IP Paris students contribute to the France 2030 Recovery Plan

On October 8th, the government consulted students from Institut Polytechnique de Paris, ESPCI-PSL and EPITA on the priorities of the France 2030 Recovery Plan. Eight of them presented the conclusions of their work to the Junior Minister for Digital Transition, Cédric O, who came to École Polytechnique for the occasion.

Following the presentation of the sudents’ panel, Cedric O exchanged with the whole audience on the themes highlighted by the students in particular on the environmental transition, the education of talents as well as sovereignty and independence.

The consultation organized in several higher education and research institutions throughout France aims to integrate the concerns of the rising generations into the government’s work on the priorities of the France 2030 Recovery Plan, which provides for 100 billion euros of investment to revive the economy after the COVID-19 pandemic, promote employment and shape the France of 2030. It was presented by Emmanuel Macron on October 12th.

Paul Contamin, President of the ENSAE Junior Entreprise, was among the students from the 5 IP Paris Schools.