Luc Rigouzzo, Founding Partner of Amethis, attended the global forum Convergences on September 6th 2016 in Paris, to participate in a panel on access to water and energy in developing cities.
Moderated by Patrice Fonlladosa, President of Veolia Africa and Veolia Middle-East and President of the think-tank (Re)sources, the panel was composed of:
- Laurence Breton-Moyet, COO at the French Development Agency
- Laure Criqui, Researcher in urban development at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations
- Pierre Jacquemot, President of GRET,
- Gilbert Houngbo, Deputy Director-General for Field Operations & Partnerships at the International Labor Organization, former Prime Minister of Togo and former Director of UNDP Africa
About the Convergences Forum
Each year since 2008, the Global Convergences Forum is a unique platform for convergences between public, and solidarity-based actors who commit to developing a world with “Zero Exclusion, Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty”. This 9th edition of the Global Convergences Forum reunited 8,000 participants and over 350 speakers from around the world in a rare platform for thought, promoting co-construction approaches with the aim of creating high impact and innovative partnerships.