Biodiversity

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Save the Yvette Valley from the waste of Greater Paris and Paris Saclay!

Save the Yvette Valley from the waste of Greater Paris and Paris Saclay!

28th edition of the Eco Actions Trophies

Citizenship Prize: Champlan

The municipality waged a relentless battle over the course of a year to defend a former wetland, in order to preserve its biodiversity and avoid an ecological disaster with irreversible damage for nature, people and health. A private company and local stakeholders were running a harmful project of inert waste storage in this area, which was eventually dropped under the pressure of citizen mobilization and actions led by the city and its supporters.

Rouen Luciline: an Eco-neighbourhood contributing to the fight against global warming

Rouen Luciline: an Eco-neighbourhood contributing to the fight against global warming

In 2014, a project to convert an industrial port wasteland into an eco-neighbourhood was launched near the historic centre of Rouen. This programme intends to focus on three priorities: the preservation of biodiversity and soils, the construction of a mixed eco-neighbourhood, in particular through the construction of social rental housing and shops, and alternative water management to combat heat islands and collect the Luciline River, previously channelled.

Beach cleaning assisted by animal traction

Beach cleaning assisted by animal traction

The commune of Ile d'Oléron uses donkeys to assist in its beach cleaning operations. About fifty beach clean-up operations were organised during the year with the participation of many volunteers and students (secondary school, college and school students). Working in this way has made it possible to collect micro-waste from beaches while preserving the unique sea foreshore and the ecosystems of the beach and dune.

Requalification of a wasteland as a shared public garden and an evolving green theatre

Requalification of a wasteland as a shared public garden and an evolving green theatre

As part of its sustainable development policy, Champneuville has initiated the conversion of a wasteland into a "multifunctional" place, taking the form of a shared garden as well as a theatre and playground for all generations.

This garden is intended to encourage participation and has therefore been designed with the residents for a better appropriation of the place by its users.

Sustainable management of public spaces by preserving biodiversity

Sustainable management of public spaces by preserving biodiversity

As part of its Agenda 21, Champcueil is committed to preserving biodiversity, improving water management and improving the living conditions of its inhabitants. Many actions have therefore been implemented to meet these objectives, such as the installation of river water reclaimers, the installation of nesting boxes and insect hotels and the greening of a cycle path with fruit trees.