Accra, Ghana - For its 2nd edition, this African climate summit brought together 2,000 non-state actors (communities, businesses, NGOs, researchers) on the theme of "African territories committed to the fight against climate change" from 16 to 18 October.
Brunswick, a city with a population of 250,000 in Lower Saxony, northern Germany, has granted a 20-year concession for Veolia to operate its electricity and gas networks.
The documentary ‘À quatre mains’, which will be aired on 15 October on France 5, presents the paths of four trainer-apprentice pairs in industry, craft trades, skilled trades, and services.
In response to the increasing frequency and intensity of disasters that impede progress in sustainable development, the 2019 theme is "reduce disaster damage to critical infrastructure and disruption services".
Pierre Victoria, Veolia's Director of Sustainable Development, spoke at the round table about "the urgency of the ecological transition for the territories".
The Veolia Institute has just published a new issue of Facts Reports on the theme of urban agriculture.
Veolia's 5th International Health and Safety at Work Week began across the world on 16 September. Under the slogan "Act for a better tomorrow", this year the Group addressed the concept of safety through behaviour with a campaign entitled "Observing is Caring".
The Climate Week is being held in New York from 21 to 23 September. Among the many events organized, Veolia participated in the event organized by The Nature Conservancy on "The large-scale deployment of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) in all sectors".
Included in the DJSI for the 3rd consecutive year, Veolia is ranked 2nd among the 41 companies in the Multi and Water Utilities sector. Recognition of the Group's leadership in sustainable development.