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Pullman Bordeaux Lac
Star rating 4
Address Avenue Jean Gabriel Domergue ,  Bordeaux 33300 ,  Aquitaine , France, Europe
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If meetings are on the menu, there's no better place for them to happen than in the 2,000 square metres of modular space devoted to business gatherings.As many as 15 separate meeting rooms can accommodate between 10 and 700 participants. Flipcharts, overhead projectors, free Wi-Fi everywhere - nothing has been overlooked.Our dedicated Event Manager can help make sure your event has what it takes to become a success. Our IT Solutions Manager is ready to resolve any tech-related issues. ROOM NAME Montesquieu SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 20 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel U-SHAPED ROOM 8 participants BOARD-ROOM 8 participants CLASSROOM STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel BANQUET Configuration is not available for this hotel ROOM NAME 6 salons de sous commissions SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 26 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 15 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 10 participants BOARD-ROOM 10 participants CLASSROOM STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel BANQUET Configuration is not available for this hotel ROOM NAME Epernon SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 42 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel U-SHAPED ROOM 10 participants BOARD-ROOM 10 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 18 participants BANQUET 10 participants ROOM NAME Ausone SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 73 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel U-SHAPED ROOM 12 participants BOARD-ROOM 12 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 34 participants BANQUET 20 participants ROOM NAME Alienor SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 77 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 50 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 24 participants BOARD-ROOM 24 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 33 participants BANQUET 40 participants ROOM NAME Espace pauses SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 150 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 150 participants U-SHAPED ROOM Configuration is not available for this hotel BOARD-ROOM Configuration is not available for this hotel CLASSROOM STYLE Configuration is not available for this hotel BANQUET Configuration is not available for this hotel ROOM NAME Montaigne a SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 150 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 100 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 35 participants BOARD-ROOM 45 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 70 participants BANQUET 80 participants ROOM NAME Rohan a SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 150 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 90 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 40 participants BOARD-ROOM 40 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 70 participants BANQUET 80 participants ROOM NAME Rohan c SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 150 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 90 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 40 participants BOARD-ROOM 40 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 70 participants BANQUET 70 participants ROOM NAME Rohan b SURFACE AREA, ASCENDING SORT 300 m² HEIGHT 3 m THEATRE STYLE 200 participants U-SHAPED ROOM 60 participants BOARD-ROOM 60 participants CLASSROOM STYLE 130 participants BANQUET 160

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Hotel Montparnasse Alesia
Street Alesia 147 ter, Paris 75014 France Europe
Easy access: 10 minutes from Montparnasse Station, many buses and metro lines
2 rooms with adjustable layouts
Maximum capacity of 40 persons
Fully equipped
Calm in the heart of Paris
Broad day light
Bring together your teams and staff at the Montparnasse Alesia Hotel in a functional, elegant and quiet setting. You will dispose of 2 bright modular rooms that can accomodate up to 40 persons with a set of quality services thanks to our offer of accomodation and catering with restaurant partners

Room 1
area 31 m2
Theater person 20
In U shape person 15
Class person 20

Rooms 1 + 2
area 63 m2
Theater person 40
In U shape person 40
Class  person 30"
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Louvre Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Tour with Venus de Milo & Mona Lisa
Paris, France, Europe
Investment value  57.60 USD
Certified Study Package
Experience culture and art through the ages with a small-group tour of Paris’ epic Louvre Museum. Jump the queue and learn about some of the museum’s 35,000 artworks across eight themed galleries from your art historian guide. Then enjoy time on your own to explore, viewing paintings, sculpture, and architecture from 450 BC to the 19th century. Numbers are limited to 25 on this small-group tour or upgrade your ticket to a private tour exclusive to just your group.  Choose to upgrade for a private tour of the Louvre Guided walking tour inside the Louvre Museum Skip the line for a speedy entry See the 'Venus de Milo' and 'Mona Lisa' Enjoy commentary from an English-speaking guide, plus audio headsets so you can hear clearly A small-group tour limited to 25 people maximum or a private tour exclusive to only your group
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Departure Point Arc de triomphe du Carrousel, 75001 Paris, France Meet at the Arc du Carrousel. This is a monumental arch with a horse-drawn chariot on top, situated across the road from the courtyard of the Louvre. Standing with your back to the entrance of the Louvre Museum. Before the entrance to the Tuileries Garden (Jardin du Tuileries) Return Details Louvres, France The tour ends in the lobby of the Louvre, just under the Pyramid

Your journey through some of the world’s great artistic treasures begins at the Arc du Carrousel, next to the Louvre entrance. Choose a morning, afternoon, or evening tour and meet your English-speaking guide. Enjoy fast access to the museum with your skip-the-line pass and begin your tour through the massive venue, home to over 35,000 works of art spanning more than 73,000 square meters of exhibition space. Your entrance pass also provides complimentary audio headsets.   Wander the diverse exhibitions, starting with the Ancient Greek Parthenon, followed by the iconic 'Venus de Milo.' While in the ancient antiquities gallery, view the celebrated 'Winged Victory of Samothrace.' Then head to the Apollo Gallery to see the opulent royal crowns of Napoleon and King Louis XV. Get a taste of the French Revolution with Delacroix’s painting 'Liberty Leading the People,' and take in the Italian Renaissance as you gaze at the work of Michelangelo and Da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa.' (See full sample list below.) With your small group (limited to 25 people), engage in lively chats with your guide and hear entertaining anecdotes, trivia, and history. Or if you've chosen the private tour, enjoy unlimited access to your guide's wealth of knowledge. Afterward, spend as much time as you like exploring the museum independently. Please Note: Evening tours are limited to Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:30pm. For an extra unique experience, book an evening session and wind through the quiet corridors at night, when the crowds are gone and the artwork is basked in soft light. Enjoy the tour without all the bustle, and finish with great views of the Louvre’s glittery outside pyramid lit up after dusk. Itinerary Stop At:   Louvre Museum Skip the line and see all the Louvre Museum’s must-see attractions alongside under-appreciated treasures. From the legendary ‘Mona Lisa’ to the imposing ‘Winged Victory’, your passionate guide will reveal subtle details about the Louvre’s most well-known masterpieces. Then, venture deeper into the museum, to take in the best of the rest, including pieces from the golden age of French Romanticism. After the tour, you’re free to stay as long as you like to continue exploring. Duration: 3 hours  Admission Ticket Included Stop At:   Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel Meeting place prior to start the tour Duration: 10 minutes Admission Ticket Free

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Hotel & Spa Chateau de l'ile
Star rating 5
Address 4, Quai Heydt ,  Illkirch-Graffenstaden 67540, France,  Europe.
Investment value  9.2 USD
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The 5-star Hotel & Spa Chateau de l'ile offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Ostwald. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, valet parking are just some of the facilities on offer. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as hot tub, sauna, golf course (within 3 km), indoor pool, spa. For reliable service and professional staff, Hôtel & Spa Château de l'ile caters to your needs.

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International news > Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
COP26: crucial step in the fight against global warming

The 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) or COP26, will be held from 31 October to 12 November 2021, in Glasgow (United Kingdom). As a major player in the fight against climate change and guarantor of the spirit of the Paris Agreement, France will carry out strong actions in Glasgow, together with the European Union, on several priorities.

The latest work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms the urgency of taking action and reducing global greenhouse gas emissions to stay on a trajectory of global temperature rise of 1.5°C as foreseen by the Paris Agreement. The commitments made by States Parties in the framework of COP26 will be decisive for the future of the planet.

Challenges and priorities of COP 26
In this context, the 4 priorities of COP26 are:

1. Raising global climate ambition
5th convention of the Parties since the adoption of the Paris Agreement, COP26 corresponds to the 1st stage point of the cycle of ambition provided for by the Paris Agreement.

This cycle of ambition requires each Party to the agreement to increase its climate commitments every 5 years through the submission of a new Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the UNFCCC.

The European Union has met this target by committing to reduce its net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

2. Finalise the rules for the application of the Paris Agreement
At COP26, negotiations will continue on the rules for the application of the Paris Agreement, in particular on Article 6, which provides for emissions trading mechanisms, and on transparency. France and the European Union hope that the discussions can be finalised in Glasgow.

3. Mobilizing finance for developing countries
Developed countries have pledged to mobilize $100 billion a year for climate change in developing countries between 2020 and 2025.

To take stock of this commitment, developed countries, including France, published before COP26 a delivery plan on the amounts they will mobilize by 2025. This plan was published on October 25, 2021.

France is determined to achieve this goal in order to meet the expectations of the most vulnerable countries. The President of the Republic has undertaken to:

increase climate finance mobilised by France to €6 billion per year from 2021 to 2025;
spend one third (2 billion) on adaptation. This corresponds to an increase from the commitment made at COP 21 to reach €5 billion in 2020, including €1.5 billion for adaptation. In 2020, the commitment was met, with a total of €5.05 billion in funding, including €1.96 billion for adaptation, and even exceeded in 2019 with €6 billion.
For the period 2020-2023, France has doubled its contribution to the Green Climate Fund to €1.5 billion.
This dynamic is part of a European framework: climate finance from the European Union (EU) and its Member States reached €21.9 billion in 2019 (with an EU of 27 members), making the Union the largest contributor of public climate finance.

4. Enhancing and strengthening the Agenda for Action
The Climate Action Agenda was created so that non-state actors can deploy operational climate actions. It was one of the key elements in the success of COP21 and the adoption of the Paris Agreement.

France wishes to perpetuate the inclusive spirit of Paris by continuing to mobilize actors (local authorities, researchers, civil society, NGOs, youth representatives, businesses) and multi-stakeholder coalitions so that they develop concrete solutions to fight climate change in different sectors (energy, transport, buildings, water, ocean). At COP26, France will offer a space of expression to these actors through the programming of its pavilion.