For all participants present on Tuesday, 27 September or for the three days of the Summit*,make sure you are at La Cité from 7.00 pm for a festive evening!
After a moment for eating and exchanges, you can watch the cinema-concert, "The House We Live In"** by the musical group, Bravery in Battle.
Then, it will be time to get moving on the dance floor (until 2.00 am)
Tuesday 27 September – 7.00pm
La Cité, the Nantes Events Center
*Registration for the evening is carried out from the on-line registration platform
**Subject to available places
With fiction, documentaries, shorts and more, there will be many films on the topic of climate and the environment in general, offering an artistic perspective that should provide food for discussion and thought. Climate Chance is working with Ekotopfilm Festival (International festival of sustainable development films, Slovakia) to offer a selection of films.
Ekotopfilm Festival has been held 43 times, making it the oldest event of its kind in the world. The festival is supported by numerous international organisations, such as UNEP and UNESCO. Each year, it puts on a programme including short and feature films from Slovakia and other countries, alongside which high-level conferences and discussions take place. The rich and high-quality programme focusses on sustainable living, environmental protection and conservation, as well as innovations that enable more efficient and more respectful use of natural resources.
We have decided to show you the films that won awards at the last festival (which ran from the 16th to the 20th of May 2016 in Bratislava):
GRAND PRIX – Prize of the Government of Slovak Republic
LIFE ON US de PIERRE-FRANCOIS GAUDRY
Prize of the President of Slovak Republic
DESERT ROSE de MICHAL RYBANSKÝ
Main Prize in the Category A – Science and Technology
Prize of the Ministry of Economy
MICROBIRTH de TONI HARMAN
Main Prize in the Category B – Nature and Natural Science
Prize of the Ministry of Environment
MAKING AN ANCIENT FOREST de RITA SCHLAMBERGER
Main Prize in the Category C – Technology Success Stories
Prize of the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development
WATERBACKPACK PAUL de MIRIAM STEEN
Main Prize in the Category D – Human Activity Success Stories
Prize of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
CHINA CLOSE-UP - FREE LUNCH de CK MAK
Main Prize in the Category E – Current Affairs
Prize of the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family
SOMEWHERE OUT THERE - DHAKA TANNERIES de CHUN KUAN WOO
Main Prize in the Category F – Children and Youth
Prize of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport
MY GRANDFATHER WAS A CHERRY TREE de OLGA POLIEKTOVA, TATIANA POLIEKTOVA
Main Prize in the Category G – Short Films
Prize of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
CITY'S STEP CHILD AND THE DUMP HILL DREAMS de PRANAB AICH
Prize of the Ministry of Justice
ZDF ZOOM: DIRTY GOLD de HALIM HOSNY
Prize of the Self Governing Region Bratislava
LIFE IN FLAMES de MANUEL H. MARTÍN
Prize of the Mayor of Capital City Bratislava
NATURE: SNOW MONKEYS de THIRTEEN PRODUCTIONS
Prize of the Mayor of Banská Bystrica
ULIN de LEO PLUNKETT
Prize of the International Jury
BYCATCH de BORIS JOHANNES DE KEYSER
Prize of the President of the Festival Committee
PLANET E.: A TOXIC SUSPICION - ETHOXYQUIN AND ITS TRACES de MICHAEL WIEDEMANN
Prize of the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry
HAPPY RAIN de ISABELLE GOUPIL
Prize of the Slovak Environmental Agency
SAFARI TOURISM: PAYING TO KILL de OLIVIA MOKIEJEWSKI
Prize of the General Partner NATUR-PACK
BAOBABS BETWEEN LAND AND SEA de CORNU CYRILLE
Prize of the Official Partner DB Schenker
GAIA - THE BIG MOTHER de XAVIER BERENGUER
Prize of the Main Advertising Partner Effectivity POWERED BY PUBLICIS
WE LIVE UNDERWATER de HENDRIK S. SCHMITT
Prize of the Main Advertising Partner Hotel Tatra
FREEDOM, THE LEGEND OF THE EAGLES de MURIEL / JACQUES-OLIVIER BARRA / TRAVERS
FORGET SHORTER SHOWERS de JORDAN BROWN
Find Place to B live on the Climate Chance media plateau during the three days of the global climate actors' summit that will take place in Nantes from 26 to 28 September 2016.
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?