Alice Audouin is a pioneer in the relationship between art and sustainable development. She is the founder and chair of Art of change 21 and former chair and co-founder of COAL (Coalition of art and sustainable development).
She has published 3 books and has many interventions to her credit (European Parliament, UNESCO…). She teaches “Art and Sustainable Development” at the Sorbonne University. She is Knight of the National Order of Merit.
–2017: Creation and launch of the brand Finance For Tomorrow for Paris Europlace.
–2005-2013: Director of Sustainable Development of Havas Media. Expert in responsible communication with Havas customers (Chanel, Accor, Danone …) First LCA (Life Cycle Analysis) of a media plan with ADEME, LVMH and PwC. Co-design and launch of the eco-advertising tool.
–2011-2013: President of the Sustainable Development Commission of UDECAM. First carbon assessment of media buying.
–2000-2004: Director of Marketing and Communication of Novethic, first media and resource center in CSR and SRI, CDC Group.
–2010-2012: Associate Professor, University of Cergy-Pontoise, teaching environmental communication (M2)
–2009, 2010: Principal author, “Responsible Communication”, Eyrolles.
–2006-2011: Co-founder and strong involvement in the Adwiser Collective.
Art and Sustainable Development
–Since 2016: Lecturer at the University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (UFR 04) in “Art and Sustainable Development”.
–2015: Launch of the international project Maskbook by Art of Change 21.
Organization of the exhibition “Post-carbon”.
Exhibition at the Grand Palais and the French Institute in Beijing and performance of artist Wen Fang during COP21
–Since 2014: Creation and presidency of non-for-profit Art of Change 21
–2014: Ecological dismantling of Monumenta, Grand Palais
–2008-2014: President and co-founder of the association COAL (the Art & Sustainable Development coalition).
–Since 2011: Launching and advising the Greenflex art collection
–2004: Designer, organizer and facilitator of the international conference “The artist as a stakeholder” at UNESCO.