En pleine actualité liée aux enjeux de solidarité et d’accès aux services publics, cette publication questionne l’emploi des infrastructures et des usages numériques pour développer les cas d’usages en ville, dans la manière de nous déplacer, de consommer, d’interagir. Elle s’inscrit dans un contexte plus global d’urbanisation croissante et de densité démographique, interrogeant les enjeux de développement durable et de la qualité de l’air, de la mutation des transports et de la mobilité, la préservation des services publics et de l’accès aux soins ou encore la promotion du vivre-ensemble.
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Cet écoquartier du XXIe siècle apporte aussi à ses habitants comme à ses usagers le meilleur du développement durable :...
This 21st century eco-neighbourhood also provides its inhabitants and users with the best sustainable development: supply of renewable energy, eco-design of buildings adapted to the Mediterranean environment, a mix of functions, urban agriculture.
With great technical ambition and with the help of Orange Business Services, smartseille promotes urban digital transformation and responds to new lifestyles and ways of working. Technology is not an end in itself but a means to make accessible innovative services that simplify the lives of residents, promote the development of social ties and encourage the sharing of resources: e-concierge, dynamic signage, interactive terminals, shared car parks. A web and mobile portal serves as a platform for interaction between residents.
- To enable the improvement of professionals ’skills in the construction and real estate sector on the themes of energy transition and sustainable building in general (construction and renovation),
- To disseminate, to the general public, an expertise on issues related to sustainable construction, in particular the energy renovation of housing.
Considered as an emerging phenomenon, metropolitan agriculture makes it possible to meet several urban challenges by contributing to food security, job creation, environmental quality or strengthening social ties and territorial solidarity between urban and rural areas. The MADRE project capitalises on a set of knowledge, policies and pilot actions carried out on the topic and activates existing networks to enable effective transnational cooperation in the Mediterranean.
- To improve the innovation capacity of metropolitan agriculture in the Mediterranean territories;
- To identify and evaluate the economic, environmental and social performance factors of metropolitan agriculture;
- To identify and network metropolitan agriculture stakeholders;
- To assess the feasibility, conditions and means of creating a transnational cluster of actors in metropolitan agriculture.
The project was carried out from February 2017 to July 2018, with a total budget of € 1,173,175, co-financed by the Interreg MED programme.
Depuis 2016, ESSOR (association de solidarité internationale), AGRIDEV (association de développement durable) et le CJID (Club Jeunesse Infrastructures Développement) mènent un projet pilote d’Appui au Maraîchage, à la Transformation Agroalimentaire et à la Commercialisation...
Since 2016, ESSOR (international solidarity association), AGRIDEV (sustainable development association) and CJID (Youth Infrastructure Development Club) have been running a pilot project to support market gardening, agri-food transformation and marketing of products processed in Brazzaville, with the support of the French Development Agency.
- To help improve the living conditions of vulnerable populations around Brazzaville, especially for women,
- To help strengthen civil society in the agricultural sector and facilitate their networking,
- To contribute to the Congolese state's efforts to develop agricultural sectors.
Le projet Africompost apporte aux villes des pays en développement des solutions durables pour le traitement de leurs déchets en organisant une filière économique de valorisation des ordures ménagères. Le compost est le principal produit des unités de valorisation de déchets d’Africompost. C’est un bio-fertilisant convenant à...
The Africompost project provides cities in developing countries with sustainable solutions for the treatment of their waste by organising an economic sector for the recovery of household waste. Compost is the main product of Africompost's waste recovery units. It is a bio-fertiliser suitable for all crops. It is marketed in agricultural market gardening areas generally located around cities. It is thus part of the development of a more environmentally friendly short circuit agriculture.
The environmental impact of the Africompost project directly affects people. It helps reduce the amount of waste in open-pit storage, which pollutes the soil and makes the environment unsanitary. Developing a waste recovery industry also means creating stable jobs for disadvantaged populations. The project offers more than 300 workers a regular income, social rights, social status and medical monitoring, affecting more than 2,000 people and their families. In addition, Africompost's approach voluntarily promotes women's work.
Africompost's 3 units in Lomé (Togo), Dschang (Cameroon) and Mahajanga (Madagascar) handle more than 80% of the household waste entrusted to them.