We warmly thank our patrons for their generous support.
Support from the ENGIE Foundation is in line with a partnership forged more than ten years ago with the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, for the restoration of the Greenhouses. More recently, the partnership is playing a role in the participatory scientific programme “Vigie – nature”.
The ENGIE Foundation, which provides multi-layered support, is making a personal contribution to the Balcon des sciences, a space dedicated to the latest advances in research and innovation. An ENGIE award has been created for the best of research at the Musée de l’Homme, as well as an annual grant for a museum researcher.
This year, the Foundation is playing a role in museum programming for COP21, the UN Conference on Climate Change.
The Foundation lends proud support to foster research, teaming up with Group employees, but also partnering associations who all have the same goal in mind: bringing culture and science to people.
ENGIE places responsible growth at the very heart of its business (electricity, natural gas, energy-related services), to rise to the key challenges of the energy transition toward a low-carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, mitigating and adapting to climate change, secured energy supply and intelligent use of resources.
The Group is finding innovative solutions that work for the residential sector, cities and the corporate world, by relying on its expertise in four key sectors: renewable energies, energy efficiency, liquefied natural gas and digital technologies.
ENGIE has 152,900 employees throughout the world and reported revenues of 74.7 billion euros in 2014.
ENGIE at a glance data from 31/12/2014:
- 152,900 employees worldwide, of which 58,200 in electricity and natural gas, and 94,700 in energy.
- Revenues of 74.7 billion euros in 2014.
- Operating in 70 countries.
- Annual net investments of 6-7 billion euros from 2014 to 2016.
- 900 researchers and experts in 11 R&D centres.
Partner of the reopening of the Musée de l’Homme, Orange supports the museum by providing expertise in digital technology to promote the sharing of knowledge. As a first step, Orange will provide an innovative tool for families visiting the museum, and will contribute to the design of new educational tools such as Moocs, interactive devices, etc.
Orange, a world leader in telecommunications, aims to bring the benefits of digital technology to the widest possible audience. That is why the company has been forging partnerships over the past years with cultural institutions with a common goal: putting digital technology at the service of culture, a driver of human, economic and social development.
Publicis Activ Paris provides assistance to the Musée de l’Homme in developing the strategy behind the museum’s reopening. This means defining the museum’s position, notably through a fresh visual identity with the creation of a new logo and tagline, “Man is evolving. So is his museum.”
From the start, Publicis has offered advice and support to market leaders. The observation is the same across the board: the world is changing faster than ever.
Publicis’ philosophy, Lead the Change, consists of identifying, understanding and analysing that change in all its forms, to give a head start to the brands it assists throughout the world.
The EDF Foundation supports the sensory experience of the Musée de l’Homme.
At the EDF Foundation, social solidarity is paramount. The group strives to promote social inclusion and make a real contribution to helping all people find their place in the world, regardless of social status, age, sex, religion or disability. It is committed to promoting access to knowledge and culture for people everywhere, and regards cultural institutions as gateways to social cohesion.
As such, the Musée de l’Homme has a vital role to play. It is a place to share knowledge, where people are invited to contemplate the human race, its past, and its future. It embraces the diversity and universality of mankind to promote living together in harmony while accepting, and learning from, our differences.
Caisse d’Epargne Île-de-France serves the region Île-de-France with its clientele of private persons, professionals, companies, actors of the social economy, institutions and local authorities through its network of 455 agencies. It is the largest of its group’s 17 mutual savings bank networks with 3 million clients, of which 670,000 members. It offers clients 29 business centres dedicated to companies, the social economy, institutions, the public sector, low-income housing and real estate professionals.
Caisse d’Epargne Île-de-France supports a number of projects throughout the region. Its giving policy focuses on three main areas: support for cultural outreach, the fight against social exclusion and accessibility for the disabled. Caisse d’Epargne Île-de-France is proud to support the Musée de l’Homme’s Sensory trail. It thereby confirms its commitment to ensure the broadest possible access to culture.
Caisse d’Epargne Île-de-France support banks on the long term. It was recently awarded the distinction of Grand mécène (Great patron) by the French Minsistry of Culture and Communication.
Within the framework of the circular economy, Séché Environnement is a leading French player in the treatment and storage of all types of waste, whether of industrial or household origin. It strives to prepare for the future by preserving the planet and anticipating the needs to build a better tomorrow: recycling, biogas and energy resource management, preserving non-renewables and protecting biodiversity.
By supporting the measures taken to manage resources in the permanent collections of the Musée de l’Homme, Séché Environnement is highlighting its commitment to protecting our resources.
The inauguration of the Musée de l’Homme benefitted from the support of Fleur de Mets.
The Musée de l’Homme would also like to thank the Fonds Handicap & Société for supporting the Sensory trail.