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Eco-friendly research


According to the experts of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the world must reduce its carbon footprint by 45% by 2030 to limit the rise in temperature to 1.5°C in 2100, and avoid a climatic and ecological catastrophe that will have a major impact on humanity. .

Scientific research must provide an answer to this unprecedented challenge for humanity by finding solutions to make this reduction in energy consumption possible. Scientific research must also be exemplary in its operations by reducing its carbon impact while producing quality research.

Supported by the CNRS, Institut Néel is therefore committed to reducing its carbon footprint, in particular by acting on travel, purchasing and energy consumption, in accordance with the “Suggested environmental practices” charter that you can find here.

Presentation of the carbon footprint carried out by the “Collectif Labo En Transition” with the support of the Management. Click here

Support for a discussion of possible strategies to reduce the CO2 impact of laboratory missions. Click here

Results of the survey on the CO2 footprint of lab’s missions. Click here

Several members of the laboratory have created the group “Labo en transition” whose following website is dedicated to them:

Any communication or publication of the collective on their website, in whatever form and on whatever medium, is the sole responsibility of its authors. Institut Néel declines all responsibility for the use that may be made of the information contained in this communication or publication.