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Pour des métropoles résilientes – Métropoles en transition cherchent trajectoires territoriales

La crise actuelle qui met en exergue les urgences écologiques économiques et sociétales, exacerbe dans le même temps les tensions territoriales. Les 21 et 22 janvier 2021, le colloque « Pour des métropoles résilientes – Métropoles en transition cherchent trajectoires territoriales », organisé à l’Assemblée Nationale (1) réunira chercheurs, responsables

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Manifeste pour un urbanisme circulaire : Pour des alternatives concrètes à l’étalement de la ville

Manifeste pour un urbanisme circulaire : Pour des alternatives concrètes à l’étalement de la ville, de Sylvain Grisot  – Préface de Philippe Bihoux – Editions Apogée, 6 janvier 2021 – 240 pages À force de grandir, la ville se disloque. L’étalement urbain, unique modèle de développement depuis un demi-siècle, est

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Petit manuel de l’habitant participatif

Petit manuel de l’habitant participatif – Construire du commun au-delà des murs, de Samuel Lanoë – Editions du commun, 9 octobre 2020 – 232 pages En dix ans, l’habitat participatif est passé de projet anecdotique et expérimental à une pratique récurrente des collectivités et institutions publiques. Tout en donnant de

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Stop the artificialization of the soil!

More than 60 local collectives of inhabitants from all over France mobilized against projects for shopping areas or e-commerce warehouses sent this morning an open letter to the President of the Republic. One week after his speech at the Citizen's Convention for the Climate during which he

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What will tomorrow's Smart City look like?

Cities are evolving in the face of new demographic, environmental and societal constraints. With four days to go before the second round of the French municipal elections, it is urgent to grasp the multiple challenges of the transformation of our living spaces. Those related to digitalisation, the fight against climate change, mobility, etc.

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Urban planning and biodiversity - Towards a living landscape structuring the urban project

Urban planning and biodiversity - Towards a living landscape structuring the urban project, under the direction of Philippe Clergeau - Edition Apogée, 3 June 2020 - 328 Pages Urban planning is at a turning point in its history. The consideration of nature in the city, and particularly of vegetation, is contributing to the development of the urban landscape.

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Champs-Elysées - History and perspectives: Go and (re)discover them!

On the Champs-Élysées, the city was built with infinite progress in mind. Three centuries after their creation, cars, noise, pollution, tourism, globalisation of the commercial offer, neglected gardens are hindering the use of the avenue and its appropriation by Parisians. The exhibition Champs-Élysées, histoire & perspectives, organised at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal until the

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architecture

Sea - Space: launch of the 2019 International Competition of the Jacques Rougerie Foundation

The Fondation Jacques Rougerie (1) - Génération Espace Mer - Institut de France launches its 2019 International Architecture Competition. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the foundation, this edition promises to be exceptional, in resonance with the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci and

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climate

How to refresh Paris?

Paris is under experiment. The question of urban cooling in the light of the climatic challenges of today and tomorrow is on everyone's mind. And particularly in those of the accelerator of innovative urban projects FAIRE, which is launching three innovative experiments in the capital. Presentations. Since 2017, FAIRE, accelerator

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