Benoît Charrière

Charlotte Nerrière

Christelle Luisier

Christian Reber


Christophe clivaz

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Christophe Clivaz is an associate professor at the Institute of Geography and Sustainability of the University of Lausanne, Sion site. He coordinates the Master in Tourism Studies and is responsible for the CAS “Tourism, Innovation and Sustainability”. A political scientist by training, he conducts research in the field of governance and public policies related to tourism in the Alps. He is also a Valaisan National Green Councillor since 2019 where he is a member of the Commission for the Environment, Spatial Planning and Energy.
Corinne Feuz

Frédéric James Gentizon

Fiona Zimmermann

Gretel Ginier

Henri-Pierre Galetti
Paul-Marc Julen
Philippe Niederberger

Reto Gurtner

Sarah Lewis

Sergei Aschwanden

sébastien traveletti
Stefan Pomberger

Stéphane Bise

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Stéphane Bise, born in Ouchy (Lausanne), living in Lutry and secondary resident in Les Diablerets, is a lover of the Canton of Vaud and a fan of Isenau where he learned to ski with his family. With a long entrepreneurial experience in the fields of HR and occupational benefits, a passion for new technologies and a solid legal background, Stéphane is ready to put all his skills and energy at the service of the renewal of the Isenau domain!
Sonia Seneviratne

Thierry Meyer

Thierry Weber

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Thierry is a founding partner and CEO of Vivactis, a European medical communications agency. Docteur en médecine, il a travaillé comme médecin en Suisse et en Afrique du Sud, puis dans l’industrie pharmaceutique et les techniques médicales. Thierry est chargé de cours en “Stratégie et Marketing de la Santé” à l’Université de Lausanne (HEC UNIL).
Capitalisant sur son expertise en marketing et en recherche, ainsi que sur sa passion pour Les Diablerets, Thierry est co-fondateur bénévole du projet Isenau360. Along with his colleagues in the Isenau360 working group, Thierry believes in the future of an ecological, four-season, family-friendly alpine resort like Isenau360.
Valérie Paumier

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The missions of Mountain Resilience, an association at the crossroads between NGOs and THINK TANK, are :
– TO COLLECT and VULGARIZE information about global warming in the mountains.
– ALERT and BE INTERESTED in the causes and consequences of climate change in the mountains.
– what changes can we imagine so that ski resorts become mountain resorts? What economic model can we imagine so that the resorts continue to be centres of activity?

I am originally from Annecy, but after studying in business school, more in Finance, my career started in Africa and Hong Kong, before coming back to the Rhône Alpes region to work in Geneva. My awareness of climate issues is not new, but I remained in cognitive dissonance for many years. I was triggered the day I heard a speech by Jean Marc Jancovici at MinesParistech, where he explained the challenges of decarbonation. Then I “let go” when I was asked to invest massively in the mountains, a juicy and very lucrative market.

Since then, I have been working with elected officials and investors and, more generally, with the players to change the history of the mountains.

This sentence from Jacques Dubochet…. Hopeless? No, mistakes are human. I’ve made plenty of them in my life. The desire to help correct them is a reason for action and often a source of satisfaction. There is no shortage of tasks. I’ll keep at it! Thank you for doing so much” inspires me.

And as Philippe Bourdeau, a researcher, can say, “The ski resorts were territorial utopias”; Today it is a question of building a new history, all together, in order to imagine a resilient, sustainable and durable territory.