"Juste 2.0°C is an association whose aim is to support and promote projects combining scientific research, awareness-raising and citizen initiatives on the effects of climate change and anthropization. It thus aims to encourage the sharing of scientific culture in environmental sciences and its appropriation by as many people as possible through interdisciplinary research campaigns linking laboratories, teachers, centers for scientific, technical and industrial culture (CSTI) and local authorities."
Our guiding principles:
Promote the sharing and appropriation of the scientific approach by as many people as possible, by highlighting its concrete methods and tools.
Encourage an interdisciplinary approach to scientific issues, based on shared research objects and interconnected educational resources.
Network a wide range of stakeholders with complementary skills: research laboratories, foundations, companies, associations, etc., in order to stimulate joint action linking local issues to global challenges.
Enhance stakeholders' reflexivity through joint action and reflection.
Administration and Treasury
“Holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 °C
above pre-industrial levels” - Article 2 of the Paris Agreement
In 2015, the signing of the Paris Agreement at COP 21 marked a turning point in the fight against climate change. The signatory countries pledged to work towards a joint response to the climate and environmental crisis. 2°C becomes a global limit that must not be exceeded, and at the same time a symbol of the fight to preserve our planet.
Our generation has been exposed to the challenges of the climate crisis since childhood. We are aware that this challenge involves all areas of society and requires joint action: scientific, political, but also by citizens. That's why a group of students from the Écoles Normales Supérieures in Paris, Paris-Saclay and Lyon have set up the association "Juste 2.0°C".