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Teach climate change issues to future talents in French and international schools around the world.

TAKE ACTION WITH YOUNG GENERATIONS WHO WILL BUILD WITH US THE WORLD OF TOMORROW

"Future exists to be changed."

Paulo Coelho

UNDERSTAND

Thanks to our partnership with Avenir Climatique, we present the energy in a simple way. What it allows, and how much we are dependent on it in our daily life in this modern world. We talk about ways of producing energy, especially through the burning of fossil fuels, its consequences and what we have left. In addition, we talk about climate change as a whole, from climate and greenhouse gas definitions to IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) scientists forecast, based on our needs, production and emissions. We end with a questions/answers session. The training will be available online for reviewing because we will practice what we have learnt during the second module! 

PRACTICE 

We are applying knowledge learnt during the first module with a game called La Fresque du Climat (The climate collage). It’s a playful, participatory and creative workshop about climate change, based on collaborative intelligence. In 3 hours, it allows a group of 10 to 50 people to have an introduction on scientist statement and climate change impacts, as presented in the last IPCC report. It works very simply: in teams, students have to find causes and effect links between the different components of climate change. It goes from human activities and used energy to climate refugees, temperature rise and melting of the glaciers.  

TAKE ACTION

After those two courses, students want to get involved, take concrete actions, start to change things. But, where to start in front of this huge issue? On what to concentrate to have the maximum of impact? This is the objective of the carbon footprint: at your scale, calculate your own impact on the planet and know specifically on which field you have to act and change. Following this test, we present tomorrow's jobs in many sectors like renewable energies, circular economy, green finance... You know how to change the world! Finally, we get students in touch with local actors of sustainable development and our partners, like makesense, a worldwide community of citizens and social entrepreneurs that helps in taking action. 

A METHOD IN 3 STEPS

Based on pedagogic content approved by French National Education and already used in schools in France 

Module 1

Theoretical course 

The basics to understand
energy and climate

Module 2 

Practical course

Implementation with
knowledge games

Module 3

Taking action

Carbon footprint:
How to act to be efficient?
Jobs, to prepare the future! 

After the training

‣ Delivery of content and tools for continuing raising awareness after the training

‣ Concrete actions with local actors of sustainable development

OUR OBJECTIVE
SENSITIZE ALL AROUND THE WORLD

TEAMS 2019 - 2020

SOUTHERN EUROPE

ACT NOW FOR TOMORROW

Ambassadors

In front of the climate change issues, those three students from the ENC3 engineer school, Stevan Théo & Antoine decided to lauch their project. Crossing Europe by bike, and stop into french schools to teach Talents For Future methodology. They managed to raise fund and go instead of Covid 19 restrictons. In total they made 4000 km by bike and 5000 km by train and visited 5 french colleges :Lisbon, Porto, Bilbao, Amsterdam & Oslo.

Their website : THERE 

CENTRAL EUROPE

MAKE SENSE FOR FUTURE

Ambassadors

Mandy, Paul, Estelle and Angeline are three students from ENC3 engineer School. They have between 21 and 23 years old. They launched their project and raised funds since a year. They are passionate about environment and the development of teaching methods for the youngest. They have trained pupils from the first grade on energy and climate issues, connected with local families and sleeped in the tent. They have visited 7 french schools by train with a low carbon journey objective - More than 7000 km traveled!

Presentation of their project: THERE

EUROPE / MIDDLE EAST

VESSA GREEN

Ambassadors

Octave, Valentin, Axel, Felix, Yoann are 5 students from ENC3. Initially they wanted to go in Bolivia, for Talents For Future but also for repairing a wind turbine, carrying out a technical study to allow the establishment of a water supply network in the town of Anufani. Because of the COVID 19, the five adventurers had to stay in Europe with but did not give up so far: the training was given in French Schools and in the French alliances in all country crossed. More than 1000 students were trained by the team.

SOUTHEAST ASIA

VIOLETTE AND CHARLIE

Training Managers

Violette et Charlie, architect and engineer specialised in energies, moved to New-Zealand 2 years ago after their studies. Sport and nature lovers, committed to be part of the battle against climate change, they gave themselves a crazy challenge : go back to France sailing and cycling only. On their way back, extra-motivated, they will cycle from schools to schools through Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Middle East and Europe, in order to sensitize and engage the new generation. The project is called Antipode Sans Carbone. 

NORTH EUROPE

CAMILLE & SEBASTIEN

Training Managers

Camille is a journalist and Sébastien is an engineer. They both decided to take a sabbatical year to do this project: educating young people about climate change and traveling, going on an adventure without carbon impact! They choosed the bicycle and left despite of the COVID 19 restructions. In the end, they went to 4 French schools and teachd to more then 1,500 students! Nowadays they continue to provide video training in schools and town halls, and they spend time to train future Talents For Future volunteers. 

Their website: THERE

NORTH EUROPE

CAMILLE & SEBASTIEN

Training Managers

Camille is a journalist and Sébastien is an engineer. They both decided to take a sabbatical year to do this project: educating young people about climate change and traveling, going on an adventure without carbon impact! They choosed the bicycle and left despite of the COVID 19 restructions. In the end, they went to 4 French schools and teachd to more then 1,500 students! Nowadays they continue to provide video training in schools and town halls, and they spend time to train future Talents For Future volunteers. 

Their website: THERE

TEAMS 2019 - 2020

SOUTHERN EUROPE

ACT NOW FOR TOMORROW

Ambassadors

In front of the climate change issues, those three students from the ENC3 engineer school, Stevan Théo & Antoine decided to lauch their project. Crossing Europe by bike, and stop into french schools to teach Talents For Future methodology. They managed to raise fund and go instead of Covid 19 restrictons. In total they made 4000 km by bike and 5000 km by train and visited 5 french colleges :Lisbon, Porto, Bilbao, Amsterdam & Oslo.

Their website : THERE 

CENTRAL EUROPE

MAKE SENSE FOR FUTURE

Ambassadors

Mandy, Paul, Estelle and Angeline are three students from ENC3 engineer School. They have between 21 and 23 years old. They launched their project and raised funds since a year. They are passionate about environment and the development of teaching methods for the youngest. They have trained pupils from the first grade on energy and climate issues, connected with local families and sleeped in the tent. They have visited 7 french schools by train with a low carbon journey objective - More than 7000 km traveled!

Presentation of their project: THERE

EUROPE / MIDDLE EAST

VESSA GREEN

Ambassadors

Octave, Valentin, Axel, Felix, Yoann are 5 students from ENC3. Initially they wanted to go in Bolivia, for Talents For Future but also for repairing a wind turbine, carrying out a technical study to allow the establishment of a water supply network in the town of Anufani. Because of the COVID 19, the five adventurers had to stay in Europe with but did not give up so far: the training was given in French Schools and in the French alliances in all country crossed. More than 1000 students were trained by the team.

SOUTHEAST ASIA

VIOLETTE AND CHARLIE

Training Managers

Violette et Charlie, architect and engineer specialised in energies, moved to New-Zealand 2 years ago after their studies. Sport and nature lovers, committed to be part of the battle against climate change, they gave themselves a crazy challenge : go back to France sailing and cycling only. On their way back, extra-motivated, they will cycle from schools to schools through Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Middle East and Europe, in order to sensitize and engage the new generation. The project is called Antipode Sans Carbone. 

NORTH EUROPE

CAMILLE & SEBASTIEN

Training Managers

Camille is a journalist and Sébastien is an engineer. They both decided to take a sabbatical year to do this project: educating young people about climate change and traveling, going on an adventure without carbon impact! They choosed the bicycle and left despite of the COVID 19 restructions. In the end, they went to 4 French schools and teachd to more then 1,500 students! Nowadays they continue to provide video training in schools and town halls, and they spend time to train future Talents For Future volunteers. 

Their website: THERE

TEAMS 2019 - 2020

FRANCE, BELGIUM AND SWITZERLAND

JUSTINE

Training manager

In front of climate change issues, Justine is convinced that everyone can act at his own level to have an impact and that young adults will be an incredible force of this change. Driven by the passion of transmission, she is looking forward to training tomorrow talents to climate change issues all around Switzerland.

Her project Be the change 

FRANCE, BELGIUM AND SWITZERLAND

PAULINE

Founder of Talents For Future

Pauline has done a first French schools abroad tour in 2013 to help students making their academic and professional choices. She has decided to go again and talk about the subject the most important to her: taking care of the environment. Trained to Fresque du Climat and Avenir Climatique pedagogic methods, her objective is to communicate her knowledge to new generations.

EUROPE / MIDDLE EAST

GERALDINE

Training manager

Back from a year traveling in South America and India, Géraldine realised there that a lot of populations didn't have the chance to know and learn about climate change issues that are already affecting their daily life. Passionate about traveling and convinced that awareness and education are the triggers to take action, she has decided to travel the world again, with a project that allows her to have a real impact on people and the planet. Involved daily in reducing her environmental footprint, her journey from Paris to Tehran will be without flying and zero waste! 

SOUTHEAST ASIA

VIOLETTE AND CHARLIE

Ambassadors

Violette et Charlie, architect and engineer specialised in energies, moved to New-Zealand 2 years ago after their studies. Sport and nature lovers, committed to be part of the battle against climate change, they gave themselves a crazy challenge : go back to France sailing and cycling only. On their way back, extra-motivated, they will cycle from schools to schools through Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Middle East and Europe, in order to sensitize and engage the new generation. The project is called Antipode Sans Carbone. 

LATIN AMERICA

ROXANE AND CHLOE

Ambassadresses

Las Hormigas, Chloé et Roxane, are two students from Toulouse passionated by the ecology and driven by an adventure spirit. They met at their school Sustainability organization where they have worked on several projects to reduce the ecological footprint of their campus and inform students about climage change crisis. Today at 22 years old, they start a new adventure with Talents For Future in order to mobilize students in Latin America aroudn climate change issues. 

AFRICA AND FRENCH WEST INDIES

LES 4 MATELOTS

Ambassadors

They are Charlotte, Côme, Camille et Paul, 4 energetic students in engineers school. They are sailing accross the Atlantic ocean, in order to promote the access to energy. They have 3 objectives:
1/ Install: they will bring electricity to a health center in the village Sine Saloum in Senegal
2/ Promote: they will create short video documentary about innovative and green solutions for the energy needs they encounter during their trip
3/ Raise awareness: they will train students about climate change issues and energetic transition in schools in Senegal and French West Indies
Follow them here www.4matelots.com 

TEAM 2018 - 2019

Southeast Asia

ESTELLE

Reporter

Estelle loves photography and video. She worked 4 years as a quality manager and project manager in food industry. Passionnate about nature and travel, sporty woman, she has decided to go on a 8 months trip pour enjoy her passions and support a project that makes sense. 

PAULINE

Training manager

Pauline has done a first French schools abroad tour in 2013 to help students making their academic and professional choices. She has decided to go again and talk about the subject the most important to her: taking care of the environment. Trained to Fresque du Climat and Avenir Climatique pedagogic methods, her objective is to communicate her knowledge to new generations. 

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