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Monday, December 7 • 18:00 - 20:00
Place To Brief

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Place to Brief is an everyday evening briefing, shaped as a live talk-show, taking place in the Lounge, on the main stage. A panel of 3 to 5 international speakers will create a conversation on the thematic of the day. This program will be live streamed at placetob.org/live.

Limited seating available.
Free admission to COPilot Resident and COPilot Coworker, no need to register on Sched, you will be asked to show your badge to get access.
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How shall we redesign collective action to answer the biggest threat humanity has ever been facing? Why environmental politics don’t work?
Democracy is at stake. Shall we adopt a polycentric approach of Climate Change? How to escape the governance trap and mobilise government leaders and civil society in the long term? How to help people imagine a climate changed world and build trust again with politician to deal with this issue?

If we are to act collectively, what sort of organizational principles shall we create? Does our current models of governance make sense in a rapidly changing world? How can civil society and organizational structures work together? Is it time to admit that Democracy has failed, and if so, what are we to replace it with and how?

Speakers
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Heliabel Bomstein

Make it Work
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Beka ECONOMOPOULOS

The Natural History Museum / Not An Alternative
NGO Representative, artist, curator. | | The Natural History Museum is a new, mobile museum that makes a point to highlight the socio-political forces that shape nature, yet are excluded from traditional natural history museums. These forces include those that shape the atmospheric climate on Earth, as well as the fossil fuel companies that sponsor science and natural history museums. The Natural History Museum is both a campaign and a... Read More →
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Bruno Latour

Sciences Po, Paris
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Alice MARECHAL

Make it Work
As part of my studies in Sciences Po, I got involved as student coordinator in the project "Paris Climat 2015 : Make it work". Convinced that the failure of COPs was not only due to the complexity of the topic but also to the format of negotiation itself, our aim was to imagine and test an new model of negotiations. The Make it Work simulation of COP21 took place in May 2015 in the theater of Nanterre-Amandiers, gathering 200 students from every... Read More →
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Kieran Pradeep

Make it Work
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Léonore de Roquefeuil

Executive Director, VOXE.org
Leonore is the CEO of Voxe.org, one of the leading civic tech initiative in France. She studied international politics but was never involved in a political party and thought that she might not be the only one. She got passionate about youth engagement and worked on it for 2 years at the UN in New York. She then realized that she wanted to act herself directly on this matter to change the way we interact in modern democracies and joined... Read More →
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Surprise Guest TBA

Artist
Every evening, a special and surprise guest will close the Place to Brief. We want him/her to be anounced until the very last minute!


Monday December 7, 2015 18:00 - 20:00
Lounge 5 rue de Dunkerque, 75010 Paris

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