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Jason Ortega vaz
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  • Les barbares attaquent l'energie
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Eloïse Potier
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Ostrom, E. (2011), La gouvernance des biens communs : Pour une nouvelle approche des ressources naturelles, Edition De Boeck


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  • La seconde naissance de l’ancêtre français de Facebook

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JUHO MAKKONEN on 8 September 2015

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Justine Salles
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  • Dame Ellen MacArthur: The surprising thing I learned sailing solo around the world
  • Latitude Responsable - Potters for Peace


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  • By 2025, our seas may be filled with one ton of plastic for every three tons of fish
  • A Garden Grows in a Superfund Site
  • To Meat or Not to Meat: Big Fight Erupts Over U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Keltoum Otmani
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  • Esther Duflo : des expériences sociales pour combattre la pauvreté
  • Katja Hansen - The Cradle to Cradle concept in detail


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  • Article 1
  • Article 2
  • Article 3
  • Article 4
  • Article 5
Corentin Vossot
Videos:
  • Latitude Responsable Danone Communities - Projet Grameen Danone
  • Latitude Responsable - Pesinet
  • Bernard Lietaer - The potential of complementary currencies


Rifkin, J. (2015), The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism, St. Martin's Griffin


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  • Article 2
  • Article 3
  • Article 4
  • Article 5
Romain Ringot
Videos:
  • The Circular Economy
  • J'arrête le sucre - Arte Documentaire 2015
  • Prêt à jeter - l'obsolescence programmée


Vanhee L. (2013), Happy RH : Le bonheur au travail. Rentable et durable, Edition La Charte


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  • Article 4
  • Article 5

First description of our project

First description of our project's idea
Provide a proposition of title for your project

Please answer to the three expected questions:
1. What Problem do you want to solve ?

The problem here is how could we treat the smoke during IT devices’ recycling in order to avoid pollution in underdeveloped countries.

2. Why does this problem exist?

Because of planned obsolescence, we have a huge amount of IT devices to destroy. Most of electronic devices go to underdeveloped country to have a second life, but after that they need to be destroyed by burning there.But in underdeveloped countries, recycling methods in outdoor garbage dump concerning IT devices are really precarious.Indeed they use combustion to keep only the rare materials (such as copper). This leads us to a really dangerous pollution by toxic smoke.In fact, chemicals released during combustion are harmful to health, and often leads not only to population’s contamination, but also land’s contamination.

3. What breakthrough are you commited to creating?

The main problem is how to treat smoke emitted by combustion recycling’s process in underdeveloped countries.Our main objective is to reduce by 50% the quantity of toxic chemicals (such as mercury and lead) sent to the atmosphere after combustion recycling’s process because there is a huge impact on the earth.Another problem raise by this stake is not only the stakeholder’s health who breath toxic smokes but also people who live nearby the garbage dump where they try recycling IT devices. By improving smoke quality, we would like to get healthier air in order to improve people’s health.

Potential experts already identified
Professional engineer - likehood 8/10

Chemical engineer - Likehood 8/10

ICAM - Engineering School - Likelihood : 7/10