Inès Leonarduzzi interviewed by Femmes ESR.

L’écologie est une notion qu’il faut penser dans sa globalité. De manière générale, j’aime ne pas compartimenter les choses et les idées. Il me semble que tout est interdépendant. Si on isole les compétences, on perd des opportunités de progrès.

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Marine Goldenberg to run Digital For The Planet Africa

Digital For The Planet is a very inclusive global earth project. It is all about the future and progress but in a conscious way. One of DFP’s leitmotiv is “since technology has no limit, let’s do good with no limit”. I think it has never been so true.

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[Inside Digital For The Planet] Meet Elena Stuben, Head of Communities Germany

Community also includes digital experts and their  ecosystem. As we develop in Paris innovative technologies, it is about including environmentalists and German developers and put them in touch with the HQ to collaborate together. This is the DNA of a “global Earth project”, this is a startup with tentacles in order to connect and work with everyone.

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(GERMANY) Lassen Sie mich ein bisschen über die Entstehung von DFP erzählen...

“Mir wurde klar, dass ich während meines Ausflugs in der Natur alle meine E-Mails und Anrufe trotzdem empfangen konnte. Ich dachte, das versteht man nicht von selbst, und ich begann mich über den Mechanismus, der hinter dieser Hyperkonnektivität steckt, und deren Auswirkungen auf unsere Welt zu befragen...”

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"Technology and sustainability are not necessarily opposed. We found a way." — Ines Leonarduzzi

Full of technology, the human being is overpowering but strangely, he is the only specie that destroy its own ecosystem and others’. The point is that all economists agree that the world has enough resources to contain all the ills afflicting the Earth (famine, resources issues, wars, poverty, education ...). So what is the purpose of progress if we do not progress?

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#Startup : Stacking blocks is an innovative way to store energy.

A concrete "battery" could be the future of energy storage. Energy Vault, a Swiss startup, has created a way to store electricity in concrete blocks. The technology helps use solar power when sun doesn't shine and wind power when the wind doesn't blow. It's a low-tech alternative to lithium-ion batteries.

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