Understand the climate and transition issues, and take action!

Published on November 23, 2023 Updated on November 28, 2023

on the November 30, 2023

From 10:00 to 13:30

Campus Carlone

Campus Carlone

Meet the ecoresponsible mission of Université Côte d'Azur and the OTECCA at their stands on the Campus Carlone from 10:00 to 13:30 !

On Thursday November 30th, from 10:00 to 13:30 on the Campus Carlone !

  • Stands to raise awareness by the eco-responsible mission: Playful activities to help you understand the issues and take action.

  • Stand to raise awareness of the challenges of the transition in the Alpes-Maritimes with OTECCA. Come and find out more and build a fresco of the region's ecological transition challenges!

The eco-responsible campus and laboratories mission brings together the University's stakeholders to co-construct the eco-responsible and innovative university of tomorrow. The mission's approach is global: working together to change individual behaviour (at home and on campus), so that our organisations and institutions change in the long term. It seeks to inspire, support and facilitate innovative sustainable projects, in order to tackle environmental issues, while increasing the cohesion of all stakeholders.  
Throughout the year, a programme of workshops and events is open to the entire UniCA university community and occasionally to the general public.

As a science-society interface for the ecological and civic transition in the Alpes Maritimes, OTECCA (Observatory for the Ecological and Civic Transition of the Côte d'Azur) acts as a link between the academic world (researchers, scientific staff, students, etc.) and the extra-academic world (associations, local authorities, public players, etc.) through Participatory Action Research (PAR) projects in the region.
It acts both as a "Territorial Observatory" to identify, produce and share data to monitor the ecological transition in the region, and as a "Science Boutique" to incubate and support projects to increase the capacity for action of local players.

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