Cosmétiques naturels

Monday

Climate fresco

Do you want to act for the climate but don't have the time to become a climatologist?

Practical information 

Place : M4193 (Uni mail, 4th floor), Bd du Pont d'Arve 40, 1205 Genève 

Time : 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Language : French

Organizer : University of Geneva

Registration : https://forms.gle/HZwhGbaCqU39uofg7

Description

In 3 hours, the collaborative workshop "La Fresque du Climat" allows you to understand the essentials of the climate challenges in order to take action :

 

Deciphering around a game of collective intelligence, creativity, welcoming emotions and debriefing on the levers of action, on an individual and collective scale.
 

 

Take part in one of the workshops proposed during the UNIGE's sustainability week, take up the challenge of climate change and help move the world into transition.

Please note that places are limited and that it is necessary to register using the link given above.

DIY Workshop: shampoo and deodorant

Come and create your own deodorant and shampoo with the EDD association!

Practical information 

Place : M4276 (Uni-mail, 4th floor), Bd du Pont d'Arve 40, 1205 Genève

Time : 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Language : French

Organizer : Student Association for Sustainable Development (EDD)

Speakers: Noélia & Elena

Registration : CLOSED

Description

Two products will be made during this workshop: a shampoo and a solid deodorant. Don't forget to take a notebook and a pen to write down the recipe and recreate these products at home!

Registration for this workshop is closed. The workshop is full.

Eco-Challenge

A simple, effective and immediate way to act on the climate emergency

Practical information 

Place : Faclab, University Informatics Centre, Route de Drize 7, Battelle, Building A, 1227 Carouge

Time : 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Language : French

Organizer : Open Geneva

Speakers : 

  • Julia Dallest, Executive Director, Open Geneva

  • Loïc Deslarzes, Delegate for innovation and transversality, Department of Territory, state of Geneva

Registration : https://forms.gle/EWB5A4vWZDGhsLKEA

WhatsApp group : https://chat.whatsapp.com/GkhhBlVytZMEHFaPEWPXfF

Description

In partnership with the Canton of Geneva, the association Open Geneva is launching a reflection on the Eco-Challenges. 
 

Through a series of co-creation workshops, different groups of the population are invited to express themselves on their vision of the climate emergency and on the "Eco-Challenges":

 simple, effective and immediate actions to face it individually and collectively.

Sewing workshop

Come and create your own tote-bag in recycled fabric!

Practical information 

Place : M4276 (Uni mail, 4th floor), Bd du Pont d'Arve 40, 1205 Genève 

Time : 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Language : French

Organizer : Student Association for Sustainable Development (EDD)

Speakers : Kelian 

Registration : CLOSED

Description

On the program, an initiation to sewing with a sewing machine and then the realization of your bag in recycled fabric.

Registration for this workshop is closed. The workshop is full.

Conference: Does History have a Future?

Humanity at the time of danger against the living

Practical information 

Place : U600 (Uni-Dufour), Rue Général Dufour 24, 1204 Genève

Time : 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Language : French

Organizer : University of Geneva

Speakers: 

  • Dominique Bourg, Honorary Professor, at the University of Lausanne

  • Johann Chapoutot, Professor of Contemporary History at Sorbonne University

Description

Are we simultaneously witnessing the end of the "end of history" and the beginning of the end of the future?

In this period that has seen the curious concomitance between the release of the IPCC's complementary report and the outbreak of a major armed conflict in the heart of Europe, the University of Geneva and the Association of Students in Sustainable Development invite you to a dialogue at the opening of the "Sustainability Week 2022".

Questioning the Promethean narrative, the notion of the Anthropocene, as well as the particular moment we have been living since the 1970s with the first argued and substantiated warnings about the ongoing environmental catastrophe, will be at the heart of the exchange between the philosopher Dominique Bourg and the historian Johann Chapoutot.

Is it still possible to bring together the short time of our presence on earth, the long time of nature and civilizations, and geological time within the same narrative?