The Partners

Les 30 partenaires Planet Tech’Care s’engagent à partager leur expertise à travers  un atelier par an, sur un thème lié au Numérique & Environnement. Merci à tous nos partenaires pour leurs contributions.


Numeum is France's first digital association, resulting from the merger in June 2021 of Syntec Numérique and TECH'IN France. It brings together digital services companies (ESN), software publishers, platforms and technology consulting firms in France. Numeum represents more than 2,300 companies that generate 85% of the sector's total turnover in France (i.e. more than €60 billion in turnover, 530,000 employees)

In a changing world, numeum intends to support, represent and unite players of all sizes by defending moral, social, societal and environmental values. Its ambition is to act in favour of sustainable digital technology for companies, society, people and the planet. 

Alliance Française des Industries du Numérique (AFNUM)

AFNUM brings together the main industrial players in the digital base (networks, IT, consumer electronics, printing systems, photography and connected objects), i.e. over 50 companies. We are convinced that the digital revolution must be sustainable in order to be prosperous and virtuous.
Alongside our members, we are proud of our expertise and our historical commitment to sustainable digital. Our members are involved from the design phase of equipment to the management of its end of life, both on a national and European scale.
AFNUM is particularly involved in many projects related to the circular economy and the extension of product lifecycles (electrical and electronic equipment waste, reparability index, guide for users of digital products, mobile phone collection, environmental impact of 5G...). We are delighted to join Planet Tech' Care to continue sharing our cross-cutting vision of a responsible digital ecosystem.


At ADEME - the French Agency for Ecological Transition - we are firmly committed to the fight against global warming and resource degradation. On all fronts, we are mobilising citizens, economic players and territories, giving them the means to move towards a resource-efficient, low-carbon, fairer and more harmonious society. In all areas - energy, air, circular economy, food, waste, soil, etc. - we advise, facilitate and help finance numerous projects, from research to sharing solutions. At all levels, we put our expertise and foresight capacities at the service of public policies.
ADEME is a public institution under the supervision of the Ministry of Ecological Transition and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

Alliance Green IT

The Alliance Green IT (AGIT) was founded in 2011 on the initiative of responsible players in the digital sector. Its mission is to unite Green IT players in France.
Its objective is to contribute to the debate on the role of digital technology in sustainable development, to promote the development of skills in organisations and to support them in identifying and sharing good practices. To do this, the association organises working groups and regularly publishes content on various Green IT topics such as planned obsolescence, eco-design of digital services, the impact of the cloud, the energy performance of data centres and raising public awareness of everyday eco-actions.
It is also behind the Green IT barometer. This instrument measures the level of maturity of companies in terms of strategy and sustainable practices. The report proposes to identify levers for improvement through key indicators.


Arcep is an independent administrative authority (AAI) in charge of regulating the telecom, postal and press distribution sectors. Arcep has opened a new chapter in its regulation, acknowledging that the digital sector can and must play its part in the low-carbon strategy, without giving up the opportunities for exchange and innovation that technology can bring. To build an environmental regulation of fixed and mobile internet networks, Arcep has launched a collaborative platform "For a sustainable digital": associations, institutions, operators, digital companies and academics regularly contribute to the regulator's workshops and work. A first report, based on 42 written contributions from participating actors, formulates 11 proposals, the ambition of which is to combine the development of uses and the reduction of the environmental footprint of digital technology.


Boavizta is a working group that aims to make the measurement of the environmental impact of digital technology in organisations more reliable, simpler and faster. Boavizta federates the actors of the "measurement" ecosystem (companies, associations, research) and facilitates peer-to-peer assistance (skills development or projects).  Boavizta organises the co-construction of expert & updated resources under free licenses: measurement methodology, data repository, calculation engine, etc. These "commons" cover digital infrastructures and services, allow a full life cycle assessment and a multi-criteria approach, and are based on the work of reference organisations. For Digital Responsibility and CSR teams, a modest participation in Boavizta is likely to generate benefits on a daily basis: a more reliable, more agile measurement, deployed more quickly. Participation in Boavizta is free of charge, flexible and low-cost. Translated with (free version)


Bpifrance finances companies - at every stage of their development - with credit, guarantees and equity. Bpifrance supports them in their innovation and international projects. Bpifrance also ensures their export activity through a wide range of products. Advice, university, networking and acceleration programmes for start-ups, SMEs and ETIs are also part of the offer made to entrepreneurs. Thanks to Bpifrance and its 50 regional offices, entrepreneurs benefit from a close, single and efficient contact to help them face their challenges.


Created in 1970, Cigref is an association under the French law of 1901 representing large French companies and public administrations that use digital solutions and services.
For 50 years, it has accompanied its members in their collective analysis of their common digital challenges, and in their ability to integrate and master a sustainable, responsible and trusted digital environment.
Cigref does not engage in any commercial activity, but disseminates, promotes and defends the collective positions of its members on their digital challenges. As an independent organisation for analysis, debate and content production among digital practitioners and players, and a major player in the digital economy, Cigref is a benchmark recognised by its ecosystem.

Collège des Directeurs du Développement Durable (C3D)

Created in 2007, the C3D is an association under the French law of 1901 that brings together more than 180 directors of sustainable development and CSR from various companies and organisations of all sizes. C3D's ambition is to be the reference association for those who work towards more responsible companies!

CINOV Digital

Cinov Digital is an employers' union representing VSEs, SMEs and freelancers in the digital sector within the BETIC branch. With more than 35,000 freelancers and more than 30,400 companies, 78% of which have fewer than 10 employees, this sector includes software publishers, digital service companies and digital infrastructure operators. Cinov Digital is one of the 14 professional unions of the Cinov Federation. The CSD is a transverse commission for the federation's trades; it contributes to sustainable development and the ecological transition of companies.

Cinov Digital promotes the emergence of a strong, dynamic and egalitarian digital economy. Supported by freelancers and small and medium-sized digital companies, the union participates in the constitution of a solid, innovative and virtuous ecosystem of short circuits. One of our objectives is to make companies the catalysts of responsible digital transformation.

Cinov Digital's participation in the Planet Tech'Care initiative aims to supporting companies in their transitionsawareness-raising to digital sobriety and the appropriation of tools to measure their carbon footprint and monitor their progress.

Digital 113

Digital 113 is the 1901 association that federates, animates and supports digital companies in Occitania. With 300 members, Digital 113 is a major player in promoting the expertise of its members and the sectors of excellence in the Occitanie region.
Digital 113 has affirmed, in its commitments and values, to promote responsible and sustainable digital technology, in particular through the management of the Responsible and Sustainable Digital Factory, a working group led by company directors and/or employees, whose objective is to help digital companies move from awareness of the environmental footprint of their activities to action.
Since 2015, Digital 113 has also been leading The GREEN IT Day, the day dedicated to sustainable IT, the next edition of which will take place in Montpellier on 6 October.2022

Embedded France

Embedded France is the association of French representatives of embedded software and systems. It is an association under the French law of 1901, which brings together professional digital unions, competitiveness clusters, educational and research institutions, and companies in order to :
- Federate and organise the promotion of embedded systems and technologies,
- Contribute to the organisation of the embedded sector, in particular by analysing the impact of technological and economic developments (artificial intelligence, edge computing, open hardware, etc.),
- Promote the interests of the sector, in particular by communicating with the major industrial and governmental players, and by organising meetings such as the "Assises de l’embarqué", which takes place every year at Bercy.
- Develop and communicate recommendations and strategic positions for the embedded systems and technologies sector and its interactions with other sectors (e.g. the electronics sector).

EPE - Entreprises pour l'Environnement

The French Association of Companies for the Environment (EpE), created in 1992, brings together some sixty major French and international companies to exchange best practices and work together to better integrate the environment into their strategies and operations. Its raison d'être, One Planet, One Prosperous World, sums up the desire of its members to lead their own ecological transition and that of society, and to build an economic development that is compatible with the planet's limits and socially accepted, even desired. The association is the French partner of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

Eurocloud France

EuroCloud France is a non-profit association. Created in 2001, the association was originally called ASP Forum. In 2009, it was renamed EuroCloud France. This change made it possible to take into account the emergence of Cloud Computing and above all to meet our European ambition. EuroCloud France was behind the creation of EuroCloud Europe, a European federation of 22 national associations. The European federation brings together nearly a thousand companies involved in cloud computing in Europe. With 200 member companies, EuroCloud France is the largest association in our federation. From the largest global and national leaders to start-ups. EuroCloud France is a member of French Tech. EuroCloud France's objective is to promote the development of the use of Cloud Computing technologies by French companies.

La Fresque du Numérique

The "Fresque du Numérique" is a fun and collaborative 3-hour workshop with a similar pedagogy to the "Fresque du Climat". The aim of the workshop is to raise awareness and educate participants on the environmental challenges of digital technology. The workshop also aims to explain the broad outlines of solutions for a more sustainable digital world, and then to open discussions between participants on the subject.
A real team building tool, this workshop allows participants to get together to learn about sustainable digital.
The workshop is based on reliable data, notably from reports by ADEME, the Green IT collective, EcoInfo CNRS and the Shift Project, all of which are references in this field. This workshop was created by Aurélien Déragne and Yvain Mouneu.

Green IT

Created in 2004, is the group of experts that has initiated, defined and structured the digital sobriety and responsible digital approaches in France.
For 18 years, we have been producing methods and tools to quantify and reduce the environmental footprint of digital technology. These tools are now the benchmark and are used by tens of thousands of organisations. is an apolitical, but committed and civic-minded player, which supports society in its awareness of the impacts of digital technology.
Our digital sobriety and sustainable digital initiatives aim to save this critical but non-renewable resource and to make digital a tool for the resilience of humanity.


Inria is the national research institute for digital science and technology. World-class research, technological innovation and entrepreneurial risk are its DNA.   Within 200 project-teams, most of which are shared with major research universities, more than 3,900 researchers and engineers explore new avenues, often in an interdisciplinary manner and in collaboration with industrial partners, to meet ambitious challenges.
As a technological institute, Inria supports the diversity of innovation paths: from open source software publishing to the creation of technological startups (Deeptech).

Institut G9+

The G9+ Institute represents 50,000 professionals in the digital sector and brings together more than twenty communities of alumni from all educational backgrounds (engineering schools, management, political science, universities). Its ambition is to be a think-tank of reference in this sector.
Its meetings and debates address all the technological, economic and societal aspects of the sector without concessions. Specific initiatives (conference cycles, white papers, annual meeting) complete a catalogue open to all.
The series of conferences developed by the Institute focus on the Innovation Commons, the Digital Industry Outlook, Human Resources, Diversity and the latest news in the sector. The Annual Meeting is the pinnacle of its activity
The G9+ Institute has published the « Livre Tech it Green Transformation numérique et transition écologique : construire la double révolution du 21e siècle ».

Institut du Numérique Responsable

Created in 2018, the INR, an association under the law of 1901, is a Think and Do Tank for interdisciplinary cooperation to bring out the best Sustainable Digital practices in the general interest, public and private actors and civil society.
It is a place of reflection on 3 key issues of the Digital Economy:
- The reduction of its economic, social and environmental footprint,
- Its ability to reduce this footprint (on a global scale)
- Performance in the creation of sustainable values / responsible innovations to achieve e-inclusion for all.
New technologies, low tech, uses, metrics, accessibility, circular economy, reuse, waste, energy, natural resources, responsible design and purchasing, biodiversity, ethics, are all themes that have become essential. Our role is to bring about the systematic integration of "People, Planet, Profit" issues into strategic choices and orientations, for a more regenerative digital world.

ISIT-BE - The Belgian Institute for Sustainable IT

The Belgian Institute for Sustainable IT is a non-profit association founded in 2020, based on its French equivalent the INR. We bring together Belgian and international organisations of all types and sizes (corporates, SME’s, small and large associations, administrations, public services, education institutions and universities…) and help them succeed their digital transition while reducing the environmental and social footprint of their IT services and usages. We promote digital technologies and services that are more sustainable, inclusive and ethical. 


Founded in 2017, Latitudes is an association that aims to foster the commitment of tech actors - individuals and organisations - to the general interest. Latitudes works with 30 higher education institutions, 20 digital companies and an open community of 2,000 volunteers to enable them to get involved in projects that have a social or environmental purpose, and to encourage them to step back and rethink their practices with regard to the externalities of digital technology. In 2021, Latitudes' objective is to reference 101 actions to create an inclusive and sustainable tech and to help its members identify the actions that will allow them to progress in their commitment.

Mission interministérielle Numérique Écoresponsable

Led by the Direction interministérielle du numérique and the Ministère de la Transition écologique, MiNumEco (Mission interministérielle Numérique Écoresponsable) aims to measure and reduce the digital footprint of public services. To this end, with the ministerial correspondents and its partners, it identifies good practices and areas for improvement, disseminates or creates methodologies and tools to be deployed, and finally defines objectives and commitments for its public perimeter. The publications, under an Etalab V2 open licence, are part of the government's "Digital and Environment roadmap": the Practical Guide to Responsible Digital Purchasing, the reference framework for responsible digital practices, the reference framework for the eco-design or responsible design of digital services, and the dissemination and adaptation of the methodology for calculating the environmental footprint of the digital environment.

Nouvelle-Aquitaine Open Source - NAOS

Nouvelle-Aquitaine Open Source (NAOS) is a regional cluster of competence in free and open source software and technologies. Its objective is to promote the development of an economic sector for free and open source technologies in the New Aquitaine region.
In addition to its actions to promote the sector (start-up accelerator, training platform, professional fair, etc.), NAOS advocates a more sustainable IT through the use of free technologies and digital commons.
In July 2022, NAOS released a free documentary, "Responsables du Numérique", bringing together the testimonies and expertise of 16 speakers and highlighting the good practices to adopt as well as the actions undertaken in New Aquitaine to reduce the environmental impact of digital technology.

Smart Buildings Alliance - SBA

The SBA is unique in its transversality, openness and the diversity of its 450 member companies and organisations. It structures its actions around 3 pillars: Smart Home (collective residential housing), Smart Building (tertiary buildings) and Smart City (intelligent cities and territories).
For more than 10 years, the SBA has had a strong commitment to responsible digital technology. It advocates technological neutrality while promoting the interoperability of systems, the pooling of equipment and infrastructure, openness, availability, quality, security and governance of data.
With more than 30 commissions and working groups, it federates all the trades in a collaborative process of building reference frameworks, approaches and innovative solutions.
The Smart Buildings Alliance is at the origin of the Ready 2 Services (R2S) reference framework and its variations (R2S Residential, R2S 4 Care, R2S Connect, R2S 4 Grids, R2S 4Mobility...), as well as the BIM for Value reference framework.
The alliance relies on regional chapters that are present as close as possible to the territories and is also active internationally with country SBAs.

Société Informatique de France

The Société informatique de France - SIF - brings together all those for whom advancing computer science is a profession or a passion: teachers, researchers, engineers, industrialists, consultants, "computer science" is understood here in the broad sense of the sciences and technologies at the heart of digital technology.
The SIF is the voice of this science and its actors within society, and aims to:
- promote computer science, animate the scientific and technical community,
- contribute to the culture of citizens and to the teaching of the subject at all levels,
- participate in discussions and initiatives on the training and employment of computer scientists,
- participate in social debates
The SIF is an Association under the French law of 1901 and has been recognised as a public utility since September 2018.


As new European Digital Innovation Hub in Brussels, SustAIn.Brussels serves as a single point of access to sustainable and digital innovation for companies with a focus on AI and other emerging technologies. Coordination is done by Sirris, Agoria, BeCentral, VUB and ULB. with the support of the European Commission, Innoviris and

Systematic - Paris Region Digital Ecosystem

Systematic Paris-Region, a global competitiveness cluster, brings together and leads an ecosystem of excellence with 900 members, dedicated to Deep Tech (Open Source, Digital Trust, Digital Infrastructure and IoT, Digital Engineering, Data Science & AI, Photonics).
Systematic addresses three major economic and societal challenges: the digital transformation of territories, industry and services, and society. The cluster accelerates digital projects through collaborative innovation, SME development, networking and business sourcing in the sectors of the future: energy, telecoms, health, transport, information systems, the factory of the future, the digital city and security.
The cluster's mission is also to promote its players, its territory and its innovation projects with the aim of increasing its reputation and developing the attractiveness of the region. The action of Systematic Paris-Region is supported by the State and the Île-de-France Region.

Talents du Numérique

Established in 2006, the Talents du Numérique association brings together 70 higher education establishments and 2,850 companies in the digital sector within Cigref, Cinov Numérique and Numeum
alents du Numérique is a unique forum for exchanges between trainers and digital professionals. Its key missions include: developing digital culture and the attractiveness of training courses leading to digital professions among young people, both boys and girls, and civil society; forward-looking analysis of the evolution of professions and training courses.
It is also one of the founding members of the Femmes@Numérique collective, whose objective is to promote the place of women in the sector through concrete actions.

The Shift Project

Having become an additional dimension in our lives and our systems of thought, identified as the central element of the 4th industrial revolution which will enable growth to be relaunched, digital technology is naturally at the centre of reflections when we are faced with major disruptions.
The most important in the short term is the obligation to halve our greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 if we want to limit global warming to 2°C.
In order to preserve the capacity of digital technology to help implement lifestyles that are compatible with this constraint, it is essential to prioritise our digital uses and limit their direct environmental impact. This imperative concerns consumers, businesses, local authorities, regulators and, ultimately, suppliers.