Manon Raynal

 

MANON RAYNAL
Chargée de mission RSE
du groupe Lagardère

 

 

 

 
       
       
 

Green afterwork and zero waste on the menu for employees with the LL Network

Now a true “ideas laboratory”, the LL Network offers its members the opportunity to discuss topical issues with a societal impact, such as sustainable development.

The network started by allowing Group employees who have long been committed to the matter, both in their personal lives and their professional lives, to speak during a green afterwork event.

Two Hachette Livre employees in Vanves ta

lked about the introduction to their building of growing trays for flowers and aromatic plants, as well as fruits and vegetables. These two great advocates of biodiversity were able to raise awareness among employees at the site by getting them to (re)discover forgotten species.
The Go Green team from Lagardère Travel Retail, put together on the initiative of Vanina Poquet at Duty Free Global based in La Défense, also came to talk about its efforts to raise awareness on the ground.

Following the success of this afterwork event, the LL Network organised another two workshops on the subject:

  • a workshop during the 2019 annual day that helped to raise awareness about the circular economy and factor this concept into business lines by means of practical case studies;
  • a zero waste breakfast with the authors of the new Larousse collection entitled Les Cahiers du consomm’acteur, and La Recyclerie, partner of the first work, who led a workshop on making tawashi sponges from odd socks brought in by participants.

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Vegetable crops shared between employees of the Hachette Livre head office (Vanves, France).