Episode 1 – Green Vision : Travel through Tech odyssey
By Louise Schreiber, ESG Analyst at Mirova for technology sector
Launched on October 4th
In tech, every innovation comes with its share of environmental and social challenges. Establishing itself as a real lever for sustainable innovation without accentuating the issues of our century is a real epic for these companies.
Episode 2 – Green Vision : Restore health to society without sacrificing the planet
By Manon Salomez, ESG Analyst at Mirova for health sector
Launched on October 18th
Access to health is a fundamental right. How to direct investments towards companies in the health sector that offer solutions for all, while reducing the environmental impact of the industry ?
Episode 3 – Green Vision : Cultivating the breeding ground for tomorrow’s agriculture
By Hadrien Gaudin-Hamama, ESG Analyst at Mirova for resources sector
Launched on November 8th
Moving from intensive agriculture to agroecological and equitable practices that regenerate ecosystems and produce the food and materials of tomorrow is our future. How to identify the actors who cultivate the soil for tomorrow’s agriculture ?
Episode 4 – Green Vision : Construction and sustainable buildings : a site from today for tomorrow
By Eva L’Homme, ESG Analyst at Mirova for construction sector
Launched on November 22th
The need to build the infrastructures and buildings of tomorrow today is becoming increasingly important. How can industry players move the lines for a greener and more inclusive planet?
Episode 5 – Green Vision : On the road to low-carbon mobility
By Camille Barré, ESG Analyst at Mirova for mobility sector
Launched on December 6th
How can we make the right technological choices and adopt a risk management approach today over the entire life cycle of the car, for greener, quieter and smarter mobility tomorrow ?
Episode 6 – Green Vision : Fueling the renewal of the energy sector
BY Jean-Pierre Dmirdjian, ESG Analyst at Mirova for energy sector
Launched on December 20th
The energy sector plays a major role in global warming. However, there are many players who develop solutions for a more sustainable planet and they represent opportunities both from an ecological and economic point of view.