The web site comprising all of the pages attached to the domain name actinitiative.org belongs to the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (French acronym: ADEME), an Industrial and commercial Public Agency (French acronym: EPIC) governed by articles L. 131-3 to L. 131-7 and R. 131-1 to R. 131-26 of France’s Code de l’environnement [environment laws].
The actinitiative.org website is edited by :
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49004 Angers Cedex 01
Tél. : +33(0)2 41 20 41 20
Ademe is registered in Angers under no. 385 290 309, represented by Mr. Arnaud Leroy, acting in his capacity as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Publishing manager is Ms. Lisa Bertrand, in her capacity as Business Developer.
29 rue Ramus
SAS au capital de 10 069 020 €
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Code APE 2620Z
N° TVA : FR 22 424 761 419
Siège social : 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
Terms and conditions of use
The use of this site is subject to the acceptance of all of the following terms and conditions.
The information featuring on actinitiative.org is provided for information purposes only. ADEME cannot guarantee the accuracy, the comprehensive or the up-to-date nature of the information that is published on the web site. ADEME does everything in its power to offer users information and/or tools that are available and suitably checked, but hereby disclaims any liability for any errors or omissions, or for a lack of availability of the information and of the services. Users hereby acknowledge and agree that they shall use this information under their sole responsibility. Users hereby declare that they have become acquainted with the foregoing terms prior to accessing the web site. By choosing to access the web site, users expressly and irrevocably accept to be bound by the following terms.
Personal data and purposes of data processing
actinitiative may collect, process and use your personal data, including your name, email address, and we may also ask for information such as job function, job title, industry sector, company and country.
Your data may be processed for the following purposes:
- to provide access to our methodologies documentation and video training
- to aggregate visitor statistics about access to methodologies documentation and video training
actinitiative takes the protection of your personal data very seriously and ensures that appropriate organizational and technical security measures are implemented in order to protect your personal data when you visit our website.
A cookie does not enable us to identify you; on the other hand, it records information concerning your computer’s browsing of our web site (the pages that you have viewed, the date and time on which they are viewed, etc.). This data can then be read upon your subsequent visits. The duration of retention of this information in your computer varies from 7 days to 1 year maximum.
Please note that you can prevent cookies being recorded by configuring your browser in the following way:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 :
- Click on “Tools”, followed by “Internet Options”.
- Click on the “Confidentiality” tab.
- Select the desired level using the slide.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 :
- Click on “Tools”, followed by “Internet Options”.
- Click on the “Security” tab.
- Select “Internet” followed by “CustomLevel”.
- Go to the section entitled “cookies” and select the option that you require.
For Netscape 6.X and 7.X :
- Click on “Print” then “Preferences”.
- Confidentiality and Security.
For Firefox :
- Click on “Tools” then “Options”.
- Click on “Privacy”.
- Select “Cookies”.
For Opéra 6.0 and higher :
- Click on “File” then “Preferences”.
Intellectual property rights
All the elements (texts, logos, images, sounds, software, icons, layouts, databases, etc.) contained in the main web site and in the associated web sites are protected by national and international intellectual property laws. These elements shall remain the exclusive property of ADEME and/or of its partners. You must not therefore reproduce, show, adapt, translate and/or transform in any way, whether partly or fully, nor transfer to another web site, any element making up the web site. Any failure to comply with this prohibition may constitute an infringement of intellectual property rights for which you will incur civil and criminal liability. In accordance with the provisions of France’s Code de la propriété intellectuelle [intellectual property laws], only uses of the elements of the web site for strictly personal purposes is permitted. .
ADEME disclaims any liability for the content of the sites which are accessible via links. The positioning of hypertext links pointing towards pages or documents published on the actinitiative.org web site is only authorised provided that the links in question provide a means of identifying the fact that the documents originate from ADEME. Users must notify their intention to implement such links to ADEME beforehand. Prior to using any of the information on ADEME’s web site, users must submit an application for authorisation to the Communication Department of ADEME. Authorisation shall be granted if the request does not run counter to the interests of ADEME. ADEME shall be entitled to prosecute any person who should not comply with these rules.
The actinitiative.org web site is a web portal that provides access to other web sites which either belong or do not belong to ADEME, and all of which are likely to have their own legal disclaimers, which users should read and comply with.
Please note that it is not possible to guarantee the confidentiality of messages that are transmitted over the Internet. Thus, if you wish to transmit a message under better conditions of security, we recommend that you use postal means. ADEME disclaims any liability for any technical problems that you may encounter on the site, whatever the origin and cause thereof.
Modification of these legal statements
ADEME shall be entitled to modify these legal statements from time to time. Users of the web site will be bound by the terms and conditions that are in force at the time of their visit.
Applicable law in case of a dispute
The applicable law shall be French law.
The competent courts in the catchment area of the Court of Appeal of ANGERS (France) shall have exclusive jurisdiction to deal with any dispute.
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