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(Fausses) Solutions COP21 - un guide

'Solutions COP21' est un grand événement sponsorisée par des multinationales pour verdir leur image et atteindre les politiciens.

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‘Solutions COP21’ est un salon sponsorisé par des multinationales, coincidant avec le sommet de l’ONU sur le climat de Paris. Une chance pour ces entreprises de promouvoir d’improbables remèdes technologiques au changement climatique. (Fausses) Solutions COP21 a pour seul but d’assurer la pérennité de modèles économiques délétères, qui générent des profi ts à ces entreprises tout en détruisant le climat, l’environnement et les moyens de subsistance de nombreuses communautés.

Parmis les partenaires de Solutions COP21, de grandes entreprises aux bilans douteux tant pour la planète que pour ses habitants, telles que GDF Suez (Engie), Coca-Cola, Renault-Nissan, Avril/Sofi proteol et Suez Environment.

Avec 50000 visiteurs attendus et 250 conférences, le site internet de Solutions COP21 nous invite à

"VENIR VIVRE L’EXPÉRIENCE CLIMAT AU GRAND PALAIS”

Et nous, nous disons :


IL FAUT DÉNONCER LE PROGRAMME DES ENTREPRISES DERRIÈRE ‘SOLUTIONS COP21’

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