The EDF Group Foundation supports the Carrefour Center for Science and Arts – Medialot

The EDF Group Foundation supports the Carrefour Center for Science and Arts – Medialot

The project “Science, Nature and Us” won the jury.

For the year 2023, the Carrefour Science and Arts Association is committed to implementing actions to protect nature and preserve biodiversity. His project “Science, Nature and Us” submitted to the EDF Group Foundation won the jury, who presented the Lot Association with a €15,000 support check in the “Coup de coeur” category.

It revolves around 4 axes:

– Support for Wednesdays of Science 2023 Workshops for “Natural Interns”

– Supporting the establishment and operation of a climate club for more than 15 years

– Supporting the implementation of participatory projects

– Animation support for giant stucco evenings

The challenges of climate change and erosion of biodiversity are great, we must talk about them! How do we act if we do not understand? Once we know? what do we do

Based on these observations, the association decided to create a project on the societal challenges associated with climate change and biodiversity conservation.

Creation of the “Climate Club” for teenagers, born from the desire of many young adolescents in our association who want to work to talk about what affects them in other young people their age. They want to provide entertainment. Create videos and even design fun and educational widgets. With this financial support, young people will have the means to carry out their business and our employees will make time to support them.

Three “giant murals!” The general public with the tools “Climate Frisco” and “Biodiversity Frisco” will also be in the program. These highly relevant tools enable the relevance of these scientific and current topics by understanding the links between cause and effect.

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Nature labor camps for the general public will allow people to take action through active outings in the field.

Finally, “Science Wednesdays” Discovery Workshops have been a pioneering activity for the Society for the past 20 years. For the 2023 season, science will be approached by nature: field trips, fun experiments, and tinkering.

> Experienced team in this kind of work

Our mediation skills make it possible to address climate change/biodiversity topics based on IPCC scientific data. The goal is to recreate it in a fun, educational, and experiential way. Our association welcomes everyone who wants to play their role and do work! Magali Constant explains the scientific medium of the association.

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