E4C Student Challenge: "Vers une mobilité sans CO2"
Le centre interdisciplinaire Energy for Climate Center (E4C) de l'Institut Polytechnique de Paris lance un challenge aux étudiants de 9 institutions. Ce challenge s'adresse aux étudiants qui souhaitent réfléchir à des solutions liés à la réduction des émission de CO2 dans les transports d'au moins 50 % d'ici 2050, et ainsi de contribuer à la lutte contre le changement climatique.
Climate change is a top priority for United Nations, and it has become a challenge for many organizations and institutions dealing with climate change mitigation and adaptation. Currently, transport CO2 emissions are about 30 % in developed countries which represents about 23 % of the total man-made CO2 emissions worldwide.
The agreement to reduce transport CO2 emissions at least by 50% by 2050 is consensual.
This ambitious goal needs addressing key challenges such as:
- innovative transportation technologies,
- low carbon energy,
- improved transport infrastructure,
- consumer habits and information,
- legal instruments…
This challenge aims to address these problems with systemic innovative solution.
This challenge is a unique opportunity to design a project with a strong social impact, while acquiring an interdisciplinary teamwork experience: an asset for your professional life!
More than a hundred students were welcomed for the last edition, divided into groups of 4 to 7, and coming from 9 Grandes Ecoles and Universities.
Some institutions will take this project into account for the validation of credits/projects within the framework of your curriculum.