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New series of Podcasts on «The Future of Energy»
Podcasts 10/05/2023

New series of Podcasts on «The Future of Energy»

A new series of podasts (in French only) on The Future of Energy hosted by writer Erik Orsenna, beginning with Olivier Sala, Philosopher André Comte Sponville and Koenraad Debackere, a member of ENGIE's Scientific Council. With Challenges & Sciences et Avenir. 

French writer and reporter Erik Orsenna welcomes 12 actors of change for 12 free conversations about the future. (Podcasts in French only)

At all scales, energy is the engine of life, from the single cell to our planet. We have become the spoiled children of coal and oil. But along the way, we have forgotten one essential thing: these energies have a cost and an impact on the environment. Climate change is happening and we all feel the urgency of it.

Supported by ENGIE, the french magazines Challenges and Sciences & Avenir have decided to take stock of all the new energy resources, because the solution is not unique but multiple.

Isn't finding within science the right answers to our needs the greatest challenge of all? 


From 11 May, French writer and reporter Erik Orsenna welcomes 12 actors of change for 12 free conversations about the future. 


Emma Haziza, Hydrologist: "The link between water and energy"

> Listen to the podcast (in French)

> Read the interview (in english)


Etienne Klein, Director of Research at the CEA: "Understanding energy through the laws of physics"

> Listen to the podcast (in French) 

> Read the interview in english


Carole Delga, President of the Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée Region, and President of Régions de France: "How are local elected representatives getting to grips with the energy transition in the regions?"

> Listen to the podcast (in French)

> Read the interview (In english) 





  • Nicolas Bouzou, essayist specialising in economics and founder of the research firm Asterès: "An economist's view of low-carbon solutions".