With Place for Stories, Place to B will take you to meet the actors who are committed on a daily basis to the fight against climate change and who are writing the story of the transition.
Entrepreneurs, artists, experts, elected officials and many others will testify live from Nantes on their actions, questions, the path travelled since the COP21, their hopes for the COP22 and on what an event like Climate Chance can enable them to achieve.
During five one-hour programmes, come and discover the new story, the projects that are changing lives close to you and a few tasters of Marrakesh!
> The new story. Monday 26: 1.30pm – 2.30pm
At the crossroads of Information, Communication and Education, who are the narrators that will write the new climate story, where the right words will be able to question and mobilise civil society?
> What climate in the voting booth? Our elected officials faced with climate change. Monday 26: 6.00pm – 7.00pm
So what do local elected officials think about the climate? Not at the French President's residence (l'Elysée) or in the ministries, but in the town and city halls, the regions and local authorities. Let's go to meet the local political actors who include a bit of transition in their future projects.
> Climate 2.0, new mobilisations. Tuesday 27: 9.30am – 10.30am
At a time of the all-powerful smart phone and on-line petitions, how can we organise mobilisations to raise awareness on climate issues and change behaviour? Between the allegedly all-powerful screens for the under 25s and questions on the de-carbonisation of the web, let's look together at the fight 2.0 against climate change.
> Transition at the street corner. Tuesday 27: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
In their buildings, districts or cities, they are actors of this transition coming from below. Is it a real revolution in the green economy or just militants putting some green into their businesses? We will attempt to answer the question!
> En route to the COP22. Wednesday 28: 11.30am – 12.30pm
A few hours from the closure of Climate Chance, let's look towards Marrakesh where the next COP will be held. What path has been travelled for civil society since the COP21? Do those people that were mobilised in Paris last year intend to have another go next November?