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In 2030, I leave my home to have a picnic with my friend without going to the supermarket. I decided to walk around the shared garden of the neighbourhood to pick up food and with my i-thec bottle to turn rainwater into drinking water or wine.

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Deila Antici

Omni-Commerce Sport Leader

Paris, France

I’m in 2030, I leave my home when I go for a surfing session at the beach with my friend Alexandre. After our session and drinking water, we throw our water bottle into the water and activate its disintegration via my connected smartphone whose data will facilitate the fertility of the wildlife. The disintegration will turn the bottle into food for the fish.

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Florian Porcher

Store Manager

Paris, France

It’s 2030, I am leaving my home … I take a deep breath while looking at the nature integrated into the city. I say hello to my neighbours. Like them, I take public transport to reach my coworking space. This site allows a real social link at the neighbourhood level while working in different companies. At the cafe, we share. How prosperous and open-minded. I work for an ethical company that redistributes its profits to associations that create social ties and support climate change. This does not prevent it from investing in innovation to stay at the forefront of its business. The development of sharing centres and common places allows me to no longer own everything I need. I share, I trade, I exchange, I give, I recover, I recycle … I use, I no longer own!!!

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Thomas Dusart

Product Owner – Decathlon Occasions –

buyback experience

Lille, France

What if in 2030 when I turned on my laptop, I had a tool to measure my energy consumption that made me aware of my responsibility, as well as a tool for compensating my carbon impact. This tool would offer collaborative environmental projects in which I could get involved.

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Axelle Kiers

Event Planner

Lille, France

It is 2030 I leave the house when I remember that I have to go to vote for the new representatives of the UN whose candidates are an old tree from the Amazon rainforest, an African antelope, and a Peruvian woman, made possible by technologies allowing each species to communicate with each other.

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Gaëtan Delrue

Project Leader of Mobile POS

Lille, France

We are in 2030, most transactions are no longer monetary but service-based. Companies no longer simply offer products but experiences, success is no longer measured by the position held or the financial wealth generated but by the individual contribution to the community. Governance is no longer centralized but collective.

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Matthieu Hasle

Change Project Manager

Hendaye, France

In 2030, we continue to save time on delivery to customers, for example Amazon is more powerful! Have an animation on sustainable development in each store. Have a production if possible in France for a better image and less logistical worries in the event of a crisis / epidemic. Have thematic stores (hyper connected, or only test, blue and green, only second-hand …).

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Katheleen Lindor

Store Manager

Paris, France

I am in 2030, I walk out of our house smiling, I am connected with my body and my mind. The feeling and the emotions of my sporting experience make me feel good. I then join the community that works in the service of others, then the one in the service of the environment, then the one that helps animals. I interact for a better world. I go home and I fall asleep calm, happy and dreamy!

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Philippe Uzan

Development Leader

Paris,  France

I am in 2030, I am leaving my house when suddenly I find that a vast forest stretches around me. We have implanted fast-growing genes in some plants in order to significantly reduce the time needed for trees to grow. This has allowed us to relocate the millions of hectares lost in recent years and to be able to exploit this green resource without risking the planet.

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Olivier Mannheim

Customer Service Manager

Montpellier, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house when I take the solar-powered car to go to work, picking up colleagues for a ride. Arrived at work, in 2030 we will work with renewable energy such as wind turbines on the roof of the store for electricity (and why not energy with a closed water circuit?), rainwater collector, walls of terracotta, foam, wood or even rags. We combine technology to control energy and ecology to change fossils into renewable energy!

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Alexis Mulliez

Hiking/Trekking & Water Sport Leader

Lille, France

I leave my house when I meet my neighbor Paul, I give him a hug. “Come and have tea at my home,” he told me! No problem, I no longer work. Machines run my old business. In 2030, artificial intelligence manages the economic activity of our society. Human beings are focused on their relationship to themselves and to community life. Relationships are no longer disturbed by the pressure of work and money. They are calm, peaceful and benevolent. Human beings have found the link!

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Nicolas Fabre

Co-Leader of Decathlon Annecy

Annecy, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house when I receive a notification from my new neighbor on the VegsLife application (community application focused on plants and services). Last night, I discovered my neighbor, with whom I discussed the new uses of plants on a daily basis. He has enough food for four, but there are only three people in the house. So, great, I will be able to avoid waste, reduce my energy consumption and also spend a good time with people who share the same convictions as me.

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Tarik Damry

Fitness Manager

Paris, France

It’s 2030. I am leaving my home when, like every day, I go to the beach to carry out my responsible actions: today I have decided to go clean up the beach in my village. My well-being account will be credited as with each action of 10 well-being credits that will allow me to buy organic vegetables from my neighbor’s garden, pay my rent, practise my sport, as well as meet all my daily needs; no more no less; just what I need to be happy… and tomorrow I will help with the construction of bike paths to get my credits.

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Bruno Crabarie

Director of Decathlon Groslay

Paris, France

It’s 2030, Olivier is planning a surf trip in Morocco. At that time, to finance the energy and CO2 expenses planned for this trip, he went to an “energy credit” terminal in a Decathlon centre. Indeed, by practicing one of the proposed activities (cycling, rowing machine, treadmill, etc.), it generates energy which allows him to credit his CO2 account. He also takes the opportunity to carry out the physical preparation necessary for his sporting trip. This energy credit is a crypto currency for energy and sport.

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Nicolas Renond

Nabaiji Communication Leader

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030 in Hendaye where a Decat’coop opens its doors. The principle is simple: a collaborative and participatory sports grocery store bringing together all the players in the sport: Quentin passionate about surfing goes to Decat’coop to advise Joceline who wants to start surfing. Joceline repairs Alain’s hiking bag. Alain rents his bike to Marie who is a yoga teacher. Quentin takes yoga lessons with Marie to improve his practice of sport; in short, it is a story of sharing and mutual help around the passion for sport.

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Jean Louis Doridot

Prototypist

Hendaye, France

In 2030, I leave my home and receive a message from my favorite store Decathlon, saying that I need to replace the sole of my running shoes because I was already running 1000 kilometers. I reserve the hydrogen car to go to the upcycling meeting point closest to my home. I go through an RFID reader which detected my shoes. I put them in a box where they are processed automatically. The soleplate is replaced automatically in 3 minutes. I can use my shoes as before. The old sole is going to be turned into a new one or upcycled and used for something else.

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Camille Gagneux

Sustainability Leader in Retail

Nantes, France

It’s 2030, Tom lives in Bordeaux. He wants to go surfing. He left by electric bike for Lacanau where he plugged his bike on the Decat Cop. Jenny, the manager of the DecatCop (rental place, social sharing, mobile) recommends Wing Foil. This is more suitable for the windy conditions at that time. With his Decathlon year-round multisport package, Tom enjoys free Wing Foil classes with the local community. He finishes his session late at night, then drops his Wing Foil in an automatic return locker. He takes back his recharged electric bike to return home.

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Mikael Salmon-Legagneur

Product Engineer

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I leave my home when I stumble on a plastic bottle, they are rare now. I therefore contacted the drone cleaning company to collect this waste in order to deposit it in the nearest reprocessing centre, this bottle will become fuel. It is noon when I decide to go to lunch at the beach, the sea is cleaner for a few years, the work of the waste-cleaning boats, which make the tourist link to the other continent, is responsible. The icing on the cake, these boats are moving forward thanks to the fuel that my bottle will produce this morning. The circle is complete!

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Paul Perrez

Store Leader

Rouen, France

I am in 2030, I leave my home when I am a little hungry. I’m heading to the sandwich shop downstairs. I order a Greek menu with fries and a dessert to go. I ask what desserts are available. The seller offers me tiramisu or lemon pie. When I get home I realize that he hasn’t put the dessert in the bag. I call him back to complain. Then he says, “Taste the packaging and call me back afterwards.” A little perplexed, I complied and I tasted the best tiramisu of my life!!! By 2030, the packaging is edible and flavourful, while providing the necessary nutrients for a balanced meal.

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Marie Gaffory

Workshop Manager

Montpellier, France

It’s 2030. I get up and connect to my team to find out if we are having a face-to-face or remote meeting. The meeting will be face-to-face so I go by bike to work. I took the bike at the connected station below my building which belongs to everyone. For lunch, the team goes to the roof of the building where a collective vegetable garden allows everyone to prepare their food. Waste is 100% recovered because of 0 loss of resources. Plant waste is used as fertilizer and non-plant waste is recycled as a secondary material. We no longer use any raw material, the resources are now self-sufficient.

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Nicolas Ferrand

New Business Exploration Leader

Paris, France

Today, July 4, 2030, I wake up to the scent of orange trees, I get up to pick my breakfast on the balcony of my “urban hut”, the morning eggs are provided by my hens. Bird songs in the background… I shower with rainwater naturally filtered by plants, the wastewater will be used to water my vegetable garden. I set off for my co-working space, on the way, I pick as I want. I offer the surplus of my harvest to people who work with me and who have found food different from mine on the course. At the end of the day, we meet with friends below the trees to squeeze a cocktail made from harvested food during the day.

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Jennifer Dewitte

Artengo Designer

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I am proud to live in Hendaye. I saw the transformation of the city: The city has become 50% green, wealth of flora and fauna, transformation of roads, zero petrol, modularity of modes of transport (paddle/bike/walk…), local self-sufficiency: from urban vegetable gardens to urban farming, re-learning vital know-hows and being autonomous, slowing down our way of life to reconnect with others, school has transformed, children learn on their own through nature etc. Our lifestyle is 100% based on renewable energy. Sport is integrated into our daily lives through physical transport and social activities.

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Julie Drogou

Product Engineer

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I’m leaving my house and the sun is burning my retina. In one thought, a drone flies over the roof of my house and brings me the pair of Quechua sunglasses I need. I then take the road to the café in the square to join Brice, my long-time friend. As soon as we arrive, our favorite drinks are immediately served to us at the table. We decide to go hiking in the afternoon: the coffee table then turns into a giant tablet. In a few seconds, all the equipment is available to us. In the blink of an eye, our order is validated and will be brought to us where we will be in 30 minutes. In 2030, I can buy what I want, where I want and when I want it.

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Precillia Anselin

Hiking / Climbing Sports Leader

Montpellier, France

It’s 2030, cars have been banned!!! I wake up looking at my monthly C02 counter and it’s almost at 0, the end of the month is going to be difficult. To get to work I can’t take public transport, which continues to generate C02 emissions. No problem, I just need to play sports. I go to the Decathlon sports cooperative of socoa which provides sports equipment (manufactured locally and subsidised by the town hall) for all. I equip myself with a bike and take the road to Hendaye. I meet Mikael, who has decided to use an electric kayak to reach Hendaye by sea. Once in Hendaye I return my equipment to the Hendaye Decathlon cooperative. The changing rooms are available to put me in work clothes.  I’m finishing the journey on foot.

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Adrien Bernard

Product Engineer Itiwit

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, the rising waters transform the city of Bordeaux into French Venice. The means of locomotion of the past decade have become obsolete. Some manufacturers are also using amphibians even if their price and environmental awareness limits their use. José, fervent defender of Nature, and provided with a modest scholarship, opted for the use of a new concept, tran-sport. Every morning José, dressed in his swimsuit and his dynamically powered flippers, carries his children into an aquatic bubble to drop them off at school. Once his kids have been entrusted to the teacher, José swims back to his office. Upon arrival, he hastens to change in the locker room of his office and to store his gear in the locker provided for this purpose.

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Regis Aires

Digital Manager

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I am leaving home to go to Decathlon because I need swimming equipment. At Decathlon it’s cool because you make your products on site with a sports technician who offers plenty of options to customise your equipment. I have a right leg and arm amputated. In order to swim, I would like to find hand and foot fin adaptations. No problem ! Nabaiji has several basic products that will be able to transform and adapt to my needs. It was my friend Jo who told me to go because he is blind and Nabaiji made him glasses which are equipped with sonar and which give him a vocal feedback. Decathlon offers all the sports equipment in customisation as needed, it’s really great! 😉

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Margaux Caillier

Image Leader

Hendaye, France

In 2030, sport becomes a daily activity that produces energy, produces no waste and cleans the planet. eg. paddle is 100% recycled and during the practice, a net in the rear allows you to collect waste at sea. By cycling to work, you take the opportunity to wash your clothes thanks to the drum attached to the back of the bike … Thanks to these activities, the population has better health, which enables less CO2, less medicines and fewer hospitals … and this will reduce the carbon footprint of transport. Reconnecting with nature will allow you to get back to sport (e.g. cutting a tree with a saw instead of chainsaw). We always have a winner and a finisher in competitions, and in 2030 we will also have cleaners.

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Coralie Vergès

Pattern Maker

Hendaye, France

I am in 2030. I am leaving my house and I’m going to join a person who is waiting for me to give her a sewing lesson. I arrive at her place and at the end of the session, she credits me with the time I have spent with her. I make my different talents available to everyone. I have three talents – sewing, English and surfing and the people around me can ask me through a platform. I therefore work in a local network and I have access to the talents of those around me. Tonight I’m hosting a dinner party with friends and I don’t know how to cook. I go on the platform and ask someone who could prepare me a dinner worthy of the name! I don’t necessarily belong to a company but to a community of talent. There is no more money, but only people serving one another.

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Simon Leray

Pattern Maker

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house and I take my bike, my recycled backpack and I go to work taking the old roads intended for cars entirely rehabilitated in wooded bike paths. I arrive at my workplace, a place in the heart of a forest, in a building that is self-sufficient in energy and which produces no Co2 emissions. Moreover, it purifies the air thanks to “living” materials which recycle polluted air and reject pure air and positive energy. The workspace is an intergenerational place in which young children and the elderly spend the day with the employees and help bring the place to life. Here I work, I live, I exchange and I share with various people. I contribute to the life of the place, respecting nature in total neutrality for it.

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Laura Ziegler

Digital Leader

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I leave my home and take my piezoelectric bike to do the 10km that separates me from my workplace. I will produce part of the energy needs of my professional and personal day (heating, power, light, air conditioning, PC, telephone, etc.). Between noon and 2 pm, I will run with my energy-generating shoes and my thermo-absorbent clothes that allow me to complete my weekly energy production. When I come home with my super “piezo-bike”, the solar collectors of my backpack and my cap will give me the surplus necessary for the functioning of my home’s needs. Today, my family produced more than my needs, I transfer this surplus to my energy community. I visualize and measure the contribution to the community of my energy balance on my NRJ-account !

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Wilfried Cornet

Purchase Hub Leader

Lille, France

In 2030, children evolve in an environment which they choose and therefore preserve their instincts. Their instincts guides them towards the right choices to be made to preserve the world (the living). There is no longer a seam between the world of adults and children: they can rub each other’s shoulders on the school benches: the school of RECONNEXION, or in the “companies” and associations for workshops. Children help adults follow this path and reconnect with and cultivate their inner child (and therefore their instincts). Children and adults spend time together and nurture each other. There is a place for everyone, everywhere, in this truly intergenerational society. Children, in this free context, exploit their creative potential to invent the solutions of tomorrow.

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Pauline Sterckeman

User Leader – Btwin (Kid Cycling)

Lille, France

It is 2030, I am leaving my floating house to go to work. Seeing all the fish under my feet makes me think that I have to set up the fish trap on my island so I can share food with my family and neighbours tonight. So I head to the pedal-bus where I meet my neighbours. We discuss the increase in the price of meat and new consumable algae. I arrive at my work, I am an agricultural engineer to find new cultivation methods such as large-scale aquaplaning and I discuss with my colleague on new consumable fauna and flora. After work, I have to go “shopping”, for which I put on my mask and my snorkel to go and collect seaweed and shells which will complete the meal tonight. Review of the day: 30 mins by pedal-bus and 1 hour of underwater picking, I did my sport for the day! All I have to do is go find my children and have a good time with my family!

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Lucie Rogé

Skill Leader on Project Management

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house when I drop my smartphone and it doesn’t work anymore. I go to the village workshop to see Gérard, my neighbour technician who has already repaired my little sister’s computer. He doesn’t have time this morning because it is his turn to manage the vegetable garden. It doesn’t matter, there will be another permanence that will be provided by someone else this afternoon. I take this opportunity to go and repair the jeans that my neighbour dropped off this morning in the sewing workshop. In fact, every Friday I put my dressmaking skills at the service of the community. In my neighbourhood, everyone puts their skills to help others as they wish. We have several common areas in the neighbourhood which facilitate exchanges and services between us. Tomorrow is the 1st Saturday of the month, we will be a small group to maintain the workshop, rearrange it and discuss future projects. We will obviously end the morning with a meal together.

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Emily Gladwin

New Business Model Explorer

Lille, France

It is March 5, 2030, my phone warned me this morning that my environmental impact was still in the red since my last surf trip in Indonesia (and yes, because of the plane!). Since this trip, and despite the credits saved before, I am careful to minimize my impact to balance my balance sheet. Today, the weather is nice, the waves are not very big, I will go to the ESCH, the collaborative surf school in Hendaye who announced that I needed an accompanist for a session with the local youth. I arrive by a shared electric bike, the boards are available on site. I go to the water with the young people, my role today is quite simple, they are locals who know how to surf well, I just ensure security. I take advantage of my round to pick up the few rubbish still present in the water. Following this session, my phone tells me that I have regained 3 points of DD impact, two thanks to social credit and one to environmental credit. The latter is still too low, I am going to work on foot.

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Damien Saumureau

Nabaiji Innovation Leader

Hendaye, France

I get up one morning on March 12, 2030. I live in the countryside. Today I’m going to Madagascar. I take one of the village’s (most filled out) compost cars to get to the station. The car captures solar, wind and thermal energy, which allows me to move around. While driving my car grinds the organic waste it contains. Arriving at the station, on the car-sharing area, the compost is deposited in the recovery system (underground trap, robot, etc.), which will be transported to a specific compartment of the train. I get on my train, which leaves on time. During the journey, the train disperses compost mixed with seeds (flowers, fruits and vegetables). At the airport, I get on my plane. It flies away thanks to the energies it captures. During the journey, it grinds the excess compost deposited by the trains passing through the airport into very fine particles and disperses it when it flies over predefined areas. In Madagascar, I plan to take a boat trip. This boat collects marine waste and rejects clean water. I had a great holiday!

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Orane Tardits

Project Owner

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I’m leaving my house and I will drop off my six-year-old child and that of the neighbors at school. This morning after his math class, he will have an hour’s lesson on self-knowledge, awakening the senses and living well together. After dropping them off, I don’t go to my workplace but to a home to help young people with integration difficulties. This is the norm, each citizen devotes two days a week to an action for the community in addition to his three days of work in a company. My husband, who is in the company today, received an additional three day-offs as a bonus for his excellent work. Companies also reward their employees with free time, not only with money. Tonight on the way back, after dropping off the children and a colleague, I pick up a raclette machine and a screwdriver which we jointly own with several local residents. A connected app allows us to share a lot of assets in real time to optimize their actual usage time. The whole society is primarily focused on genuine happiness rather than the fleeting pleasures of consumption.

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Marylène Hernandez

Management Controller Manager

Paris, France

Tomorrow, sport is part of your DNA, part of our everyday life. It is no longer a practice but a way of living that was instilled from an early age. This promotes public health and the values such as sharing, reduction of inequalities (physical, societal, etc.), respect for our playground (environment). All children have access to sports on a regular basis, free of charge in their school curriculum, outside the competition spectrum. Sport is at the heart of education, and all disciplines are transmitted through the prism of sport. For example, we would teach concentration through yoga, math through navigation, management of failure through team sports (football), orienteering which develops the ability to visualize the world… Social inequalities are erased because all children have access to different practices, and this can free up more qualitative time for families after school (forced travel by parents). Children will develop very diverse values, and this is adapted to the different intelligences: visual, spatial, musical, logico-mathematical, existential, bodily, verbal, intra-personal (emotional)…

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Lena Defontaine

Component Engineer

Hendaye, France

It is 2030, when the whole world began its ecological transition, individuals, businesses, as well as policies in general. Vehicles turn to biofuel, personal vehicles just like the way and produce and consume has totally changed, all waste is recycled. Plastic has been banned, and is no longer even produced due to lack of consumption, because individuals have become aware of its harmful nature. The marine ecosystem (fauna, flora, corals) is being rebuilt. Forests are re-densifying, biodiversity is booming; Domestic flights are reduced or non-existent in countries where size allows. There are fewer flights in general. No one throws anything on the ground anymore, because a strict policy on this has been put in place. Food waste no longer exists, laws strictly prohibit it. All leftovers from restaurants and supermarkets are donated, sold at reduced prices or bequeathed to associations/made available in solidarity fridges on the street. The country is self sufficient, all the electricity produced comes from “natural” resources (solar panels, etc., there are no more power plants) and is recycled.

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Louise Mardellat (External)

Assistant Marketing Campaign Manager,

Groupe BPCE

Lille, France

It’s March 12, 2030, my alarm clock with red dial (low energy) which is powered by the movements of my sibbe mattress. I make myself a juice with my sobrimix inherited from grandma in my veranda under the melodious songs of the birds. New day, sobrimix offers me a recipe for the evening soup with the excess fruits and vegetables juice. I go to the wardrobe stage, oh no where are my tights…! Geraldine, the cat has been playing with it all night long. I end up finding it but it is intact! I put on my sobricombi. No need for a coat, sobricombi adapts to the weather. The fibers inflate in a super warm down jacket in winter and become light and fluid in summer. Michel is waiting for me at the local repair café to repair the brake on my cargo bike and add a new winter function: the saddle and heated grips thanks to the energy generated by pedaling. Plants and moss have finally grown on my path, I will be able to put my O carbon impact gravel tires, the asphalt no longer exists. I picked up those tires from Françoise who had driven 10,000 km. Tires repaired as demonstrated by the pretty patchwork of beeswax patch.

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Marie Guiouillier

Product Engineer

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I leave my home and take a paddle in the collective “paddle-lib”, stock of my place of life, and I will go shopping by taking the city’s developed canals since the rising waters. I drop by to ask the refugee family who have just moved into the sub23 if they need anything. They ask me to add some money for them in the “common pot” which is used for the whole residence in the contribution of the common laundry and the cooperative supermarket in which the residents of the district each work 2 hours per month. The children have gone to school: their paddle is waiting for them at the solar boat stop to return at the end of the day. The parents of newcomers accompany the children from the whole residence to the boat in the morning and home in the evening. I go home, 60 m2 well arranged for a family of four. Collective spaces are designed for our daily well-being. The rent is very affordable because many things are shared and part of the energy is self-produced. The accommodations are very well designed to limit energy consumption. We operate as an intelligent, sober and respectful community. Our habitat has been designed to facilitate this way of life.

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Alice Rochet & the Hendaye Team

Brand Assistant

Hendaye, France

Flo, Guillaume and Driss are three childhood friends with different physical backgrounds. They like to spend all their time together but their sporting goals separated them. Flo is a competitor, he has taken part in several national events and loves to surpass himself to feel good. Guillaume practices sport every day but at a low level, he loves to drink shots and practise for maintaining physical and mental fitness. Driss has a motor disability, he cannot exert himself over long periods and at a high intensity. Today, thanks to the technologies of personal assistance (motor and mental), the three of them can practise together on the same courses, meeting the needs of each. Flo does not use any assistance, he climbs by bike by changing only the speeds. Guillaume, on the other hand, prefers to use the electric assistance when climbing. Driss needs full automation to perform the movement and not to increase his cardio. The bikes are connected to the user, they regulate themselves according to the given target and live in the state of fatigue of the body and organs. Thanks to this, the three athletes do not worry about changing the parameters, the bikes adapt constantly and allow the three friends to climb a peak together and enjoy a unique experience.

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Nathalie Ziegler

Executive Assistant of Olaian

Guillaume Guery

Quality Manager of Water Thermal

Insulation Process

Hendaye, France

It is 2030, only the mountains that are not buried by the waters remain. Cities have become islands stretching across the water, there are no more cars to move around. Jérôme is part of the ZU micro-community, he leaves his floating house to go to work on another island. He goes to the self-service kayak terminal, he takes his kayak thanks to his transport subscription which gives him access to all available transport. Thanks to his electric kayak, which recharges with solar energy, he will quickly get to his workplace. He uses the water line reserved for Kayak, he meets his friend John who travels by swimming. The latter can accelerate his swimming speed thanks to a propelled aid (always thanks to solar energy). He arrives at his destination, leaves his kayak at a terminal and enjoys the available showers included in the subscription. On his kayak he brought his folding bicycle, through which he will finish his journey to his workplace. His main activity is dedicated to the circular economy, including the bartering of food products for recyclable waste. He has another professional activity at Decathlon where he set up this barter system for the products sold in his brand. After the day, he returns home in an ‘After Boat’ transport to enjoy this pleasant time with his friends.

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Faustine Thurette

User Leader of Aquafitness

Hendaye, France

It is 2030, I left my home on a Saturday morning with my daughter to go for a walk in nature. Before climbing the Jaizkibel, I cross Hondarribia and walk along the beach. Given the general cleanliness of the city, there is no need to tell my daughter not to touch or pick up anything she finds on the ground (there is no more rubbish on the ground). We walk through the market and we appreciate the different smells of fresh bread, vegetables, slow-cooked dishes and fish because there are no more smells of garbage cans, municipal cleaning products, or vehicle exhaust. As we leave the town, we take a break on the beach for the pleasure of walking barefoot in the sand safely (no sharp waste on the beach) and breathe the benefits of negative marine ions. Once reboosted, we are off for the ascent. I love this place because there is a large ecosystem and my daughter loves running after the rabbits, petting the pottoks and watching raptors and seabirds. Higher up we cross a stream that allows us to drink a can of fresh water and pick some blackberries, giving us energy to finish this ascent. If all this is possible it is because man no longer generates single-use objects. 100% of end-of-life objects are revalued; either by creating energy or by serving as a raw material. This allows the whole world to no longer create plastic but to regenerate new products from existing plastic. This positive impact on the planet has helped to rebalance the climate. Thanks to this our coasts are protected, the seasons are again marked and there are fewer meteorological events (floods, hailstorms, storms, cyclones, drought, etc.).

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Nicolas Chato

Method Engineer

Hendaye, France

In 2030, I’m leaving my home. Today, we are not allowed to take our cars and we have to travel by public transport or by bicycle. Today I am not going to work because it is my monthly day of duty. I took it at the same time as the colleagues with whom I get along well. To protect the glaciers, each person in the company climbs on foot with an insulating blanket to protect the glacier. These blankets are made with biodegradable waste. These materials are supplied by the companies that collect their waste. By donating part of this new raw material, companies are partly meeting their obligation to make resources available for the common good. Other companies have participated in making the blankets and mine frees up our time. The materials and the blankets are transported by the transport companies in the valley which fill the void of their trucks with the blankets. They drop them off each time when they pass the collection centres backed by the factories with the machines needed for processing. Banks provide accounting  to lighten the companies which participate in an operational way. We’re getting to the glacier. We take care of the last hundred meters of extra blankets that arrives by cables. Those who have breathing problems or are too physically weak to climb can participate by pedaling in order to bring up blankets along the cables installed along the rimaye. Thus, each and every company participates to its extent. At the end of the year, each company will be able to offer its employees a pass to go on a caving trip under the ice in order to explore the hidden universes that we have helped to preserve together.

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Timothée Esteva

Product Engineer of Snowboard Boots

Passy, France

It’s 2030 when I decide to go to work. Today, I work from home because all public and private companies dedicate this day to the Green Project. This Green Project consists of a massive collective investment for the production of clean and future energy. I worked in the nuclear industry and there was a massive democratic transition towards the development of solar, tidal, geothermal, wind, hydro and fusion power generation technology. A sort of Marshall Plan for clean energy. Many companies are expanding to produce clean energy. Industrial emulation is born and innovation creates jobs and wealth sustainably while replacing the old destructive practices of our living environment. This project makes sense to all and brings us together around simple values based on ‘optimism for the future’. The project is led by all of us and supported by our communities and our politicians. We have chosen that a large part of our taxes and industrial profits be used for this future project. Institutional research and corporate work hand in hand and move quickly. We collectively create economic, human and environmental values and are world market leaders for these technologies and for a long time to come. We are free, happy and rich in knowledge to be part of this unique movement in the world.

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Gabriel Joly

Hiking Leader

Chamonix, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house when I meet my neighbour doing his morning gym, on machines using his movements to create energy. While continuing my walk by taking the main path of the subdivision, I meet my other neighbours in their various activities, some pedalling to be able to watch their TV, others gardening in the common vegetable gardens, others still tinkering to repair and maintain the dwellings in good condition. The atmosphere is cool, everyone is at his or her own pace. Today I plan to help my friend repair her old car and then go and prepare the meal together for my friends and neighbours. At the other end of the neighbourhood, I hear the mower and I see John picking up the grass to putting it in one of the compost bins available all over the neighbourhood. Everyone helps each other on a daily basis and lives at his or her own pace, putting energy at the service of all.

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Magalie Bedel (External)

Freelance Vision Relay

Lille, France

It’s 2030 I leave my home to go for a walk, crossing the countryside. I come across drones, running on solar energy, which spread products on a field. The farm next door is peaceful, without protection. It is true that now, thanks to technological advancement, chemistry is no longer polluting, it helps to preserve the nature. It even enriches soils without distorting them, the soils are no longer depleted and their yield is optimal. All ecosystems are preserved, man no longer has to deplete resources for his survival. This does not only apply to fertilizers or phytosanitary products but to all everyday products: cosmetics, dishwashing liquids, detergent, motor oil … Green chemistry makes it possible to synthesize products without impacts on humans and nature without exhausting natural resources (water, forest, air, food etc.).

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Manon Brizard

Pharmacist Toxicologist

Lille, France

It is 2030, I leave my home then my virtual assistant alerts me that the automatic watering system is defective. So I go back home, and my installer’s customer service automatically calls me to take care of the incident. I still want to check for myself that the community greenhouse in my neighborhood is at the right temperature (to make up for my absence, as is often the case, my hologram at work starts at 9:15 a.m.) Arriving in the greenhouse heated by my solar panels, I see Claudine, a local resident, accompanied by her personal robot who does the collection, and takes care of depositing the organic waste from the previous day in the compost. I take this opportunity to pick up the ripe strawberries, which I will share with my colleagues during the meal prepared 100% with food from the greenhouse.

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Mickael Lemaire

Data Owner Competence Leader

Lille, France

In 2030, I leave my home and have everything I need within reach. I am part of my community. Exchange, sharing, renting are the basic principles of my neighborhood. We learn to be of service. We have gained our autonomy through our interdependence. We have realised that we are connected. We have separated ourselves from objects and needs that we considered superfluous. We operate in shared governance, everyone has a weight in the decisions that are made. We no longer oppose nature to man. We have understood that man is nature and that less is more.

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Caroline Perrineau

Yoga Teacher (external)

Sébastien Uscher

Sustainable Development Project Manager 

Laurane Franconi

Digital Communication Officer

Lyon, France

It’s in 2030, the laws have evolved to limit vulnerable construction on the coast, houses are built on stilts and people move around by non-polluting boats. Our crops are cleaner, we recycle 100% of our waste, we transform, lend, exchange and give the things that we do not use anymore. We produce respectful energy. At school, we are taught the principles of respect for the environment, to recycle, to be aware of our impact and pollution. Our jobs are respectful of habitat, they take into account our impact and allow us to find a balance with our environment.

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Edel Leon

Product Engineer

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I am leaving my home to contribute to the community and/or the collective through local skills (medicine, manual, education …). My mobility is green by “slow” transport which allows me to use my global environment and playground (land, river, river, sea). I participate in the rental and repair of the necessary equipment on a daily basis. We have more time to invest in research, education, creativity and well-being etc. This collective environment (of not owning only for oneself) gives us more societal opportunity and sharing by giving time.

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Barbara Michet

Prototype Developer

Hendaye, France

It’s 2030, I leave the house when I see my neighbour on a hike bringing something to the back and front: he is very proud of his new bike with which he creates the energy for dinner. He said: When I come back, my wife could then cook for the family for the whole week. He asked me in return, “What about you? How are you going to get the right amount of energy? I replied, “I do football training with the poor children of the village for two hours. That will be enough to light up the village for this evening and night!”

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Julie Le Bourvellec

Method Engineer for Textile

Lille, France

It’s 2030, I leave my house when it’s lunchtime. I go to my community garden where I can harvest the vegetables needed to prepare my salad tonight. The tomatoes planted by Agathe, the parsley sown by Odile and the zucchini from Suzette. I take the time to make my contribution by watering the vegetable garden with the rainwater we have collected from Ludo’s barrel. On the way back we meet Marcel who invites us to the shared barbecue area to taste his chickens. I take the opportunity to ask his wife for some mechanical advice because my car has broken down. Enjoy your meal!

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Sabrina Cozic and the Gymnastics Team

Product & Apparel Designer

Lille, France

Hungary 

I wake up in the morning and plan my day. I work from home so I spend my time alone. I am completely self-sufficient, I produce everything for myself, I recycle and compost it. My job is to promote this lifestyle and raise awareness. I spend a lot of time in nature. I’m about to live in a completely self-sufficient world where we don’t harm our planet.

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Erika Lengyel

Backpacking Sport Leader

Gyor, Hungary

In 2030, I leave home watching the news in the morning from my cell phone to work, and it was great to read that they had a decisive success with recycled products. 60% of the products purchased are already recyclable thanks to the materials they use. And now the focus has been on promoting that this recycling will leave even less ecological footprints by being able to do this activity locally without having to ship. Arriving at my workplace, it makes me feel good and proud because, since last year, we have been actively involved in this direction since 10% of our products are made from recyclable materials and about 20% from the resale of used goods. Recycling is already done locally so that we can eliminate emissions from shipping. Going forward, we strive to reach 80-90% of our products within the next 10 years through recycling and resale.

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Viktoria Domokos

Store Leader

Budapest, Hungary

In 2030, I leave the house when I meet my neighbor. He has just returned from a housing cooperative. He brought the milk and I picked up the eggs from the hens in the morning to go to the cooperative. Since we have moved to a kind of self-sustaining agriculture, every member of the residential complex is involved in the production chain. The products produced are thus shared among us. Our goal is to ensure a healthier and more sustainable life. We all trust the products here and we know that every member of the community strives to make their own product without chemicals. As a result of our ongoing discussions, we have moved to a more mindful diet, which means we eat less meat and more vegetables. As we mainly eat local products, we are introduced to many new flavors. We have also reduced our ecological footprint by eliminating the cost of shipping these products. We try to make as little waste as possible that we can compost. Energy is provided by solar panels and wind farms.

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Lilla Herczeg

Corporate Communication Director

Budapest, Hungary

We are in Budapest. The sun rose and the alarm rang. Another wonderful day sets in! Nowadays, scientists have developed a solution that significantly reduces the environmental impact, making our planet prosper. After getting up and swinging upstairs, I enter a room formerly called the kitchen, where there is a machine like a tanning bed. It’s a strange development. You just install it and you no longer need to eat in the traditional sense. This machine nourishes the body at the cellular level. It delivers microscopic nutrients to the human body through the skin and respiration which are necessary for survival and maintenance of our health. Five minutes a day of nutrition in this structure and you are ready for daily intake. The sunrays replenish these nutrients, so it’s enough to use the machine once a day. It’s a good reason to breathe during the day. Wonderful isn’t it? Breathing breaks and sunbathing in the workplace instead of lunch breaks. Of course, cloudy weather also does not hamper the functioning of the structure, since it feeds without sunlight, only twice a day is needed. So all my day is spent usefully. I am full of energy, collecting trash with a group that we put in recycling units. At the end of the day, I go home and I just sit on the couch because I can live in a place where the earth is important.

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Cintia Czibolya

Sports Consultant & Product Trainer

Budapest, Hungary

It’s 2030, let’s go to work, and what do I see around me? Everything has changed over the past 10 years: for a bright future. I leave my house and wait for the bus which runs to almost 200 seats, with extremely fast and renewable energy. It also does not obstruct traffic, as it rolls on a roadside rail above cars. Today, the focus has been on protecting the environment. Everywhere I look out the window, instead of brick buildings, it’s full of greenery. It wakes me up every morning. When I get to work, I see that everywhere around me the light from solar panels shines on buildings, because it is now mandatory to use this energy for every company. The cars on the road are powered by recycled domestic oil, and the extraction of diesel and gasoline has ended for the future of the Earth – without war. Today our newest robot colleague is on duty to help us with our pickup and unpacking work. It’s cool, because then I can focus on my new project which is cleaning the air, protecting the environment and animals. This project is very important to me. Fortunately, there is a lot going on and nowadays all meat products are available in stores and can be used in everyday cooking instead of meat. That’s how I cook it. I am currently working on an artificial air purification system, which will soon help to clean our air.

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Dora Dominika Paal

Team Leader

Gyor, Hungary