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21 September 2020 5.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Online and at Leonard:Paris (6, place du colonel Bourgoin 75012)
Urban and vertical farmers
An introductory evening for urban farmers and stakeholders from the construction industry wishing to integrate urban vegetable gardens into a building, neighbourhood or infrastructure project.
Christine Aubry, Erica Dorr, Léon Garaix, Pascal Hardy, Michaud Pascal, Paola Mugnier, Fanny Provent
26 May 2020 2 p.m. Online
Rethinking neighbourhoods for sustainable mobility
Several actions can promote more sustainable mobility at the neighbourhood level: organise the various functions of buildings, manage parking differently or offer new mobility services.
Cyrille François, Liu Liu
5 May 2020 14 h Online
Rooftop vegetable gardens to nurture the resilience of cities
Farms in towns are a possible solution to the short-circuit problems of food distribution and meet the natural needs of urban dwellers.
Paola Mugnier, Fanny Provent
22 April 2020 2.00 p.m. Online
Heat in the city: understanding and mitigating urban heat islands
Cold materials, wind corridors, cool zones, mixed revegetation, green walls and roofs are among the solutions that make it possible to attenuate urban heat islands.
16 April 2020 2.00 p.m. Online
Mobility, smart and sustainable at the same time
It is possible to take advantage of digital developments to promote ecological transition by combining various modes of transport, including new forms of mobility.
2 April 2020 9.15 a.m. – 10.45 a.m. Online
AZEB : Affordable Zero Energy Building
According to the European directive on the energy efficiency of buildings, all buildings must approach an energy balance in 2020. Many fear an increase in construction costs.
Bruno Peuportier, Mija Frossard