On May 18, 2011, a work meeting on Jacques Chirac's commitment to the environment was held at the National Assembly. Organized under the initiative of Bertrand Landrieu, President of the "Avec le Président Chirac" association, the day long discussion is the preparatory phase for a future conference on the subject.
Center of Social Excellence of the Congo basin forests
With the support of the ONF International (Office National des Forêts International), the commune of Foumban in Cameroun, has implemented a project that allows women to fight against climate change. The Fondation Chirac applauds and encourages this initiative.
On May 11, 2011, at Eden St. Michel, in Yaounde, Cameroon, members of the Center of Social Excellence’s third graduating class, dubbed Mungulu, received their CSE diplomas in social forestry in front of an audience of 60 people, including family, friends, CSE alumni (graduating classes Pionneer and Moabi), several teachers, and various partners.
Montpelier SupAgro set up a new Master "innovations et politiques pour une alimentation durable"
On June 6, 2011 to Paris, La Tribune, the French daily newspaper, and its partners will reward the company they deem the most "committed" to social progress.
On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the association "Avec le Président Chirac" is organizing an open conference on Jacques Chirac's commitments to environmental issues, both in France and within the international community.
In June, the Biso na Biso radio (BNB) will be two years old and boasts a positive track record. The Congolaise Industrielle du Bois, partner of the Fondation Chirac and the World Bank in this project, owes its FSC certification in part to the radio.
Monday, May 2, 2011, Maître Stéphane Zecevic and Maître Abdoulaye Harissou will be Emmanuelle Bastide's guests on the radio show, 7 milliards de voisins.
Daniel Nahon: How to feed the world tomorrow? - Former President of the CIRAD and Professor of Biosciences, he outlines the issues raised by the challenge that we must all face together.
Convinced that secure land tenure is one of the pillars of development, the Higher Council of Notaries is raising awareness in Francophone countries about this sensitive issue.