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.
Virtual roundtable to confront perspectives around the airline ticket tax, planned by the CO2 law in Switzerland.
The Swiss CO2 bill foresees a tax on airline tickets. What is its potential impact on emissions and on the demand for air transport? What will be the repercussions on the actors involved? What role does the pandemic play in this issue?
The E4S platform “Evidence-based environmental policy” invites you to take part in this debate, by confronting the different perspectives during this roundtable.
When? on April 20th 2021, from 12h to 13h30 CET
The language of this event is FRENCH.
With the participation of:
Nikolai Orgland, consultant International Energy Agency
Julian Cook, managing partner ATKA capital, founder FlyBaboo
Jean-Marc Thévenaz, managing director Easy Jet Suisse
Gisou Van der Goot, Vice President for Responsible Transformation, EPFL
Adrien Legrain, sustainability specialist EPFL & Zero Emission Group
Blaise Matthey, managing director Fédération des Entreprises Romandes, Genève
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)
April 26th, 5 to 6pm: Should we move to a circular economy, and if so how? (Johannes Buggle)
May 25th, 5 to 6pm: Sustainable Finance: how to invest in a green future?
June 28th, 5 to 6pm: The pharmaceutical research landscape: where are efforts headed during and after COVID-19?