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Veolia is participating in "Girls on the Move Week" organized by the “Elles Bougent” association, a Group partner, as part of International Women's Day. This international initiative aims to boost gender mixing in industry. Veolia teams in 10 countries are taking action to introduce 1,000 girls and young women aged 12 to 24 to their technical and scientific professions.
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On the occasion of its Facts Reports’s publication on "Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in the city", the Veolia Institute organized a conference on 27 February in partnership with The Future Society. The debate brought together Nicolas Miailhe, president of The Future Society, Mathieu Saujot, coordinator of “the linking digital and ecological transitions initiative” at IDDRI, Julien Hendrickx, professor at the Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain, and Claire Falzone, CEO of Nova Veolia. The speakers suggested ways of taking advantage of this new industrial revolution in cities.
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The multipurpose training centre in Loumbila (CFPL) opened its doors at the beginning of the year. Funded by the Monaco Red Cross and managed by the Burkina Faso Red Cross, it benefits from Veolia's know-how in terms of access to water and wastewater management.
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Supported by the Veolia Foundation, the Tara Oceans expedition (2009-2013) collected plankton samples from all the world's oceans to establish a species and gene catalogue. By building the largest ever plankton ecosystem database, researchers crossed the threshold of 100 million listed genes – more than half of which were unknown at the time. The results were published in two papers for Nature Communications on 22 and 25 January 2018.
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In 2017, Veolia achieved revenue of €25,125 million, 4.9%[1] and 3.5% like- for-like growth. The fourth quarter demonstrated continued business momentum with faster revenue growth (+6.3%[1]).
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The RobecoSAM Sustainability Yearbook is the leading publication in CSR performance assessments based on the business indicators of companies.
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23 - 26 January, the 48th World Economic Forum in Davos brought together 70 heads of state and 3,000 economic decision-makers and association managers, focusing on the topic "Creating a shared future in a fractured world". Veolia proposes the creation of more inclusive solutions, involving all territorial stakeholders via a circular economy approach. Laurent Auguste, Veolia Director of Development, Innovation and Markets, and Dinah Louda, Executive Director of Institut Veolia, participated at this event.