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Edition of the International Symposium of Sorbonne Sustainable Development

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DATA & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:

Paris (FR), from the 5th to 7th of December 2022

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PROGRAMME

Lundi 5 décembre 2022

Site: Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale de Paris

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> 9:00 - 9:30

Discours de bienvenue par Anne Le Naëlou, Présidente de la Cité du Développement Durable et Ariane Dupont Kieffer (Vice-présidente déléguée Responsabilité sociétale PR : Présidence).

Discours introductif par Yann Toma, président de l'Association Sorbonne Développement Durable

Chaînes de production​​

> Président de session : Kathia Martin - Chenut

>  09:30 - 10:10 

Christine FRISON, "The global seed commons, digital sequence data, SDG 2 and the post-2020 global biodiversity framework : what is at stake?", Université Catholique de Louvain, France

 

> 10:15 - 10:55 

Vanelle Dimitri ONCHI, "Le déchet virtuel, le grand oublié du développement durable ?", Université Côte d'Azur, France

 

> 11:00 - 11:40 

Johannes OWSIANOWSKI, "Le circuit ""court-long"" : Une réponse au scepticisme des consommateurs envers les labels du commerce équitable?", Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, France

 

> 11:45-13:00

PAUSE-DÉJEUNER

> Séance de posters

Houcem Eddine REMIKI

Tchakouni SONDOU

Neyla MEDDAH

Thomas Gael BEBGA NGUIDJOI

Driss El Kadiri BOUTCHICH

Adjiaratou Diakher DIANKO

Alhane SALAMEH

Marianne DUQUENNE

Kanga Mireille EKRA

Yacoub BITOCHO

Yacoub BAHINI

Rami Ben Haj KACEM

Lucía María CAPPELLETTI

Niang Ndèye NDAK

Bilgecag AYDOGDU

> 12:45 - 13:15

Visite guidée de la Cité du Développement Durable

 

Émissions et artificialisation

> Président de session : Yann Toma

13:15 - 13:55

Sarah LAYACHA,"Investigation about the choice of tensile membrane in city metabolism", Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, France

14:00 - 14:40 

Mariame CHAHBI, "Données satellitaires et analyse géospatiale basées sur les techniques de l’IA au service de la durabilité environnementale", Université Internationale de Rabat 

14:45 - 15:25

Emeric LHUISSET, "Montrer l'invisible en photographie", Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

> 15:30-16:15

PAUSE-CAFÉ

Expérimentation Speech to Text

16:30 - 18:00

Table ronde : L'apport des nouvelles données à l'analyse des conflits et des ODD 16

Intervenants :

 

  • Sarah JAMAL,  maîtresse de conférences de droit public à l’Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas et directrice de rédaction de la revue Droits fondamentaux.

  • Marie OBIDZINSKI, professeur d’économie du droit à l’Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas et spécialiste des nouvelles technologies comme outil et objet juridique.

  • Maître François ROUX, avocat honoraire, chef du bureau de la défense du Tribunal spécial des Nations unies pour le Liban (« TSL »).

  • Emeric LHUISSET, artiste et enseignant à Sciences-Po Paris sur la thématique Art Contemporain et Géopolitique, lauréat de nombreux prix et exposé dans de nombreuses institutions internationales.

  • Eric SANGAR, Maître de conférences en science politique Sciences-Po Lille, coordinateur du projet DataWar

Modérateur :

Mathilde MAUREL, Directrice de recherche CNRS, membre du bureau Sorbonne Développement Durable

Mardi 6 décembre 2022

Site: Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale de Paris

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> 8:30 - 9:00

Accueil des participants (café)

Les données des transformations locales

> Président de session : Brice Anselme

> 09:00 - 09:40

Anthony SCHRAPFFER,"Integrating a vision of floods in rapid suburban growth: illustration with the Buenos Aires suburbs", University of Buenos Aires

 

> 09:45 - 10:25

Claude TATUEBU TAGNE, "Données anciennes : héritage et avantage dans l’étude de la dynamique paysagère et de la durabilité du bocage bamiléké (Ouest-Cameroun)", Université de Yaoundé, 

 

> 10:30 - 11:10 

Berk ÖHTEM, "Agricultural shocks, coping policies and deforestation: Evidence from the coffee leaf rust epidemic in Mexico", Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour  

 

> 11:15 - 11:55

Fatoumata N. CISSE, “Indirect impact of protected areas on wood-based energy consumption: a geospatial analysis in Madagascar”, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / Investisseurs et Partenaires, France.           

> 12:00 -13:00 

PAUSE-DÉJEUNER

> Séance de posters

Houcem Eddine REMIKI

Tchakouni SONDOU

Neyla MEDDAH

Thomas Gael BEBGA NGUIDJOI

Driss El Kadiri BOUTCHICH

Adjiaratou Diakher DIANKO

Alhane SALAMEH

Marianne DUQUENNE

Kanga Mireille EKRA

Yacoub BITOCHO

Yacoub BAHINI

Rami Ben Haj KACEM

Lucía María CAPPELLETTI

Niang Ndèye NDAK

Bilgecag AYDOGDU

Les données dans une perspective d'avenir

> Président de session : Laetitia Duval 

> 13:00 - 13:40

Eszter SZEDLACSEK, "Who pays the price of decarbonization? The impact of mining for green minerals", Université Paris 1 Pathéon-Sorbonne; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU); Marie Curie Doctoral Fellow.

13:45 - 14:25 

Milien DHORNE, "A bottom-up machine-learning approach to tracking advances in access to electricity", École des Ponts ParisTech, France

14:30 - 15:10 

Bebe Alfred DEMBELE, "Dynamique spatio-temporelle de l'occupation du sol et de son implication à la sécurité alimentaire en zone cotonnière du Mali",

> 15:15 - 15:55

Luis Guillermo BECERRA-VALBUENA, "Drought-induced International Migration: the role of irrigation and crop activities in Senegal", Université Paris-Dauphine, France 

> 16:00 - 16:30

PAUSE-CAFÉ

Expérimentation Speech to Text

16:30 - 18:00

Table ronde : Données satellitaires et objectifs de développement durable

Intervenants :

  • Nicolas DELBART, Professeur de Géographie, Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Energies de Demain (UMR8236 LIED), Université de Paris

  • Thibault CATRY, Ingénieur de Recherche IRD, UMR Espace-Dev 

  • Alex CHUNET, représentant de l’ESA auprès de la Banque Mondiale

  • Julien WOLFERSBERGER,   Maître de Conférences, Paris-Saclay Applied Economics (UMR AgroParisTech-INRAE), AgroParisTech & Université Paris Sacla

  • Laurence MONNOYER-SMIT (tbc),  Directrice de la délégation au développement durable, CNES

Modérateur :

Lisa CHAUVET, Full Professor in Economics at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Mercredi 7 décembre 2022

Site: Hopscotch Global PR Group

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> 9:15 - 9:30

Accueil des participants (café)

Faire face aux problèmes majeurs par la construction de données

> Président de session : Emmanuel Picavet

> 09:30 - 10:10 

Adèhè Essossimna POKORE, "Données publiques : réversibilité, adaptabilité, solidarité intergénérationnelle et développement durable", Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

 

> 10:15 - 10:55

Valérie CHAROLLE, "Le problème de la croissance. Espace-temps de la vie et de l'économie", IIAC (UMR 8177 CNRS & EHESS).

 

> 11:00 - 11:40 

Marianne DUQUENNE, "Ouverture des résultats de la recherche en bioéconomie : le cas de la région Hauts-de-France", Univ. Lille, ULR 4073 - GERiiCO

> 11:45-13:30 

PAUSE-DÉJEUNER

Les données et l'écologisation des activités humaines

> Président de session : Antoine Mandel

13:30 - 14:10

David MANOLO SAILER, “Sustainable development in light of climate ethics”, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien

14:15 - 14:55 

Safiya GALAL HASAN, “Financial Inclusion: A Path to the Green Economy”,The British University in Egypt

15:00 - 15:40

Sebastian IRIGOYEN, The determinants of Environmental Concern: revisiting the Maslow's Hierarchy of needs model",Université de Rennes, France    

> 15:40-16:30

PAUSE-CAFÉ

Animated with Speech to text experience 

18:00 - 20:00

Synthèse de la conférence

Amphithéâtre Richelieu - Centre Sorbonne

> 20:00

Cérémonie de clôture

Sorbonne ArtGallery - Centre Panthéon

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SEEN FROM ABOVE: A FOCUS ON REMOTE SENSING

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SEEN FROM ABOVE: A FOCUS ON REMOTE SENSING

For the first edition of its annual international symposium, Sorbonne Sustainable Development, in partnership with the Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES), the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), and the Labex Dynamite invites you to submit proposals and partake in an international conference centered on sustainable development.

This new edition will revolve around the many contributions remote sensing can make in tackling the various challenges of sustainable development.

 

The first edition will take place from December 5 to 7, 2022 and will be held across two venues: the Sorbonne and the Cité du Développement Durable. The conference will be held in English and French with participants in Paris or online if travel restrictions dictate. Two submission formats will be accepted: a poster proposal or a conventional proposal for 30-minutes-long presentations (20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes of questions & answers).

> SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN TODAY’S WORLD

 

The first day, interdisciplinary by nature, will put the question of sustainable development into perspective given the particularly alarming context in which we now find ourselves. While the sixth Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report emphasises the need to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels in the next ten years, the war in Ukraine highlights the fragility of humanity when faced with the need to adapt rapidly. After two years of pandemic-driven strain, health care’s status as a common good and a pillar of sustainable development has never been so relevant. 

What lessons should we take away from the Covid-19 crisis? How starting from this observation, can we react in a multidisciplinary way, put forward the results of our work, and above all convince people that we must act now?

In order to respond to this global observation, all disciplines will be involved. A singular and collective diagnosis is needed more than ever at a time when the alliance of research skills is demonstrating its ability to contribute to the resilience-building process.

Against this backdrop, the arts will play a role of scientific coordination that is now widely considered at the international level.

*Using an A0 sheet of paper, you will summarize the main steps of your approach: data, methodology and main results. You will have the opportunity to discuss the content of the poster with the audience and the experts present. You can find examples of posters via the following link: https://ur.umbc.edu/poster-presentation-examples/

> REMOTE SENSING AS A TOOL FOR RESEARCH ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

 

The second day will tackle issues tied to measurement and data, focusing on the role of satellite data in measuring the extent of the climate emergency. It is now possible to visualize the consequences of human development on territories and the environment in real-time but also retroactively looking at decades of human activity.

 

The data produced by satellites’ instruments allow us to monitor change in our climate and atmospheric disturbances, but also anthropogenic phenomena such as urban sprawl, agricultural expansion and deforestation at increasingly fine levels of resolution. Satellite data are used operationally by several international organizations such as the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations or the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) (Institute for Environment and Sustainability), often in conjunction with space agencies (e.g. the European Space Agency (ESA) Earth Observation for Sustainable Development program) to provide freely available indicators for users who are not necessarily experts in the physics of remote sensing. In parallel, space agencies provide open access to remote sensing data at different levels of pre-processing to build on the raw radiometry to develop new applications.

> THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF DATA USED TO ANALYZE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

The third day, under the sign of social sciences and critical thought, will be devoted to the role of the methods used in the social sciences, within the perception of the socio-economic world and in the prioritization of subjects dealing with significant issues such as the environment.

 

From a critical examination of the world of numbers in which we live to that of the measurement and instruments that we use, this day will aim to define exactly what realities we measure and count, and even to take a critical step back from the theoretical constructions and statistical concepts that result from them.

OBJECTIVES

The objective of the conference is to question the very rich databases used today by the human, social and legal sciences as well as the biases induced by these quantitative approaches and how to best mitigate them.

 

More generally, it will attempt to settle on an epistemological view of how the sciences approach the SDGs and the environmental transition. Based on the results of our 2019 international conference «From perception to climate action», it will be accompanied by artistic interventions and workshops that will raise public and stakeholder awareness of the transition, the common good, and our relationship with Nature through image, sound, voice, etc.

Sorbonne Sustainable Development is an association bringing together more than a hundred university researchers from all disciplines (humanities, economics and law), affiliated with the UN and established within the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, the first university to be fully COP certified and a member of the United Nations Academic Impact program, as well as Global Compact/PRME (a program linked to the Principles for Responsible Management Training).


 

It is also a founding member of the UNA Europa Alliance and is part of the Sustainability Task Force, comprising an alliance of nine European universities. Thanks to the richness of Sorbonne’s disciplines, Sorbonne Sustainable Development is the ideal location for the organization of an open and systemic dialogue between disciplines, capable of thinking transversally and plurally about societal transformations. Sorbonne Sustainable Development’s ambition is to train a new generation of researchers and decision-makers who will have the disciplinary and interdisciplinary expertise necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Brice Anselme, Rémi Bazillier, Jean-Claude Berthélémy, Elodie Bertrand, Lisa Chauvet, Nicolas Delbart, Ariane Dupont-Kieffer, Laetitia Duval, Etienne Espagne, Anne Le Naëlou, Antoine Mandel, Kathia Martin-Chenut, Mathilde Maurel, Emmanuel Picavet, Florent Pratlong, Josselin Thuillez, Yann Toma, Thomas Vendryes, Stéphane Zuber.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

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