Find out who is blazing a trail in sustainable business and how you can be part of this transition at this half-day event to make the 10th anniversary of IMS Luxembourg.
Social responsibility in companies is entering a new era and this forum will look at some of the best practices out there and welcome some highly inspiring speakers.
Among the special guests will be extreme swimmer and UN ocean ambassador Lewis Pugh and climatologist Jean Jouzel. UN artist ambassador Natasha Tsakos will give an opening performance and participants will be able to view an exhibition of photos taken from space by Thomas Pesquet.
During the afternoon, prizes will be awarded for the People’s Vote Projects, awarding projects which actively apply principles laid out in Luxembourg’s Third Industrial Revolution strategy.
1.30 p.m.: Welcoming of participants
1.30 – 7 p.m.: Exhibition at Foyer, Our planet photographed from space by spaceman Thomas Pesquet
2 - 2.15 p.m.: Opening show in plenary room, Natasha Tsakos – UN artist ambassador
2.30 – 3.15 p.m.: Big Guest in plenary room, Jean Jouzel – Climatologist and glaciologist, ex-vice-president of IPCC’s scientific group, 2007 Peace Nobel Price
3.30 – 4.15 p.m.: Round table in plenary room – Sustainable development: what opportunities for Luxembourg? Results of survey IMS/TNS-Ilres/Liser – with Nicolas Schmit, minister of Work, Employement, Social Economy and Solidarity ; Ariane König, from University of Luxembourg; Charles Margue, from TNS Ilres; Marc Poncé, from Sodexo; Nicolas Poussing, from Liser and Nancy Thomas, from IMS Luxembourg.
4.30 – 5.30 p.m.: Third Industrial Revolution in plenary room – People’s Vote Projects: presentation of inspiring practices and public’s vote
5.45 – 6.30 p.m.: Big Testimony in plenary room, Lewis Pugh – ‘Achieving the impossible’, extreme swimmer and UN ocean ambassador
7 - 9 p.m.: Cocktail at foyer – Members IMS and VIP only