Cyril Cassagnaud



Cyril Cassagnaud

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Cyril Cassagnaud is a member of the public service pole at the Ecological Awakening collective, he is also an engineer in sustainable development and studied public policy at SciencesPo Paris. He is currently a chief engineer student at the National Institute of Territorial Studies in order to become a senior official.

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Pierre-Adrien Bréard

Carbon neutrality and what it means to the members of For an Ecological Awakening

"A carbon-neutral journey", "a zero-carbon event", "a climate-neutral territory": such statements are irresponsibly displayed by businesses and organisations that claim to be developing carbon-neutral products and services, across all sectors. This ultimately amounts to deviating from the concept of carbon neutrality, through the guise of carbon emission offsetting. It bears three sources of negligence.

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