The international Jury
Stéphane started out as a presenter and programmer for "free" radio stations in Normandy.
After graduating from Sup de Pub, he joined Avenir France in 1990, then Avenir Europe as marketing director. From 1998 to 2010, Stéphane was deputy director of the Syndicat national de la publicité télévisée (SNPTV).
Since 2010, he has been Director General of the French Advertising Regulatory Authority (ARPP). In this capacity, he is a Director of the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA), a member of the Marketing and Advertising Commission of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and a Director of the International Council for Advertising Self-Regulation (ICAS).
He has also been Chairman of Thalie Santé since 2022, and a Director of the Présanse network.
He was also a director for 20 years of the Organisme Paritaire Collecteur devenu Opérateur de Compétences (AFDAS), particularly in the field of advertising.
Since July 2019, he has been a director of Media Institute, the leading training organization in digital communication, marketing and media.
He chairs La Fabrique des Formats, which brings together a range of monitoring, training and expertise services to support producers, and an investment fund dedicated to financing the creation and development of innovative format projects.
He is also a director of the Union francophone and a member of La Villa Numeris.
Executive Managing Director - Kantar Media
Since joining Kantar in 1994, Denis Gaucher has held a number of management positions within Kantar, giving him a thorough understanding of the media world.
Appointed Global CIO of the Media division in 2002, he led the worldwide deployment of digital innovations and solutions. In 2010, he then led the merger of the creative monitoring, advertising investment and media planning activities in France to create a single entity focused on advertising innovation.
In 2013, he took over responsibility for the European advertising business.
Since 2017, Denis Gaucher is Executive Managing Director of Kantar Media in France.
He is a graduate of ESIEA.
Sidièse Agency & AACC
University educated, professor of history, former sales manager of Fuzzy Communication. After five years in this agency specialising in the animation of sales networks, Gildas created Sidièse, a communication agency committed to the subject of the responsibility of brands and organisations. President of the sustainable development commission of the AACC (Association of Communication Consultancy Agencies) and member of the CPP (Joint Advertising Council), he is also a leader of the Adwiser collective.
He advises major companies and organisations and participates in various inter-professional and associative works (Colibris Movement, Laurette Fugain Association).
Co-founder of ACT-Responsible
Sophie Guérinet is responsible for the content and selection of the best social and environmental campaigns that she identifies in the world. She is the link between agencies and associations. She is also co-founder and leader of the Club NGAd, which brings together more than forty Communications Directors from the largest French associations. She has served on the juries of several creative awards (Care Awards, Epica, NG'Ad Grand Cristal, Les Trophée de la Com and the Creative Awards) and is now delighted to join the jury of the Deauville Green Awards 2019. Sophie is also a certified coach in professional accompaniment. Graduated in Sociology at Paris X and in Human Resources at IGS, she started her career in HR at Robert Laffont before joining AdForum in the USA in 2001 and ACT Responsible in 2006.
Director of operations, Université de la Terre
Trained as a logistics engineer, Mylène NETANGE has been federating networks around sustainable development and the social and environmental responsibility of organizations for nearly 20 years. She sets up and creates major events for the general public, business leaders, young people and women, bringing together thousands of people (the University of the Earth, the Parliament of the Entrepreneurs of the Future, the Youth Parliament, the Parliament of the Feminine...). Through targeted communication actions and collective intelligence, she coordinates the stakeholders concerned by the transformation of society. Curious, adventurous, and a fan of activities, from the great outdoors to mindfulness, from meditation to scuba diving, her leitmotiv is to give people the opportunity to see, hear, and play in order to enjoy learning.
Beginning his career as a journalist, Didier perfected his skills in public relations and joined a large industrial group community to serve as head of corporate communications. After two years as Board Director at Image & Strategy, he created his own communications agency: MediaStyle. Didier graduated from Sciences Po Paris with a BA in History and a holds a Masters in Communication Law.
Ministry of Social Affairs
Senior civil servant in charge of sustainable development at the Ministry of Social Affairs, Previous Vice-President of "Public Communication"
Prefigurator, then first head of the Delegation for Information and Communication of the Social Ministries from 2005 to 2013, Laurent SETTON, enarque (1986, promotion Denis Diderot), began his career as deputy head, then head of the mission "Professional Insertion" at the Delegation for Employment in 1986.
Head of the "Employment Promotion" mission at the Delegation for Employment in 1990, he then left for the Ministry of Culture, Head of the Department of Public Affairs, Educational Action and Cultural Dissemination at the Direction des Musées de France in 1991, as part of his mobility.
Deputy Director of Communication at the Ministry of Employment from 1994 to 2001, he was then Deputy Head of the Department of Labor Relations at the same Ministry from 2001 to 2005.
He was head of the Information and Communication Department at the Ministry of Health and Solidarity from 2005 to 2007.
He has been a senior official in charge of sustainable development with the Secretary General of the Ministries in charge of Social Affairs since 2015 and also in charge of the functions of senior official for equal rights between women and men, with the same Secretary General since late 2017.
Since 2017, he has been organizing the General Secretariat's meetings for the agents of the ministries.
He was also administrator from 2005 to 2020 and Vice President from November 2014 to the end of 2020, of the association Communication Publique, which brings together nearly 250 heads of communication of institutions, local authorities and public organizations.
In this capacity, he was the coordinator since 2016 of the Entretiens de Communication Publique, which aim each year to highlight the role of communication in the definition and implementation of public policies.
Zenith (Publicis Media agency)
CSR & Innovation Strategist at Zenith (Publicis Media agency)
I have more than 15 years of experience in media agencies, I first started in client consulting by accompanying major accounts on their communication strategy on very varied sectors (Unilever, Nestlé, Engie, Kering, BPCE, l'Oréal, Longchamp, etc). Since 2017, I have held a cross-functional position within the strategic planning department of Zenith, a Publicis Media agency, with a first mission on the digital transformation of the agency and, since 2019, the ambition to carry the CSR policy of the group within Publicis Media, in particular by co-founding the Publicis Media Project, a think tank to co-construct more responsible advertising solutions.
A graduate of the IECS business school, I am passionate about innovation and sustainable development. I was trained in Change Management at ESSEC in 2016 and this year I have undertaken an MBA at the Leonard de Vinci Institute on CSR management and organizational performance.
With a degree in mathematics and a background in the humanities, Bernard Emsellem has practised the profession of communication in many different ways and under various responsibilities: consultant, associate director of Francom, president of TBWA Corporate, director of communication at SNCF. He was president of the association Communication Publique. He is the author of Capital Corporate (Editions Textuel - 2001) and Communication: why the message no longer gets across... (Editions François Bourin). He managed the SNCF's sustainable development policy for 5 years, and was vice-president of the SNCF Foundation.
Philologue, in charge of audiovisual at Colas
Philologue, in charge of audiovisual for the Colas Group (world leader in the construction, maintenance and upkeep of transport infrastructures). In this capacity, she monitors all of the Group's audiovisual productions, which have won more than twenty professional communication awards over the past ten years.
Brand & Impact Director
Sophie Roosen has a dual expertise in both marketing/communication and CSR. After a first part of her career in an agency and then in an advertiser's office in marketing and communication functions, she specialized in the sustainable development sector since 2008. The question of the impact of companies and their business models on society quickly became a central theme in her work.
Certified B Leader, Sophie Roosen has been Marketing and Communication Director for Dr. Hauschka France (Wala Heilmittel GmbH) before joining B Lab Europe in the animation and development of the SDG Action Manager program, to integrate the CSR department of AXA France and to join the Union des marques team in 2021. Appointed Brand and Impact Director in February 2022. Her mission is to continue the profound transformations initiated in recent years to communities dedicated to building the brand, such as the marketing, influence and Insights communities. She will naturally continue to develop the Responsible Communication and Marketing community and its FAIRe program, which now has 47 signatory companies.
Author, Director, Producer Matt la Prod
President of the association la Cie des réals
Author // Director // Producer Matt la Prod
Matthieu Lemaire, graduate in journalistic, audiovisual and multimedia communication, head of audiovisual projects in an advertising agency, then author-director for France Télévisions, is today at the head of MATT LA PROD co-founded in 2010. He deploys a large range of technical solutions and innovative concepts, cultivates its creativity and audacity while respecting the intention of its sponsors to produce original and tailor-made films, responding to the new challenges of corporate communication.
PRESIDENT OF TOP COM
Patrice Legendre, Math-sup,Math-spé, graduated from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion in 78, started his professional life in the audiovisual industry.
From 1975 to 1988, he directed and produced with CLAPMEDIA numerous films for cinema (short and feature films), television (documentary series) and communication (corporate films). Awarded several times in national and international festivals, he won the Grand Prix of the Biarritz Festival in 86.
In 1984, he founded L'Expression d'entreprise, now TOP/COM EXPRESSION, a magazine specialising in communication and created the "dircom" brand, which he registered at the INPI.
In 1995, he took over the TOP/COM brand and transformed the Deauville trade fair into a Congress in Paris with two annual meetings. In January, the TOP/COM GRANDS PRIX Corporate Business deals with institutional communication. In October, the TOP/COM Consumer is devoted to brands and consumer products.
In 1999, in order to involve agencies and advertisers, he created the TOP/COM Grand Prix. Their originality lies in the fact that they concern all the communication professions and invite the winners of the TOP/COM GRANDS PRIX to defend their case orally before a jury of advertisers.
At the end of 2009, he took over the GIBORY brand which has three activities: recruitment and M&A consulting with TOP/COM GIBORY Search and M&A as well as agency selection consulting with GIBORY.
In 2017, he launches a new event, LES GRANDS PRIX LES ANNONCEURS DE L'ANNEE.
of Social and Anthropological Documentaries
Antonio Cadierno Parodi
Director, Producer and Distributor of Social and Anthropological Documentaries
Antonio is the founder and President of AntropoDocs & Films S.L., an international Production and Distribution company in the field of Documentaries in Anthropology and Human being in his natural environment. He is also the founder (2010) and Director of the documentary Film Festival MAAM at the Anthropologist National Museum of Madrid, Spain.
He is spokesman of the Instituto Madrileño de Antropología, Delegate of the World Anthropological Council of Anthropological Associations, Member of the Scientific Committee of the “Visual Research Network” .University Professor on “Visual Anthropology and Transmedia'' at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
He is interested in the way transmedia storytelling embodies the cinematic language with the complex human information. As a distributor, he works with Arte, YLE, NHK, RTVE, PBS, Movistar +… among others As a producer his productions have been awarded (+50) at festivals like FIPA, IDFA, ASTRA, DOK LEIPZIG, DOCUMENTA, Hollywood Independent Documentary Awards, Sunny Side of the Doc and much more.
He is currently in the production of "LIKUIT" a Transmedia documentary series and docugame based on the cultural heritage on the use and management of WATER in old cultures.
Director of the "Génération Durable" Film Festival.
Director of the MJC de Bernay, an association for environmental education and sustainable development for 25 years.
Director of the Nature and Environment Film Festival "Génération Durable" for 10 years in Normandy (12,000 spectators in 2019).
Co-organizer of the regional scheme around the film "Tomorrow" by Mélanie Laurent and Cyril Dion. Educational scheme for 16-25 year olds in the Normandy region (since 2017, around a hundred schools and around 10,000 young participants).
Member of the film selection committee of the AlimenTerre festival (international event on sustainable and solidarity food).
Administrator of regional associations for environmental education and sustainable development (Cardere et Graine Normandie).
Knowledge Unit ARTE GEIE
Head of Science Category
Aurélie Marx studied Germanistics at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University and at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon. After teaching for a few years, she joined the Franco-German channel in the office of the president of ARTE France in Paris. In 2013, she joined the ARTE teams in Strasbourg, in the programming department and then as head of the digital platform ARTE Future. She then worked as a coordinator of the Sciences and Knowledge digital offer, which included programmes related to nature and the environment.
Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, Progam Director
After several years at the head of an eco-museum dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of forest heritage, Frédéric Poisson's career at Universcience (Cité des sciences et de l'industrie and Palais de la Découverte in Paris) has taken him from scientific animation to exhibition design at the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie. He then held the position of programme director in charge of cultural programming at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie.
He is now Director of the Delegation for Major Development Projects and Sustainable Development and is in charge of implementing major renovation projects for the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie and the Palais de la découverte, as well as the institution's social responsibility policy.
He also manages cultural engineering missions both in France and abroad, in the context of the renovation or creation of cultural and educational centres dedicated to science and innovation.
Founder of la Ferme du Bec Hellouin
In 2003 Perrine co-founded the Bec Hellouin Organic Farm. The first objective of this adventure was to feed her children with healthy products, made with the work of her hands. The farm has developed over the years and has received strong recognition, particularly thanks to the various scientific studies that have been conducted. The discovery of permaculture had a deep resonance for Perrine; she studied it in Japan, in England and in Cuba.
Then Perrine was a regional advisor of Haute-Normandie from 2010 to 2016, in charge of the development of organic agriculture. In this capacity, she collaborated with different actors of the agricultural world.
Her commitment to permaculture and society was recognized by her nomination to the order of Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite in 2018.
Perrine is also a permaculture speaker, teacher and consultant. She now devotes herself exclusively to these activities, participating in the growth of agro-ecology and food sovereignty of territories, the development of permaculture projects in business and the disclosure of permaculture principles in the workplace and for the general public.
She launched the "Adopt your Farm" movement and is developing "Solidarity Farming Systems".
sustainable development (Ministry of Culture)
Senior civil servant in charge of sustainable development at the Ministry of Culture
Olivier Lerude has a degree in history, a PhD in political science and is the State's chief urban architect. He is now a senior civil servant in charge of sustainable development at the Ministry of Culture, where he is responsible for the issues raised by sustainable development in the cultural field.
Through animation and awareness-raising activities, as well as through the management of operational projects such as the setting up of exhibitions, he tackles a wide range of themes concerning the living as a cultural issue, the circular economy, the creation facing the challenges of tomorrow's world, the ecological transition of the cultural industries, the adaptation of heritage to climate change, and sustainable architecture.
Positive impact communication
Catherine Reichert has spent most of her career in international groups in the tech and digital world. After having gained experience in marketing functions, Catherine turned to communication and took the digital train. Catherine was thus responsible for public relations for Monster's Southern Europe before taking over as head of Yahoo's corporate communications team for France and then Southern Europe. Catherine comes from CELSA.
She is very involved in the field of diversity and more specifically in gender equality. Catherine has never stopped strengthening her commitment by putting her convictions and expertise at the service of this cause. In 2017, she will manage the communication of La Journée de la Femme Digitale. Member of the steering committee of Toutes Femmes Toutes Communicantes, the women's network of Com-Ent, one of the most important associations of communication professions in France, she contributes to the elaboration and distribution of the Kit for a non-sexist communication and to the organisation of the 1st day against sexism.
Passionate about social issues, Catherine is convinced of the fundamental and strategic role that communication plays in the transformation of societies and businesses. A fervent advocate of diversity as a major source of progress, Catherine is convinced that everyone can, at their own level, play a role and make the world evolve positively.
Within a three decade long pro-advertising career, Rodney has created poignant film and photography for the past 20 years across the globe in support of international groups working to find sustainable solutions to challenging issues. He's been tasked with creating strong story and equally strong aesthetic - trusted in covering some of the 21st century’s most pressing global issues to include [2004 Southeast Asia Tsunami, the 2010 Haitian earthquake, the Somali/Kenya exodus, Ethiopian Famine, HIV/AIDS in East Africa, Kenya’s Ongoing Drought, Post-Genocide Rwanda, Women's Rights in Congo, Philippines typhoon Haiyan, Global Women's Health, Gender Equality to STEM/STEAM educational initiatives], consistently delivering frame-by-frame impact for clients from NGOs to the United Nations Foundation on international development, relief and advertising productions.
Rodney's assignments have stretched from Latin America to East Africa, the Indian Sub-Continent to Indochina with multiple projects throughout all regions,from the jungles of Cambodia to the arid desert lands of northern Kenya – remote locations along tributaries of the Amazon to conflict zones in Congo. Rodney enjoys dual disciplines as an award winning, recognized Photographer and Documentary film Director, working with known brands within the corporate marketing and communications sectors, both agency driven and client direct.
Film festival programmer, consultant and critic
Pascal Moret is associated with the adventure of La Belle Société Production in order to give himself the means to make films on themes that engage him with the general public. He has always worked for scientific culture because he knows how Science and Nature are linked and necessary to each other. He has always worked for business.
His developments focus on nature, bio-inspiration and sustainable development, new technologies and the transmission of knowledge.
He co-produced and directed :
-Le nanomonde, les pouvoirs cachés de la nature, a transmedia project composed of a documentary, a web series and a VR360 for broadcasting by Arte diffusion, UshuaiaTV, UniversciencesTV, Via Occitanie. He thanks Serge Berthier and Bernd Shorllhom for their scientific expertise in the development of the project.
-Employment and Cancer - A digital platform composed of a series of portraits on good professional practices during treatment for the Ligue contre le cancer,
-On behalf of Easyrecrue, they produce digital series useful for the promotion of Human Resources of several accounts.
He thanks all those who trusted him: Le Salon d'Automne, Easyrecrue, La ligue contre le cancer, Unverscience TV, CNRS, INSERM, France Télévision Éducation, CEEBIOS, Mairie de Senlis, Biomimicry Europa.
The teaser of his documentary project: Le Nanomonde , les pouvoirs cachés de la nature
He is a member of the Association Science et Télévision, a member of the SCAM, a member of the Cie des Réals.
Administrative and Financial Manager - Média Normandie
Yoann Mercier works as an administrative and financial manager at Media Normandy, a regional training center for library careers in the Normandy region. Média Normandie is a service of Normandie Université, a COMmunauté d'Universités et d'Etablissements (COMUE) of Normandy which includes the universities of Caen, Le Havre and Rouen and higher education and research institutions (ENSICAEN, INSA, ENSA...)
It is interested in the questions and the actions in the field of ecology, sustainable development, biodiversity which are diffused and set up in the libraries.
Furthermore, cinema is at the heart of his passions and he regularly attends the American Film Festival of Deauville.
Activist Filmmaker, Founder RECutopia
Gwen is a film director, musician and activist. He is best known for his documentary ACTIVIST and his production company, RECutopia | Eco-Productions.
A musician since childhood, he studied acoustic physics, then abandoned his studies to become a self-taught filmmaker. For 4 years, he was a volunteer videographer at the National Museum of Contemporary Arts in Greece, then with OnEstPrêt and the United Nations. In 2021, he founded RECutopia, to integrate sustainable practices in all his productions. This brought him the attention of EcoProd France. He directed the film of the COP2 Student with Camille Etienne, impacting +316,000 French students. This was followed by the production of the Climate Fresk international video. One day, 6 young people contacted him to film their trip to Europe and the initiatives they met. The result was exceptional: the idea of the film ACTIVIST was born. Finally, he manages the creation of a low-carbon post-production studio.
A Swiss Army knife of sound and image, he also remains a living man, a lover of encounters, in perpetual search of emotions, in the service of his commitments.
Sabine Guichet - Lebailly
Consultant in CSR and Environmental and Energy Transition
Consultant in Development and Management of decentralized cooperation projects
Involved in the construction and enlargement of the European Union since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the conflict in ex-Yugoslavia, her professional choices have always included the need for "relations with the other" and the common good.
She graduated from the University of Caen Normandie with a degree in intercultural management and is an expert in international youth projects and development. She trained in the use of intercultural mediation tools before working as a trainer for the Council of Europe in collaboration with the European Commission and the French Agency for the European Youth in Action program.
In 1999, she created the association OREADE (Organisation Européenne d'Accompagnement aux Développement à l'Est) and worked for 5 years to raise awareness among young Europeans and the public of Normandy about the need for European intercultural dialogue.
From 2005 to 2019 she held management positions within the Regional Council of Normandy. Head of department at the head of a team of 15 people, she implemented the Europe and International strategy of the Region for 14 years.
In 2020, decided to participate in the energy and environmental transition of Normandy, concerned by the challenges of climate change, she became an independent consultant. She now advises and accompanies Normandy's economic and institutional actors in their reflection towards a new, more local and more resilient development model, respecting the French commitments of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Together with employers' unions and large companies, in partnership with ADEME and the Normandy Region, she is leading the NEODD 2030 project, an association whose objective is the environmental and energy transition of Normandy's SMEs.
Marketing, conference and content director for Pollutec
With a Master's degree in Information and Communication and an Executive Master's degree in Digital Project Management, Vanessa has been working in the field of communication and marketing for over twenty years. After working for public and semi-public organizations, then for engineering firms in the environmental sector, Vanessa is now in charge of marketing, communication and content for the Pollutec trade show, the leading international trade show in the environmental and climate sector. To do this, she relies on a team of ecology enthusiasts and experts in their field (marketing and content). For four days, Pollutec brings together professionals from all sectors to present their innovative solutions to industrialists, local authorities and other economic players in order to meet the major global challenges of biodiversity erosion, pollution and climate change.
Its credo: do your part, like the hummingbird.
Journalist, Euronews (GERMANY)
Jutta Scheffer, began her career as a german journalist with the public broadcaster ARD. In 2000, she joined the editorial staff of the German service of Euronews in Lyon and became Head of Publishing and Producer. Currently in charge of external editorial relations at Euronews, she is in charge of programme and image sales, co-productions and programme exchanges with shareholder and partner channels.
Green Consulting at BLUECHILDFILM (Germany)
Korina Gutsche is a "green" consultant, teacher, speaker and advocate for sustainability and environment in media production since 2012. Korina teaches seminars for professionals and students on sustainable filmmaking throughout Germany and also works freelance as a production manager. Korina's professional habitat is nature and environmental film festivals, drawing attention to global issues through films such as the global climate crisis and achieving the 17 sustainability goals. Korina has over 30 years of experience as a project manager, environmental engineer and communications expert. When she was a student, she was an activist for the grassroots green movement "Ark", contributing to the creation of the Green Party in the former GDR (East Germany). In 2018 and 2019, she focused on transforming German art cinemas into more environmentally friendly organizations. From 2014 to 2019, she initiated and taught youth film workshops on green storytelling and climate-friendly film production, winning the GREEN SCREEN award, "Green Junior Report" in 2018. From 2013 to 2019, Korina curated green "Bike-screenings" at the UFA Fabrik Berlin and the CINEMARE International Ocean Film Festival. Korina serves on various sustainability panels and is a jury member of several film festivals. She is an advocate for peace, biodiversity and ocean conservation. Her motto is: We like to make sustainable films.
A childhood cradled and impregnated by the sea and adventure, by the open sea and the horizon have surely led me to appreciate the medium of photography with this desire clinging to my heart to bear witness to what makes sense for the best in a complex world and to bear witness to all its beauties! Contemplative, and admiring that life is a miracle!
In 1996, I trained in photography at the Iris Center and in audiovisual at the Sorbonne in Paris. I obtained the 1st Rolleiflex Prize. For seven years, I organized the Off of the Festival Chroniques Nomades in Honfleur as artistic director. In 1998, I travelled through India for the association Aide et Action, and captured the work of NGOs in favor of the schooling of underprivileged children. These photographic emotions mark the beginning of my professional career. Institutional commissions, reports, weddings, portraits and advertising shots enrich my experience.
After several years shared between India and France, with family and passion, I rest my bags in Normandy.
CSR Director of Publicis France
After almost 20 years with the Havas group and then Publicis, Caroline was appointed CSR Director of Publicis Conseil in 2016, a new position within the agency that has been moving towards CSR for some time.
In 2019, following the recognition of Publicis Conseil's CSR expertise, Caroline was appointed CSR Director of Publicis France, a new position creation. She is in charge of accelerating the CSR commitment in the 26 entities and with the 4500 employees of Publicis in France.
In addition, Caroline is VP of the AACC CSR Commission, a member of the CPP and Director of the 5th year Responsible Marketing and CSR Master's program at Sup de Pub from 2019 to 2022.
Director / Director of the international festival of environmental films in Chefchaouen (Morocco)
University trained, professor at the Ministry of National Education, general secretary of the ATED Association, holder of numerous diplomas in various fields (cinema, education and associative work). Director of award-winning educational short films, he has also made numerous reports on environmental and educational issues. Jury member in many festivals (cinema and theater). Trainer in various fields (cinematographic, educational and social). Certified consultant on the production and filming of interactive and digital (educational) courses.
World Health Organization
Project manager Art Impact For Health, World Health Organization
Isabelle WACHSMUTH, MSc, MPH is an expert in multi-sectoral institutional and human capacity building with 23 years of experience in an international network promoting and implementing knowledge management and collaborative intelligent solutions in both high and low income countries. She was Director of international advanced technology projects in private sector. She is currently responsible of the project Art Impact For Health (to contribute to Health For All) under the leadership of WHO General Director and manages for WHO several projects at the Universal Health Coverage and Life course Division, like the initiative Linguistic Collaborations through the networking and animation of Health Information For All Forums. She has contributed to several emergent areas in health system like genomic, palliative care, use of science in the improvement of healthcare service delivery, quality of care, health innovation, integrated people centred approaches and community engagement. Previously, she was project and communication manager of EVIPNet (Evidence Informed Policy Network) at the Knowledge Ethic and Research Department at WHO Headquarter for 7 years, designing and bringing to life its social network for helping policy-makers to make better decisions based on evidence and to establish sustainable partnerships and collaboration with others stakeholders. She has worked with the implementation of knowledge management and e-learning platforms for others projects in WHO and previously Vivendi Universal. She had also worked for UN Economic Commissions on Public private partnerships and renewable energies solutions.
Government advisor on sustainable economic growth and government reform (Germany/Spain)
Stephan has served and advised more than 15 Prime Ministers and Presidents in Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East & North Africa region on their national plans for zero carbon transition, as well as on questions of socio-economic development and modernisation of government. He is currently Senior Advisor with the Boston Consulting Group and at the board of AWR Lloyd. Before that, Stephan was the global head of the Tony Blair Government Advisory Group, associate partner with McKinsey & Co, as well as a consultant with the World Bank and the HIID.
Stephan has a foundation that plans to build a kind of "audiovisual Wikipedia for culturally endangered tribes and communities". Its objective is to collect, produce and provide digital access to cultural knowledge, traditions and practices for those communities who often rely on oral transmission and visual memories of their intangible cultural assets and whose cultures are today threatened through rapid social and environmental change.
Stephan has PhD in Theology from the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and an MPA in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School. He also studied filmmaking and photography at the New York Film academy and the IED Madrid.
Author and scriptwriter
After ten years working as a principal education advisor in a secondary school in Montreuil (93), Thierry Gaudin became a scriptwriter in 2005, working on animated series, which are great schools of writing, of discipline and of collective creation. Author of scripts of all formats - 7, 13, 26 and 52 minutes - he also moved on to directing and supervising pools of writers in 2009.
At the same time, in 2008 he created the series Family Spies in collaboration with the cartoonist Romain Ronzeau. The 7 volumes of the series are currently being republished by Bayard under the Bande D'ados label.
In 2018, he published a novel - Egaré, conseiller principal d'éducation année zéro - in which he recounts his experience in the National Education system.
For several years, he has also been writing and developing fiction and film projects and teaches dramaturgy and Bible development techniques at the Conservatoire Européen d'Ecriture Audiovisuelle (CEEA).
As part of a process of constructing "new narratives" staging the societal and ecological paradigm shift essential to the global crisis, he is particularly involved in two projects:
- A comic strip, again in collaboration with Romain Ronzeau, imagining a society in which ecological awareness and collective intelligence will have prevailed by the end of this century:
Les Enfants de l'Arbre, pre-published in the magazine Okapi in March 2023.
- A song and an animated clip to accompany and support the climate movements:
We are the Earth, released in September 2022.
Editor in Chief - La Réclame
After studying cinema at Paris 1, Xuoan Duquesne founded Raging. This digital agency has helped brands such as Netflix, Ben & Jerry's, Aramis Auto, Lipton or Gallimard in their digital communication and for some, CSR.
He then founded La Réclame, an inspirational media dedicated to creativity and trends for communication professionals, in agencies or at advertisers. CSR communication is undoubtedly the most transforming theme covered by La Réclame for the decades to come.
Communication and Patnership Officer , ID, L'Info Durable
Alizée is a young woman committed and curious about the world around her.
She is in charge of communication and partnership within the media ID, l'Info Durable - specialist of the ecological transition. She has always been sensitive to her environment and the nature that surrounds her. As a teenager, she joined various associations focused on human, fauna and flora. Attracted by communication and interpersonal relations, she also practiced theater for more than 15 years through various performances.
After obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Business Development/Entrepreneurship, she carries out various professional experiences and several trips with her backpack, during which she questions her way of life and her future perspectives. In 2019, she resumed her MBA 1 Communication and Marketing in alternation and integrated ecology in her daily life through several personal steps. At the end of her training, she focuses on a personal project that is close to her heart by creating an animal protection association. Once this project was launched and developed, she engaged in a civic service as a communication officer for the association Women Safe & Children. Following this experience, she wishes to continue to contribute her skills and grow alongside a company that shares her values and vision of the world and joins the adventure of ID, l'Info Durable.
Journalist for MEDIA+
Kevin Lheritier has been a journalist for Media+, a daily newspaper for media professionals, for five years. In charge of the interview section, he closely follows the evolution of the sector. Present for the third year at the Deauville Green Awards, he takes advantage of this moment to exchange with the different actors, broadcasters, producers, and project leaders.
Founder & CEO of Greenweez
Romain Roy is the founder and CEO of Greenweez. After training as an engineer at the Supélec power plant, he set up a first entrepreneurial project: G3Net. In 2008, Romain Roy embarked on a new project and decided to make organic and eco-responsible products accessible to all. Motivated by the challenge posed by the climate emergency to the food of tomorrow, the e-commerce platform Greenweez takes its first steps with the ambition to facilitate "better consumption". Through its advertisements and its various communications, Greenweez is committed to offering an uncomplicated vision of eco-responsibility and to accompanying its consumers in their daily commitments.
From an online organic grocery store, the company has grown to become the French and European leader in its sector. In 2021, it will become a company with a mission, notably nourished by CSR policies that have been present in the DNA of Greenweez and its builder since the beginning. It is also committed to the CEC (Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat).
Interdisciplinary postdoctoral researcher (climate-biodiversity)
Interdisciplinary postdoctoral researcher (climate-biodiversity)
Doctor in ecology, Timothée Fouqueray conducts research at the CNRS in Rennes in territorial prospective. It studies the adaptation of forest management to climate change, and the sustainable management of agricultural territories. To do this, it proposes interdisciplinary approaches that combine socio-economic analyses and modelling of the impacts of different ecosystem management practices. Concretely, this takes the form of participatory workshops where foresters, elected officials, farmers, and of course inhabitants gather around a digital mapping of the forest or agro-systems (eg: serious games).
Because of his interest in interdisciplinarity, Timothée is also involved in dialogues between research and society, particularly through art. It focuses on these topics in the evaluation of the Intergovernmental Science and Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) on transformative change, or in collaborations with Quebec artists ("Social Climate" project of UQO).
Member Expert of the IPCC
Doctor Benoit Laignel is Professor at the University of Rouen Normandy in the CNRS UMR 6143 M2C Research Laboratory (Continental and Coastal Morphodynamics) and Department of Geosciences and Environment since 2004 (Senior Lecturer from 1998 to 2004); Associate Professor at Senghor University of Alexandria (Egypt) since 2010; Associate Researcher at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (2018-2019).
He obtained a PhD in 1997, then an Habilitation to Direct Research in 2003, in Geosciences and Environment, from the University of Rouen.
Professor Laignel is a member of several international, national and regional scientific networks:
- Member/Expert of the IPCC/GIEC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change),
- Member of the Friend network of the International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO,
- Member of the Science Team of the SWOT satellite mission (1Ga € programme CNES, NASA, ECSA & UKSA) and Coordinator on coastal and estuarine areas,
- Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the Water and Climate Network in the Maghreb,
- Member of the Mission régionale d'autorité environnementale (MRAe) appointed by the Minister for the Environment, Energy and the Sea (2016 to 2019),
- Co-Chairman of the Normandy IPCC at the initiative of the Normandy Region,
- President of the local IPCC of the Metropolis of Rouen Normandy within the framework of the local COP 21 of the Metropolis in partnership with WWF and ADEME.
Professor Laignel has participated or is currently participating in 42 scientific programmes (16 as coordinator, 11 International, 11 National, 11 Inter-Regional, 9 Regional). He has published 90 articles, including 70 in indexed international journals and has participated in 145 communications at national and international conferences and has given 50 guest lectures.
His research topics include: climate change and water resources and hazards/risks (flooding, erosion), monitoring of coastal and estuarine hydrodynamics by satellites.
Journaliste Film/Médias (ALLEMAGNE)
Birgit Heidsiek, a graduate in Political Science, works as a film/media journalist and film critic for publications such as the German film trade magazine Filmecho Filmwoche and the European online platform Cineuropa as well as for the daily newspaper Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, among others. In addition, she is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Green Film Shooting magazine and its accompanying website, established in 2012, which are devoted to sustainability in the film and media world. She also teaches courses in the Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Technical Journalism departments at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, where she is a member of the faculty.
for Sustainable Development
Catherine Puiseux Kakpo
President of the African Agency for Sustainable Development
Catherine PUISEUX-KAKPO coordinates the corporate social responsibility approach for the TF1 group, which she joined in 1995.
For the Group, she has led several cross-disciplinary initiatives related to change management, the introduction of Quality and Risk Management. In 2005, she set up the corporate social responsibility approach, and has since been developing issues specific to the media. It initiated the setting up of two sector-based collectives: Ecoprod, to develop the ecology of filming, and the CSR Media Forum.
She holds a Master 2 "Sustainable Development Strategies and Corporate Social Responsibility". She is personally involved in the Parisian cooperative supermarket project La Louve, and in the promotion of sustainable development in Africa.
Head of Citizen Mobilization and Media Service (SMCM) - ADEME
Holder of a DEA in environmental economics from the University of Paris I, Valérie Martin joined the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) in June 1993. She held various positions before being appointed head of the Citizen Mobilisation and Media department on 1 January 2008. In this capacity, she is in charge in particular of managing campaigns relating to energy renovation and the circular economy. In addition, she steers the Agency's general public strategy, which was published in early 2019. It is also involved in steering actions related to responsible communication and responsible marketing. She is co-author of various collective works: "nouveaux mythes, nouveaux imaginaires pour un monde durable" (Les Petits Matins edition), "un autre monde est possible; Lost in Transitions? "(dawn edition), the "eco-communication guide" (Eyrolles edition) and the "responsible communication guide" (ADEME editions - January 2020).
Director of the cinema of Deauville and the cinema of Pont-Audemer
After falling in love with the cinema business while working as a student, Louise climbed the ladder by obtaining a professional license as a project manager and then a master 1 and 2 in digital marketing and management.
She has been working in this field for 7 years now and has been managing the Pont-Audemer cinema for 3 years. It will soon be 1 year that the company she works for has bought the Morny in Deauville!
International Advertising Association - France
Self-taught, serial entrepreneur communicating for 40 years in various fields of activity including more than 20 years in the communication industry.
Founder of Cübb in 2003, one of the first French digital agencies, he will be its President for 10 years. Considered as an expert in communication, digital and social media, he is one of the pioneers of DOOH (Digital Out Of Home) in Europe.
His creations and innovative concepts have been used in many countries around the world.
Currently director of Eco & Co, the consulting agency for responsible and green communication, Alexandre's previous experience includes a decade of work as a journalist and strategic planner in large Parisian communications agencies. His work applies the principles of marketing and 'responsible' communications on positive social footprint and eco-design projects. Eco & Co operations incorprate extensive use of social networks and audio-visual media.
Mélissa Saint Fort
Communication and CSR Director - La Seine Musicale / TF1
Born in Lebanon and graduated from ESCP in 2005, Mélissa Saint-Fort immediately specialized in the promotion of live shows in all their forms, starting at Stage Entertainment for 6 years, on the musicals of The Lion King or Mamma Mia among others, in marketing, communication, production... She then worked for Midem (redesign of offers and branding, development of new shows, launch of a festival), VeePee Entertainment (ticketing offers, co-production of shows, launch of new music or video streaming offers...), and then Universal Music & Brands in the strategic partnerships department. She joined La Seine Musicale when it opened in 2017, a concert hall but also a production company, and created the digital marketing, communication and sponsorship department. There she developed numerous video and audio contents of her own, which contribute to the image and positioning of La Seine Musicale, in connection with the artists, the performing arts, the live show...
She has always been passionate about human and environmental issues, and is particularly sensitive to the challenges of diversity, inclusion and ecological transition on air and in the company. She is training to animate the climate fresco for several internal groups in 2021, and is participating in a carbon avoidance pilot project with Carbone 4 for Bouygues and La Seine Musicale in September 2021. It is also deploying various CSR projects in conjunction with its shareholders TF1 and Sodexo Live, to make La Seine Musicale an inclusive venue with the lowest possible carbon emissions, in a sector that is still not very aware of these issues, by also involving spectators (soft mobility issues) and the most committed partners possible. As of May 2023, she will be CSR Director of the TF1 Group.
Partnership Manager, Normandie Attractivité
After starting her career in R&D in a large pharmaceutical group, and then as a company manager for 11 years, during which time she advised and assisted companies in their commercial development and communication, Magali joined the Eure Tourist Development Agency to initiate the Tourism Innovation Trophies, and then the Normandy Regional Tourism Committee to develop the Super Ambassadors program. She is now in charge of partnerships at Normandie Attractivité, the regional marketing agency of the Normandy region, where she promotes the Normandy brand, develops and leads the regional network of partners of the Normandy brand, a network of companies, associations and local authorities of the Normandy region.
Co-director and screenwriter "Migrants"
My name is Lucas, I'm 25 years old and I'm co-director and scriptwriter of the short film "Migrants". This film tells the story of a mother polar bear and her cub who are forced to flee their natural habitat because of global warming. I had the opportunity to work on this project at the Pole 3D school in Roubaix, France.
The work of the whole team was rewarded with several awards, including a VES for "Outstanding VFX in a Student Project", a BAFTA Student for "Best Animation", and a "Best in Show" at Siggraph 2021 and of course the "Young Creative Awards" at the 10th edition of the Deauville Green Awards. This is a great pride for me and a recognition of the work we have done. These awards have reinforced my passion for filmmaking.
Currently, I am pursuing my studies and career in the field of animation in Montreal, Canada. I am excited to continue exploring my passion for filmmaking and working with industry professionals to create creative projects.
Events Manager Cap'Com
Nastassja Korichi has a degree in political science. She began her career as a communications and events manager for research organizations and environmental protection associations. At the beginning of 2013, she joined Cap'Com, the network of public and territorial communication. As head of events and the Grand Prix, she coordinates the programming, implementation and promotion of events and their content for communication directors from the public sector (local authorities, institutions and decentralized administrations). She also contributes to the analysis of trends, knowledge and expertise of the profession through business surveys and the annual organization of the Grand Prix de la communication publique et territoriale.
General Manager "les Acteurs du Possible"
Sandrine started her career in an advertising agency, then moved on to the media and audiovisual production. She founded her own company Ad'hoc communication and refocused on her values and committed herself to the subjects that were dear to her heart: accompanying people to work and live better together.
Today she accompanies change in many contexts; she contributes to awareness and training on topics such as quality of life at work, prevention of psycho-social risks, benevolent management and leadership.
She is the initiator of the endowment fund Les Acteurs du Possible, a positive media of general interest. The Fund is also a community of sharing that allows everyone to find solutions to live better. Its contents highlight people committed to health, well-being, dignity, inclusion, solidarity economy... for themselves, their loved ones, their employees, their students, the planet.
Founder and President of HELLO PLANET
Specialist in Communication and Content Production. Former Marketing Manager for Canal+.
For 10 years, Producer and Director with several awards to his credit, with more than 400 films for TV, advertising, web series, corporate and environment.
Member of several associations related to the education of underprivileged children and the environment.
Director of Environmental Transition Metropolis Rouen Normandy
For the past 30 years, he has been working on the protection of biodiversity, the development of an agriculture that feeds the inhabitants locally and respects the environment, the concerted development of forests and the local use of wood, energy sobriety and the development of renewable energy.
Conceiver and leader of the first local COP21 and the first local IPCC in France, former President of the Board of Directors of the Ecole Nationale Supérieur d'Architecture de Normandie, former Mayor and former Vice President of the Communauté de Communes Inter Caux Vexin.
Sustainable transformation of the economy
Freelance journalist and instructor on the sustainable transformation of the economy
Since she graduated from Sciences Po Rennes and the Centre de Formation des Journalistes (CFJ), Béatrice Héraud, for over 15 years, has focused on covering economic news from the perspective of environmental, social and societal challenges.
After some first experiences as a journalist for Ouest-France and Sud-Ouest Eco, she joined the radio stations France bleu and BFM. She then specialised in brand strategies and marketing innovations for the Editialis group, before taking on the role of editor-in-chief and CSR editorial manager at the sustainable economy and finance media Novethic.
Today, she works as a freelance journalist and trainer in CSR, sustainable finance and media responsibility.
Virginie Lauret is responsible for eco-production at Jabu-Jabu production. The first French production company to have opened a center for eco-responsible support on its own shoots but also on the shoots of other productions.
Its main field of intervention is the social and eco-responsible accompaniment as well as the realization of carbon footprint for cinematographic and audiovisual shootings.
Although cinema is the heart of her missions, her professional background also allows her to intervene to propose trainings, analyses as well as reports and accompaniments on sustainable development in the field of artistic and cultural events (festivals, concerts, live shows, cultural structures) as well as with communities.
President of "Les Hommes Fourmillent"
Franck is a change agent committed to promoting the emergence of learning communities of learning communities and co-evolution processes with the living world.
of the living world.
Since the creation of the association "Les Hommes Fourmillent" in 2008, of which he is one of the of which he is one of the co-founders, he has been cultivating projects at the crossroads of the
economy, the promotion of planetary health, the good life and the arts in common. arts in common.
A graduate of Grenoble Alpes University and the Ecole Supérieure en Design Industrial Design in Paris, he produces, coordinates and implements experiential devices of
to support the power of action and the resilience of individuals, and/or organizations in the face of climatic, ecological, sanitary or social phenomena. or social phenomena.
This interdisciplinary researcher is a diplomat of the FRENE network and a member of GRAINE Normandie.
He is a certified practitioner in emotional intelligence, positive and relational psychology, he is a geographer of the messy space, of its redirection and of the techno-sphere disarray.
He is also a fervent advocate of learning and the implementation of generous reciprocity.
Actor of the accompaniment to changes, he aspires to redraw the contours of a new geopolitics to be invented ... to sketch collectively some
future ethnographies, whether it be through a short film, a feature film and other collaborative work spaces.
President and Founder - Time for the Planet
Marion Semblat began her career in the professional press sector and then joined the Pictet Wealth Management bank in Paris, which she chose for its pioneering commitment to sustainable investment strategies that meet the new environmental challenges.
In parallel, Marion Semblat became involved in environmental protection in 2010.
In 2017, Marion Semblat created the non-profit association Time for the Ocean, with the aim of raising awareness among the general public and mainly the younger generation, to promote exchanges, to highlight knowledge and expertise and to create the conditions for an interaction between Art and the Environment. To do this, she created an annual event, the 24 hours for the Oceans festival at the Franciscaines de Deauville, and created the Sea Art movies documentary series as producer and co-author directed by Maud Baignères.
Driven by total conviction and passion, Marion Semblat has been producing and collaborating since 2019 on the creation of the SEA ART documentary art series as president of Time for the Ocean. The series aims to raise awareness among a wide audience by making them aware of the urgency to preserve our oceans. In SEA ART, it is the artists who speak to us about ecology, through their works and their approaches.
In 2022, at the Franciscaines de Deauville, she received Prince Albert II of Monaco, President of his foundation Prince Albert II of Monaco.
She was appointed member of the board of directors of the Albert II of Monaco Foundation for the preservation of the planet.
She is currently working on the constitution of a catalog of Art and Environment contents: documentary films, podcasts, exhibitions.
Marketing consultant, teacher at Paris Saclay University
Sophie Mauger is a specialist in Brand Communication and Strategy. She was Media Director at Dentsu and International Advertising Manager at Guerlain and Hermès.
She teaches Marketing at the University of Paris Saclay. Convinced that current environmental and societal challenges are sources of creativity and opportunities for brands, she seeks to promote responsible practices in her teaching.
Benoît Rolland de Ravel
Co-creator "La Fresque des Récits", Founder "ProSense"
After a decade of studies in a variety of fields (Sciences Po, ESSEC, Law School, Faculty of Psychology), and numerous professional experiences in different types of organizations (private and public companies, public administration, law firms), Benoît founded ProSense to accelerate the transformation of organizations wishing to be part of the necessary ecological and solidarity-based transition of our societies.
To carry out this mission, Benoît co-created with Alexis Klein the Fresque des Nouveaux Récits, whose raison d'être is to bring about a future that is compatible with planetary limits and desirable for all, by facilitating the adoption of sustainable behavior through the imagination of new narratives.
Ecoproduction Manager, VHSS Referent and Teaching at the EAC.
Previously an actress (cinema and audiovisual) voiceover and TV host/columnist for LCN (now BFM Normandie) Demain TV, MCE and Amel TV.
Recently, she has been working with EAC students in Master 1 and 2 "Management of Audiovisual Organizations"
She joined the 50/50 collective and is a member of Crew United, Nausicä and Toiles Vertes.
Project Manager, The Shift Project
An agronomist engineer and economist by training, Laurent Delcayrou has been passionate about regional development policies in France and around the world for 30 years. Their capacity to meet the present and future needs of their inhabitants, their effects on social inequalities and local resources…
For the past three years, he has led the «Strategies for Territorial Resilience» program of The Shift Project, a Think Tank specialized in energy transition. He co-founded the firm eurêka21, dedicated to European territorial cooperation and outstanding ecological transition practices in Europe.
Amateur comedian not very gifted but persevering, he loves rugby and Bruce Springsteen, the Parisian life and his friends in the countryside.