2017-2018 Annual Report : Ideas, impact.

10 September 2018 - Special issues

For a think tank, expertise alone, regardless of the quality, is not sufficient. Being a think tank means making an active contribution to the public debate.

That’s why I4CE‘s 2017-2018 annual report focuses on our daily objective: to have an impact.

Through three emblematic projects, it illustrates I4CE’s different modes of action to contribute to the fight against climate changes : we provide key informations, recommend solutions, create spaces for dialogue and action among all stakeholders.

In this annual report, public decision-makers, associations or companies give their views on I4CE‘s actions. You will also find key informations on governance, funding, and the think tank’s team.

2017-2018 Annual Report : Ideas, impact. pdf
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