Erwan, Alexandre, Leo, Adam, Andrea, Emma and Mariana have returned after two weeks spent on the front lines of COP26 in Glasgow.
This delegation, composed of students and researchers, allowed CentraleSupélec to have observer status at this major event. Throughout COP26, the delegation regularly shared its experiences and thoughts on the “COP CentraleSupélec” page, giving us an overview of the climate issues and the progress of the negotiations.
The CentraleSupélec COP delegation was launched in 2020, following a call for projects from the CentraleSupélec Foundation, for new teaching or educational projects related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals or to Ecological, Energy and Social Transitions. This call for projects was financed thanks to our donors through a dedicated fund intended to support the School’s Sustainable Development projects.
With the CentraleSupélec COP delegation, the School underlines once again its ambition to contribute to the training of engineers capable of responding the major challenges of the 21st century.