, scientific and technical communities, the
youth, women and gender, farmers and native people.
Other actors will also commit themselves in this meeting. This multiplicity of non governmental
actors embodies a meaningful and mobilising dialogue toward solutions for climate.
STANDS - ESPACE A
A
C
F
G
I
delphi
a
Agence BIO
Agence des Micros Projets
Agence Française de Développement
Art of Change 21
all from the mountains
C
CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS)
Convention on biological diversity
ondation de l’Ecologie Politique F
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung
G
lobal Ocean Forum
Groupe Caisse des Dépôts
Groupe Thématique sur le Changement
Climatique - Madagascar
Indigenous people
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement
(IRD)
Institut québécois du carbone
International Energy Agency
International Trade Union Confédération
M
O
Mission French Tech
bservatoire du Sahara et du Sahel OSS
O
Océan & Climat - Science et innovation en
Bretagne
Océan d’opportunités
P
T
U
Passages - Adapes
Tang Prize Foundation
NICEF France
U
Union internationale pour la conservation de la
nature
United Nations Environment Programme
W
World Ressources Institute
STANDS - ESPACE B
A B
C
E
F
dvancity
A
Association des Régions de France
Association Franco-Chinoise du Développement
Urbain Durable
Bristol, UK
omité 21
C
Conseil départemental de Seine-Saint-Denis
Conseil départemental du Val-de-Marne
Conseil régional d’Île-de-France
colise
E
Environmental Defense Fund
ondation Prospective et Innovation
F
Forum forêt
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VISIT
United for Climate
G
I
M
P
R
S
U
V
Global Compact France
F
ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
acéo / Rurener
M
MEDCOP21 - Région Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur
Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC)
Région Guyane
aint-Gobain
S
Services publics de la métropole parisienne
UNESCO
Ville de Rosny-sous-Bois
STANDS - ESPACE C
A B
C
E
CTED et Convergences
A
AMCDD - Alliance Marocaine pour le Climat et le
Développement Durable
APAD
Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and
Development
Association 4D
Association Shamengo
Aux arbres, citoyens du Nord-Pas de Calais
BirdLife International
ampus France
C
CIRASTI - Mouvement français des Exposciences
Climate Central
Coordinadora rural de la papa del Peru
Coordination SUD
Croix-Rouge française
’Education, levier pour la transition
L
Enda t-m « Bâtisseurs d’alternatives»
Envol Vert
G
I
J
K
L
N
O
P
R
S
inancement Participatif France
F
Fondation Nicolas Hulot pour la Nature et
l’Homme
France Nature Environnement
France Volontaires
Guides & Scouts for a Greener Future
Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Authority
Organizations of Suriname
apan Solar Energy Educational Association
J
Jeunes volontaires pour l’environnement
KyotoUSA
LPO
he Nakau Programme
T
NORDESTA Reforestation & Education
neheart.fr
o
ONISEP
Opération Tri’Tour de l’association Connexions
an African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)
P
Plan International
Plateforme genre et développement - France
Population Media Center
Réseau Action Climat - France
ierra Club
S
Sierra Student Coalition
Size of Wales
T
U
W
Y
erre d’Ecole
T
The Climate Reality Project
Under The Pole
POWER
w
WWF
outh Booth YOUNGO - COY11/COY12
Y
Youthink Center
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VISIT
EXhibITIONS
CREATIVE AWARDS
FONDATION WWF FRANCE
CLIMAT ET BIODIVERSITÉ,
DES ENJEUX LIÉS
PROJET LABELLISÉ COP21
HUMANITÉ ET BIODIVERSITÉ
AN
FACE À L’OCÉ
EUROPE
FOUNDATION
R
DE
RI
RF
SU
CHANGEME
NT CLIMATIQ
UE EN LAPO
PROJET LABE
NIE
LLISÉ COP2
FINNISH EN
1
VIRONMENT
INSTITUTE
(SYKE)
THE FUTURE WE WANT
GREENCROSS INTERNATIONAL
ABSTRACTIO
N NATURELL
E
MARCEL CR
OZET
CLIMAT ÉTAT D’URGENCE
FONDATION ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE
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VISIT
EXhibITIONS
REGARDS CROISÉS D’ENFANTS
SUR L’AVENIR DE LA PLANÈTE
PROJET LABELLISÉ COP21
AN EYE FOR AN EYE
LE LIEN ENTR
E CHANGEME
NT CLIMATIQ
ET AVIFAUN
E - PROJET
UE
LIGUE POUR
LABELLISÉ
COP21
LA PROTECTI
ON DES OISE
AUX (LPO)
SPHÈRE
TIEN RAUD
JEAN-SÉBAS
LA FORÊT DU YUCATAN VUE DU CIEL
IMNERGY
LA BIBLIOTHÈQU
E NATIONALE
DE FRANCE , WILD
-TOUCH ET LE
GROUPE BRUN
PRÉSENTENT
ET
ANTARC TICA!
UNE EXPOSITIO
N PHOTOGRAP
HIQUE MONUM
UNE EXPÉRIENCE
ENTALE EN DIR
INEDITE AU COE
ECT DE L’ANTAR
UR DE PARIS PEN
CTIQUE
DANT LA COP
21
S MAINS
T ENTRE NO
LE MONDE ES
MIRO
IA
RC
GA
RAFAEL
ANTARCTICA
!
WILD TOUCH
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PROGRAM
Screenings
W
ith some 60 long films, documentaries, activist films, television
programmes, episodes of series and short films, the cinema of the
Climate Generations areas, called Wangari Maathai in honour of the first
African female Nobel Peace Prize laureate, will offer a wealth of screenings
and debates every day.
Under the high patronage of Segolene Royal, French Minsiter of Ecology,
Sustainable Develoment and Energy, this program was drawn in collaboration
with the French Development Agency (AFD), the Research and Development
Insitute (IRD), the International Environmental Film Festival and the Ocean
Climate Plateform. The crews of the films presented have been invited to
attend the screenings, and may speak at the end, interacting with the audience
in the cinema which can seat up to 200 people.
The programme of the projections will be announced very soon:
http://www.cop21.gouv.fr/en/climate-generations-areas/
conferences and debates
O
ver 300 conferences will take place in the Climate Generations areas. The
program can be consulted online on the official website of COP21:
http://www.cop21.gouv.fr/en/climate-generations-areas/
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PROGRAM
Thematic Days
Forests and Agriculture
1
Research and Water
December 1st
2
December 2nd
Oceans
3
Education / Youth
December 4th
December 3rd
4
Action Day
December 5th
5
6
7
Women and Gender
December 8th
8
9
10
Human Rights
December 10th
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