Enterprises pour l'Environnement (EpE)

Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, Director and Chief Executive Officer of BNP Paribas

Managing Director
Claire Tutenuit

Background information
Enterprises pour l'Environnement was founded in March 1992 to help its members address the need for a better environment as part of sustainable development. Today, Entreprises pour l’Environnement has around 50 members.


Climate change

  • Carbon neutrality;
  • Climate change strategy for business
  • Internal Carbon pricing;
  • Protocols for measuring, reporting and verifying GHG emissions on waste management;
  • Adaptation to Climate Change;
  • Avoided Emissions ;
  • Climate and Trade ;
  • International climate negotiations;
  • Founding member of the Business and Climate Summit.

Ressources management

  • Sustainable water management ;
  • Circular Economy indicators for business;
  • Circular Economy Partnerships;
  • Bioeconomy.


  • Methods & tools to assess and monitor the impacts;
  • Change of scale;
  • Commitments to biodiversity with the act4nature initiative.

Health & Environment

  • Management of the risks on human health and ecosystems;
  • Communication with stakeholders;
  • Business activities’ impacts on the human health and the environment.


  • Identification and management of the impacts;
  • Inclusion of the cross-cutting aspect of both the themes and the issues at stake.


  • Stakeholders dialogue;
  • “Entreprises pour l’Environnement Student Prize” on environmental topics;
  • Entreprises pour l’Environnement Newsletter (on a three months base);
  • Organization and Participation to conferences and debates.


Contact: Sylvie Gillet, Communication

Twitter: @epe_asso

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