Enterprise for Society (E4S) is a joint venture of the University of Lausanne through HEC Lausanne, IMD and EPFL, under the stewardship of its College of Management of Technology, with the mission of spearheading the transition towards a more resilient, sustainable and inclusive economy. E4S is dedicated to train the next generation of leaders, inspire economic and social transformation and activate change by strengthening start-ups and boosting innovation.
October 21st & 22nd
A 2-day workshop to discuss how society can tackle the uncertainties associated with climate change.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from different fields (including, but not limited to climate physics, economics, and data sciences) to discuss for instance how society can tackle the uncertainties associated with climate change.
Simon Scheidegger (UNIL, Department of Economics; E4S)
Doris Folini (ETHZ, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science)
Felix Kübler (UZH, Department for Banking and Finance)
Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd of October 2021
Morning sessions: from 8.30 to 12.00
Afternoon sessions: from 13.30 – 16.30
Speakers will meet in person in Lausanne.
Attendees will be invited to join a Zoom meeting. The link will be sent after registration.
Thursday October 21st
Friday October 22nd
E4S' annual event bringing together key figures from the academic, political, economic and civic worlds committed to positively transforming our society.
Through these seminar series, our academic community shares research, brainstorms and identifies new challenges and trends in different fields.
These seminars are internal to the academic community. If you would like to attend, please contact us at info@E4S.center
March 30th, 5 to 6 pm: The airline ticket tax: too much or not enough? (Philippe Thalmann, Dominic Rohner, Michael Yaziji, Marius Brulhart)
April 26th, 5 to 6pm: Bending the line: Why and how to move towards a Circular Economy? (Johannes Buggle)
May 25th, 5 to 6pm: Towards a sustainable finance: how to make the difference? (Florence Hugard, Fabio Alessandrini, Eric Jondeau)
June 28th, 5 to 6pm: The pharmaceutical research landscape: where are efforts headed during and after COVID-19? (Annamaria Conti, Patrick Gaulé)