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WikiStage ESCP Europe 3. Paris, France, 2014

Nature is more a source of knowledge than a source of resources. Imagine you`ve been living in a room for generations. That all of your ancestors have been living in the same room for ages. This room has a name, it`s called nature. Idriss ABERKANE argues that nature has always been the most remarkable library, but we were just unable to figure it out. "Study the rain forest, and discover that it's actually a pharmacy. Natives can read the library of Nature."    

WikiStage at Sciences Po 1. Paris, France, 2014

« On ne va pas manquer d'énergie fossile. » « On a 150 ans de réserve de consommation de charbon, 60 ans de réserve de gaz, 50 ans de réserve de pétrole. »  

WikiStage Stanford. Stanford, United States, 2014

There are three questions to consider before trying to travel off the beaten path : where, how and when. But why this way of travelling is interesting and important? That is what Jeremy Ximenez explains.It is often said that travel broads the mind, and it has been proved. But is traveling in crowded places really interesting for people who want to discover new things? For Jeremy Ximenez, it is not. If you want to get better travel experiences you should try to travel differently. Choose the right time for it and start the adventure! "My friends often ask me what are my favorite places, and I tell them that the most memorable experience are those places most of the others avoid." "People in defector states are often particularly hospitable, eager and proud to welcome you to their homeland few others visit." "If there is a place safe to go and no one is going there, you should go now. Because just because the place is safe now, there is no guarantee that it will be later on." "It is worthwhile to inquire about travel and sharing your background, because depending on where you are you might experience prejudice."    
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WikiStage ESCP Europe 3. Paris, France, 2014

A world without waste... Is this really possible? Idriss Aberkane will explain us what are the solutions. An imaginary universe would mean the absence of waste. However, we all know this is humanly impossible. Still, nature has its ways into showing us how to change this fact.We can make waste meaningful and turn it into something beautiful solely by imitating nature in our entrepreneurship and by considering any waste as potential food. "Imagine that the next time when you wanted to see waste you had to take your kids to the museum…" "What if we used our nuclear waste to feed mushrooms? It turns out this is possible." "Any waste is potential food and this idea of systematically consider waste as potential food is called blue economy and believe me, it’s a game changer of 21st century."    

WikiStage ESCP Europe 1 - Paris. Paris, France, 2013

« En tant que consommateurs, on est responsable de 30% de gaspillage dans les pays du Nord. » « Il y a toujours beaucoup plus de solutions que de problèmes. » « Pourquoi est-ce qu’on se permet de jeter ce fruit, ce légume à la poubelle ? C’est peut-être parce qu’on est à la fin de ce grand cycle de la distribution. On ne voit pas ce qui s’est passé avant. Peut-être que si on était dans un élevage, si on était dans un champ, le rapport qu’on a à la nourriture serait diffèrent. »