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Debate participants will answer your questions on Tuesday, March 30th during the live show, starting from 9:40am.

Planète Terre

We stand at a historic turning point. The necessity of ecological transformation has never been this clear: climate disruptions, pollution, the collapse of biodiversity and the ever-increasing scarcity of natural resources are not mere projections anymore. They are directly experienced by a growing share of the population. Three major crises have emerged on top of the environmental one: a health crisis, an economic crisis, and a social crisis. Their impact on our lives is already severe, thereby giving rise to an acute awareness of the fragility of life.

These are the challenges of our time.
Alone, we cannot live up to them.
Together, we can overcome them and make ecological transformation succeed.
This is what the combination of Veolia and Suez is all about.
It is about growing and accelerating our ability to bring new solutions to the table in the face of the climate emergency.

These topics will be at the center of a show imagined and brought to reality by Veolia: “The Talk”. Broadcasted live and presented by Nathalie Lévy, its debates will bring forth the ideas, convictions, solutions and commitments of those who have a major role to play.
Citizens, elected officials, employees, social representatives, business leaders and economists will formulate common answers to these essential questions:

How can industries step up their contribution to the common good?
How can we develop an environmental approach that is about solutions rather than rationing?
How can we grow our expertise while inventing the jobs of tomorrow?
How can the economic recovery accelerate ecological transformation?


Antoine Frérot

Chairman and CEO of Veolia

Estelle Brachlianoff

Chief Operating Officer of Veolia

Olivier Brousse

EVP for Strategy & Innovation at Veolia

Jean-Marie Lambert

Senior EVP for Human Resources at Veolia

Ilham Kadri

Chairwoman of the Executive Committee and CEO of Solvay

Fabrice Beaulieu

EVP Hygiene & Group Marketing Excellence at Reckitt

Agny Kpata

Member of France’s Citizens' Convention on Climate

Frédéric Cuvillier

President of the Boulogne-sur-Mer (France) urban area

Denis Thuriot

Mayor of Nevers (France)

Stuart Love

Chief Executive of the Westminster City Council

Jean-Dominique Simonpoli

Head of the Dialogues Association

Philippe Dessertine

Professor of Economics at the Sorbonne Business School