From now on till 2030, 195 countries who signed 17 sustainable development goals (SDG) are mobilizing for the planet in finding sustainable solutions to reduce their carbon footprint.
What roles do the actors of the cities of tomorrow embody, in order to reach these objectives ?
For this interview, Patrick Nossent, Certivéa’s president and Ella Etienne-Denoy, General director and associates of Green Soluce, spoke to Chroniques Urbaines to warn on the necessity of urban development projects to take into their field of action the SDGs decided by the UN.
In order to help you achieve your development goals this year, and for them to be more sustainable on the long run, Green Soluce mobilizes and provides you with its 4 Hubs of expertise: – Advisory ; – Learning; – Sustainable Finance; – Content.
They aim to give you answers to your internal and external organizational challenges, thanks to their expertise on the actors of the real estate and the city. Green Soluce allows companies to be strategic in their social responsibility, by giving answers to the complexity of the environmental transition of our societies.
Created in 2011, BePark allows users to temporarily rent a parking space in one of the car parks of its network, and let car park owners register theirs on an online platform. Pooling, digitizing, transitioning to a use economy… this week, Julien Vandeleene, founder of BePark, presents the company’s vision for tomorrow’s urban mobility.
We spend nearly 90% of our time in confined spaces, particularly offices and housing. Air quality affects the concentration, well-being and health of building users. It has become a concern for user-citizens, a health and economic issue for public authorities but also an essential criterion for real estate and urban actors.
This week we met Vincent Aurez, Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development at Novaxia. In this new episode of Urban ChroniclesTM, discover how Novaxia questions the value in use of a real estate asset and conducts temporary urban planning projects with a social impact.
For this episode of the Urban ChroniclesTM, we spoke with Eric Bousrez, Real Estate Director of Société Générale Group. He explains the group’s actions and ambitions as part of its real estate CSR approach. It also discusses the implementation of the Flex Office in terms of real estate but also managerial transition.
For this 9th season of the Urban Chronicles™, we invite you to learn more about the value in use for commercial buildings. In a context of environmental, energy and societal transitions, digital transformations and new lifestyles, this data has become decisive in the real estate sector.
Before giving the floor to actors in our ecosystem who integrate use value into the way projects and actions are thought, let’s come back to this notion together.
In the previous episode of Urban Chronicles™, we met two founding members of IBPC (International Biodiversity and Real Estate Council), Luc Monteil and Pierre Darmet, respectively President and Secretary of IBPC.
Having discussed the current situation of global biodiversity as well as the different roles of IBPC on urban biodiversity issues last week, Pierre Darmet and Luc Monteil now elaborate on how to accelerate the awareness of real estate stakeholders in favour of biodiversity and what means are available to include biodiversity in their projects.
For this edition of the 8th season, two founding members of the International Biodivercity Property Council (IBPC), Luc Monteil, President of IBPC, and Pierre Darmet, Secretary of IBPC, give us their view on what is the current state of global biodiversity, and how does IBPC work to preserve biodiversity. The IBPC contributes to the development of professionals on the theme of biodiversity with the aim of moving from a pioneering movement to a general mobilization of all stakeholders.
During this cross-examination, we discussed the current situation of biodiversity in the world, where one million plans and animal species are threatened with extinction, and IBPC’s roles in urban biodiversity.