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Janvier - Décembre 2019

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    23/09 - 2019

    Are we truly capitalists?

    The version of capitalism that has dominated global markets for the last half-century is being rightfully questioned as never before. Whilst over a billion people have been pulled out of poverty over the... - read more

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    06/09 - 2019

    Cleaning up maritime transport

    Three per cent. That is the contribution of the maritime sector to total global carbon emissions. It doesn’t sound all that much for a sector that ensures 90% of world trade and whose ships spend most... - read more

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    28/08 - 2019

    My speech to Heads of States at the G7 Summit

    Dear President Macron, Excellencies, If I am here today in front of you, it is not because I flew around the world in a solar powered airplane but because I have proof that clean technologies exist and... - read more

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    22/08 - 2019

    Inequality is holding all of us back.

    On August 26th, 2019, I will be addressing Heads of States and government officials at the 45th G7 summit, in Biarritz, France. This year's edition will focus on fighting inequality in its many forms.... - read more

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    21/06 - 2019

    Will airline companies cause their own crash?

    The noose is tightening around the air transport industry and only airline companies can untie the knot. They would greatly benefit in the end by becoming actors rather than victims of change. When will... - read more

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    02/05 - 2019

    Coal once brought Europe together. Now, it’s the turn of clean energy.

    The European project was built upon the premise of safeguarding peace by creating the European Coal and Steel Community. Coming as it did in the aftermath of WWII, Robert Schuman’s plan was truly visionary.... - read more

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    21/03 - 2019

    My round-the-world balloon flight, or the end of a carefree era

    What were you doing on Sunday, March 21st, 1999? It was such a long time ago! And yet, many of you have told me that you remember that day as if it were yesterday... - read more

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    14/02 - 2019

    Can growth save our planet ?

    In 1901, Henry Dunant was awarded the first Nobel Peace Prize for the establishment of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the adoption of the Geneva Convention. Yet, this Swiss pioneer of... - read more

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    01/03 - 2019

    Relive the adventure !

    20 years ago, Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones took off with the Breitling Orbiter 3 to attempt the first non-stop round the World balloon flight.   It was March 1st 1999. “Baby One More Time” from Britney... - read more

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