6 projects awarded on Luxembourg Sustainability Forum
The “People’s Vote Projects” prizes were awarded during the Luxembourg Sustainability Forum 2017. With 100 seconds each, the 18 organizations presented their innovative practices relating to the Third Industrial Revolution. The Forum’s audience voted in real time.
The Prize winners:
Energy: Creos – deployment of 800 public charging stations
Mobility: PwC – Carpooling
Building: Coeba, Dave Lefèvre et Associés – Natural Materials’ return
Food: OUNI – zero packaging
Industry: AMA Mundu Technologies – When agricultural effluents are transformed into pure water and recoverable material
Finance: Microlux – First microfinance institution in Luxembourg
All pitch was very creative and they all clearly demonstrated that the Third Industrial Revolution is already in progress in Luxembourg.
Third Industrial Revolution: from theory to practice
IMS Luxembourg would like to support its members in the implementation of concrete measures tied to this strategic framework, thus promoting best practices across its network. To do so, IMS is organising six innovative events throughout 2018 and 2019. The first interactive workshop will take place on the 14th of March on the Food thematic. Read more...
Luxembourg honored at HEC Paris
Last 19th of October, HEC Paris' Society & Organizations (SnO) Center and HEC Alumni organised their annual conference: “Alliances for Cities in Transition”. Shedding light on multi-actor initiatives that aim to build the sustainable, inclusive and resilient territories of tomorrow, HEC Paris invited IMS Luxembourg to organise and moderate a panel showcasing the Third Industrial Revolution in the Grand-Duchy. More information HERE.
The Third Industrial Revolution Luxembourg:
Today, a transition is underway, heading towards a real paradigm shift, and Luxembourg is the first country to prepare for the change at the national level. In September 2015, the Ministry of Economy, the Chamber of Commerce and IMS Luxembourg launched the project “Third Industrial Revolution” in Luxembourg. The project, inspired by the social and economic theories of Jeremy Rifkin, aims to make the existing economic model more sustainable and interconnected for future generations by working with ICT, energy and transport as part of an intelligent network. The Grand-Duchy as such becomes the ideal testing ground to try out the different innovative strategies on a real scale and on a national level. The project and the resulting strategies were the outcome of a one-year long participatory process which involved more than 300 national and international socio-economic stakeholders. The results of the Strategic Study on the Third Industrial Revolution in Luxembourg and the first 9 measures adopted by the Council of the Government were officially presented at the Luxembourg Sustainability Forum on the 14th of November 2016.
Discover the documentary fiction that was broadcasted during the Luxembourg Sustainability Forum 2016:
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