Public spaces

"Eat good, healthy, local food in the canteens of my regionterritory."
Fiche n°02 issue du recueil « Demain mon territoire », copublié par l’ADEME et les EcoMaires à destination des élus locaux pour les aider à intégrer la dimension environnementale dans leur programme au travers de vingt fiches thématiques donnant des pistes d’action et des exemples de solutions mises en œuvre.

La façon dont nous mangeons affecte à la fois notre santé mais aussi le changement climatique. A l’échelle d’une alimentation collective ces conséquences deviennent un enjeu majeur pour les communes. Et c’est pourquoi les villes d’Ile-de-France ont mis en œuvre un Projet alimentaire territorial (PAT) ciblant...
Card no. 02 from the guide “Demain mon territoire” (Tomorrow my Region), co-published by ADEME and the EcoMaires, is intended for elected officials to help them integrate the environment into their programme thanks to twenty information sheets providing ideas for action and examples of implemented solutions.
 
The way we eat affects both our health and climate change. On a collective food scale, these consequences become a major issue for the municipalities.                                                 
That is why the cities from Ile de France have implemented a regional food project (RFP) targeting school restaurants to reduce food waste.
 
The strategy implemented to achieve this is built around three main lines of action: adaptation of the quantity of each menu to children’s hunger, better food waste management thanks to the practice of selective sorting by children and the recovery or organic waste, and finally, awareness and educational work with children and catering staff. Such a project which involves both young and old has already reduced the amount of food thrown away per meal tray by more than 28%.                                       
                                                                     
Through intergenerational mobilisation supervised by municipalities, it is thus possible to promote a sustainable approach to food.
Valenciennes – Creating the conditions of low-carbon mobility
Orienter les habitants vers une mobilité écoresponsable
Dans la Région Hauts-de-France, au coeur de Valenciennes, sur une île de la rivière Escaut canalisée, s'engage l'aménagement d'un nouveau quartier ayant l'ambition d'afficher zéro émission de CO2. Pour orienter les habitants du quartier vers des mobilités plus durables le nombre de place de stationnement sera limité (une par logement maximum) et des solutions de mobilités complémentaires seront proposées et leur utilisation encouragée (auto partage électrice, co-voiturage, mobilité douces ...). En complément, une réflexion sur la typologie des...
Steering inhabitants toward eco-friendly mobility
 
Within the Hauts de France region, at the heart of Valenciennes and located on an island on the canalised Escaut River, a new neighbourhood is under development, with the ambition to reach zero carbon emission.
 
In order to urge the neighbourhood’s residents to use more sustainable mobilities, the number of parking spots will be limited (maximum 1 per housing unit), and complementary mobility solutions will be offered and encouraged: electric car-sharing, car-pooling, soft mobility...
 
In addition, a reflection on the typology of inhabitants and the resulting housing will be conducted. A balanced mix of young people / seniors / families /CS etc reinforces the ability to optimise the pooling of common equipment.
 
Find this sheet on pages 32-33.
La Petite Fabrique d'Ivry-Levassor: a demonstration building in eco-construction
Depuis septembre 2018, l’équipe de la Passerelle Transition Ecologique de la Direction des Constructions de la Ville de Paris travaille sur un bâtiment démonstrateur en éco-construction : La Petite Fabrique d’Ivry-Levassor. Ce projet pilote vise à chercher, expérimenter et … trouver des solutions pour construire des bâtiments qui ont un impact positif pour l’environnement. Toutes les solutions développées dans ce bâtiment seront conformes aux normes applicables à un ERP de deuxième catégorie et reproductibles.
Un bâtiment zéro béton et sans fondation, une isolation en paille et en carton, une structure en bois, des...
Since September 2018, the Transition Ecological Gateway team of the Construction Department of the City of Paris has been working on a demonstrator building in eco-construction: La Petite Fabrique d'Ivry-Levassor.
 
This pilot project aims to search, experiment and find solutions to create buildings that have a positive impact on the environment. All the solutions developed within this project will comply with the standards applicable to a second category ERP and will be reproducible.
 
A zero-concrete, no-foundation building, straw and cardboard insulation, a wooden structure, mud bricks, a building that produces more energy than it consumes and innovates to ensure comfort during the summer, companies in integration and participatory workshops with future users...
ARTELIA white paper on Smart Cities
Ce Livre Blanc s’adresse à tous les publics, et en particulier aux acteurs clés de la Ville, qui souhaitent connaître les enjeux de la Smart City et les clés de la ville intelligente. Il est le fruit d’un travail collaboratif entre les différents secteurs d’activité d’ARTELIA, groupe international multidisciplinaire de conseil, d’ingénierie et de management de projet dans les secteurs de la construction, des infrastructures, de l’industrie, de l’eau et de l’environnement. A travers cet ouvrage, ARTELIA partage ses références, son expertise et ses retours d’expérience tout en décrivant son offre de service pour accompagner les porteurs...
This white paper is for all audiences - and more particularly for the city’s stakeholders - who wish to learn about the challenges and solutions to the Smart City.
It stems from collaborative work within ARTELIA’s different industries - an international, multidisciplinary consulting group, working on engineering and project management in the building, infrastructure, water and environment industry sectors.
Throughout this publication, ARTELIA shares its references, its expertise and feedback learnings, while describing its service offer to support project owners.
"Reduce the ecological footprint of the buildings in my region"
Fiche n°06 issue du recueil « Demain mon territoire », copublié par l’ADEME et les EcoMaires à destination des élus locaux pour les aider à intégrer la dimension environnementale dans leur programme au travers de vingt fiches thématiques donnant des pistes d’action et des exemples de solutions mises en œuvre.
 
Pour répondre à la loi de transition énergétique de 2015, les municipalités ont une obligation d’exemplarité énergétique sur leurs bâtiments publics. Certaines agglomérations vont encore plus loin. La métropole de Bretagne a voulu élargir son champ d’action au-delà de la sphère publique pour...
Fact sheet No.06 from the collection "Demain mon territoire", co-published by ADEME and the EcoMayors, is intended for local elected officials to help them integrate the environmental dimension into their programmes through twenty thematic fact sheets giving avenues for action and examples of solutions implemented.
 
In response to the Energy Transition Act of 2015, municipalities have an obligation to set an energy example in their public buildings. Some agglomerations go even further. The Brittany metropolis wanted to broaden its field of action beyond the public sphere to include the private housing stock in this exemplary approach.
 
To do this, it has created a public energy renovation service, Rénov' Habitat Bretagne, which assists private individuals throughout their energy renovation projects. The "Réseau'Habit Bretagne" platform provides advice and assistance in designing the project. It also allows the individual to be connected to a local network of professionals.
 
Financial assistance for implementing such projects is also granted to individuals, including offers for co-owners and modest households.
Mobilised to achieve energy exemplarity, public players, professionals and private individuals can therefore act together to reduce the carbon footprint and electricity bills while generating economic activity.
"To be exemplary with sustainable management of my region"
Fiche n°05 issue du recueil « Demain mon territoire », copublié par l’ADEME et les EcoMaires à destination des élus locaux pour les aider à intégrer la dimension environnementale dans leur programme au travers de vingt fiches thématiques donnant des pistes d’action et des exemples de solutions mises en œuvre.
 
Comme toutes activités humaines, les activités d’une municipalité ont un impact sur l’environnement. Être pionnières dans la mise en place de mesures écoresponsables est le meilleur moyen pour les municipalités d’encourager les habitants de leurs territoires à s’engager à leur tour dans une...
Fact sheet No.05 from the collection "Demain mon territoire", co-published by ADEME and the EcoMayors, intended for local elected officials to help them integrate the environmental dimension into their programmes through twenty thematic fact sheets giving avenues for action and examples of solutions implemented.
 
Like all human activities, the activities of a municipality have an impact on the environment. Being pioneers in the implementation of eco-responsible measures is the best way for municipalities to encourage the inhabitants of their regions to commit themselves in turn to sustainable management of their activities. To reduce its environmental footprint, Normandy has opted for renewable energies. Many public establishments have been equipped with photovoltaic panels to ensure their complete electrical autonomy.
 
In Le Chefresne, the church has been covered with photovoltaic tiles, thanks to which the bells ring. For its part, the Valdallière municipality is supporting the wood-energy sector by favouring wood heating for municipal buildings and is committed to reducing air pollution by investing in electric public transport.
 
Finally, a regional biomass scheme (RBS) has been adopted to develop biomass from agricultural activities and the food industry, which is highly developed in the region. In total, Normandy's energy bill has been halved. Gaining experience, these municipalities are also gaining in coherence and legitimacy to encourage individuals to take their own actions in favour of the environment.
Quitri: Citeo's digital platform for sorting everywhere, all the time
Pouvoir trier partout et tout le temps : c’est l’objectif de Quitri, la plateforme digitale de Citeo. Après une expérimentation menée en région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, puis son lancement au niveau national pour les organisateurs d'événements en novembre 2019, Quitri s'étend désormais aux gestionnaires d'établissements et lieux « hors-foyer »: gares, bureaux, parcs, musées, écoles, camping, cinéma, etc.
 
En effet, plus de 300 000 tonnes d’emballages sont jetées chaque année dans des lieux de consommation « nomade ». Particulièrement consommées dans les établissements recevant du public, les...
Being able to sort everywhere and all the time: that’s the goal of Quitri, Citeo's new digital platform. After an experiment carried out in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, it is now open to all event organisers in France to help them set up collection and sorting free of charge.
 
More than 300 000 tonnes of packaging are thrown away each year in so-called "nomadic" consumption areas, i.e. outside the home: stations, offices, parks, concert halls, camp sites etc. Plastic bottles, cans and trays, which are particularly used during festivals and events indoors or out, are not at all or only lightly sorted due to the lack of on-site facilities, even though they are perfectly recyclable.
 
The Quitri platform makes it possible to collect more packaging for recycling by ensuring the continuity of the sorting process outside the home.
 
The Quitri approach is based on 3 levers:
 
• Simplify: in just one click, Quitri connects site organisers and managers with collection service providers (private or public) in their region who have been previously referenced on the platform.
 
• Sign up: by registering on Quitri, organisers and managers sign a charter of commitments and have free access to communication tools and turnkey support to communicate with the public.
 
• Be rewarded: organisers using a private operator receive 30 euros per tonne recycled traced.
Free time & urban dynamics
Le temps libre est aujourd’hui, dans les pays occidentaux, le principal temps de vie, en constante augmentation. Comment le définir ? Quelles sont les nouvelles pratiques ? Quels lieux y consacrer ? En quoi constitue-t-il un levier de développement territorial ?
 
Bouygues Construction a souhaité mener une réflexion collaborative sur ce thème, avec l’objectif de mettre en résonance la question du temps libre avec le territoire de la ville.
 
Pour cela, la parole a été donnée à une dizaine d’experts qui observent et analysent les pratiques, qui se frottent à ces réalités au...
Leisure time is nowadays, in Western countries, the main time of life, and it is constantly increasing. How to define it? What are the new practices? What places to devote to it? In what way does it constitute a lever for regional development?
 
Bouygues Construction wished to conduct a collaborative discussion on this theme, with the aim of bringing the issue of free time into line with the city's region.
 
To do this, the floor was given to a dozen experts who observe and analyse practices, who deal with these realities on a daily basis and feel their nuances: sociologists, town planners, architects, doctors, cultural or leisure operators, media representatives.
 
To guide this work, the group was placed under the patronage of Jean Viard, CNRS Research Director at the CEVIPOF, the political research centre of Sciences Po.
Smart Maps: the professional digital cartographic media to describe a region
De nombreux interlocuteurs(collectivités et communes, agents immobiliers et promoteurs, employeurs…) doivent « vendre » leur territoire et leurs projets pour différentes raisons.
 
Les Smart Maps par E-attract sont la solution cartographique française qui répond à ce besoin de manière ciblée et personnalisée – en croisant données, fonctionnalités et interfaces géographiques de manière novatrice.
 
Pour le consommateur, l’utilisateur final, c’est une solutions simple, facile, ludique qui permet de se faire une idée précise d’un emplacement et de ses aménités (transports, commerces,...
Lots of people (local authorities and municipalities, estate agents and developers, employers etc) need to "sell" their region and their projects for different reasons.
 
Smart Maps by E-attract are the French cartographic solution that meets this need in a targeted, personalised way - by combining data, functionalities and geographical interfaces in an innovative way.
 
For the consumer, the end user, it is a simple, easy, fun solution that gives a precise idea of a location and its amenities (transport, shops, etc), while at the same time giving a precise idea of the property market:
 
-Is this the right place to live?
-Where to invest?
-Or how the transport system or main activities and nearby circuits are developing.
 
For the estate agent, for example, it is a tool at each key stage of their client process - communicating - capturing - convincing.
Angers Loire Métropole, towards an intelligent region
Avec 7 000 emplois et 900 entreprises générant 1,3 milliard d’euros de chiffre d’affaires dans le domaine de l’électronique et du numérique, Angers Loire Métropole (ALM) a obtenu le label French Tech en 2015.
 
Pour enrichir le quotidien des citoyens et le rendre plus simple, plus intelligent, plus harmonieux, ALM poursuit sa transformation vers un territoire intelligent. Pour devenir le modèle français en la matière, Angers Loire Métropole a choisi le groupement piloté par ENGIE Solutions, marque du Groupe leader de la transition zéro carbone associé à SUEZ, La Poste et au Groupe VYV....
With 7000 jobs and 900 companies generating €1.3 billion in turnover in the electronics and digital sector, Angers Loire Métropole (ALM) was awarded the French Tech label in 2015.
 
To enrich the daily life of citizens and make it simpler, smarter and more harmonious, ALM continues its transformation towards an intelligent region. To become the French model in this area, Angers Loire Métropole has chosen the consortium led by ENGIE Solutions, the Group's leading brand in the zero-carbon transition associated with SUEZ, La Poste and the VYV Group.
 
The aim is to use digital technology to accelerate the ecological transition of the region and improve its attractiveness, optimise the organisation of public services and ensure more efficient management of resources, and finally, to facilitate and improve inhabitants’ daily lives.
 
The complementarity of expertise within the consortium led by ENGIE, the installation of sensors and renovations should lead to 66% energy savings on public lighting by 2025, a 20% reduction in the energy consumption of the city's buildings, smoother, easier traffic flows and a 30% reduction in water consumption for public watering.
 
SUEZ will enhance existing tools (sensors, communicating water meters, etc) to optimise the performance of water and wastewater, waste and sanitation services and green spaces. At stake: real-time control of water quality, reduction of fly tipping or optimisation of waste collection rounds.