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Limits and opportunities of integrated design in sustainable buildings : the need for a more comprehensive project process
The quest to reduce national and global environmental impacts has had a significant impact on the construction industry. In most developed countries, the construction sector is responsible for 35% of waste generation, 32% of energy consumption, and 19% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Both theory...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
Flood prevention in the development of city/port interfaces, an indirect gentrification lever? The case of Le Havre (France)
In line with the reflections on the processes for the territorial management of natural risks, the article seeks to show how the constraints associated with flood prevention are mobilised to pursue a gentrification objective by making it necessary to renew a precarious habitat by means of high-stand...
Urban sprawl to the test of inter-municipal complexity: analysis of cooperation models in the Toulousaine agglomeration
The development of inter-communality leads to major territorial and governmental repositions. The elected representatives then face the complex exercise of cooperation and the definition of a territorial project. Planning and urban planning policies play a special role here. Cooperation will help to...
For a geography of crisis management: from access to emergency care to the vulnerability of the area in Lima
The urban agglomeration of Lima and Callao (9 million inhabitants) is preparing for a major earthquake that could cause a major crisis. In the face of this upcoming crisis, what knowledge can be produced on the vulnerability of urban areas? This research was carried out at the EDYTEMde laboratory at...
Opportunities and limitations of citizen participation in the face of poor drinking water management in Lima
Access to drinking water and sanitation remains a problem for many limenians living in outlying neighbourhoods, often the result of land invasions and self-construction. In an international context of poverty alleviation, the Peruvian government has for about 20 years started to focus on water acces...
Ayant pour objet la ville et les processus d’urbanisation, l’urbaniste mobilise, pour remplir sa mission, des savoirs et compétences disciplinaires variés (sociologie, économie, génie civil, sciences politiques, architecture urbaine, géographie, sciences de la gestion, etc.). Né en début de deuxième...
Urban management and socio-spatial equity: Inequalities in basic services in Libreville (Gabon)
MBOUMBA, Anicet. Urban management and socio-spatial equity: Inequalities in basic services in Libreville (Gabon). In The Geographical Area, 2/2007, Volume 36, pp. 131-140. Libreville has profound inequalities in access to water services and waste collection. Neither direct State intervention nor lib...
The storm that rocks the boat: the systemic impact of gated communities on urban sustainability
This paper is concerned with the impact and implications of gated communities on urban sustainability. This is investigated making use of an overarching methodological framework based on the internationally accepted Driver-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) model, developed by the OECD. Addition...
Theses and HDR supported since 1998
Martine Brouillette Libellé: The Mobility Partnership: Cross-views on a European Migration Management Tool Subposed on Wednesday 18 December 2018 (Directorate of Hélène Pellerin and Olivier clochard) Summary Juan DU Libellé of the topic: Between solidarity and exploitation. Ethnic housing and labour...
Governing the urban project through socio-cultural animation: prospects and limitations. An example of the agglomeration of Grenoble
The municipality and its territorial jurisdictions are ubiquitous in metropolitan construction today. In view of the ongoing processes observed through the French metropolitan urban projects and strategies (Popsu2 research programme), the importance given to the dynamics of mediation, participation,...
Citizenship and urban issue in Jordan.
the Jordanian city has historically contributed little to national construction, with the decisive element being the direct allegiance to the Hashemite monarchy. The urban area in Jordan would not be conducive to the expression of citizenship detached from primary affiliations. However, in the capit...
Optimisation des livraisons urbaines avec drones et véhicules en parallèle
The growth of last-mile delivery and demand for next- and same-day service is pushing logistics beyond traditional transportation management and supply chain analytics. One recent evolution in urban logistics involves the usage of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drones in the delivery process. Deli...
Water services in sub-Saharan Africa. The urban fragmentation in question
For network fragmentation, reforms, focusing on economic efficiency and performance, have aggravated socio-spatial inequalities and weakened urban cohesion. Dedicated to water services, this book shows that current developments are also likely to unblock underequipments and improve access, particula...
Philibert Vasserot (1773-1840), author of the atlas of the Paris districts
The monumental work of Philibert Vasserot, which has been conserved since 1900-1901 in Paris at the Historical Centre of National Archives, is, for those who study the history and aspects of the Paris soil and building in the early nineteenth century, a kind of ‘customary’ in Paris before Haussmann,...
Rehabilitation, management and tourist development of the Ibiza urban area (Spain)
The first restoration works planned as part of the Ibiza Muraille Master Plan took over some of the most important elements of this set, declared World Heritage in 1999, in accordance with the criteria of the Plan, the aim of which was to document, preserve and rehabilitate the Renaissance route. In...
Privatisation of urban markets in Abidjan: a gold case for only a few
‘titrebSummary’/titrebEngaged in the context of a privatisation of public services, the changes in commercial supply encourage spatial recompositions in the city of Africa and exacerbate existing segregation. While public authorities, as representatives of the general interest, have in the past soug...
The municipalities tested by the urban project and the citizens’ initiative
The scientific project ‘common goods and territory’ (BISCOTE) focuses on the emerging theme of the common goods as a new approach to creating and managing urban and territorial resources. What are these ‘new’ common resources, what are they in practice, how do they mobilise the territory, its resour...
The spatial and territorial dimensions of crisis management in Lima
The questions posed by the management of a major crisis in an urban area, such as that which could be caused by an earthquake or a long-ranging tsunami in Lima, are an issue which is not very much addressed by geography. For this reason, the IRD’s PACIVUR research team, in the framework of the SIRAD...
The transformation of urban services in Salvador de Bahia
FISCHER, Tania. HEBER, Florence. The transformations of urban services in Salvador de Bahia. in Flux 8.10, 1992, pp. 32-40. This article shows how a Brazilian city faces problems in managing urban technical networks. The old post-war public administration system fails to cope with a situation that h...
Games Vertes, towards a new paradigm?
in France, since the 2009 law known as Grenelle 1, projects to develop green frames have increased. This phenomenon is visible in multiple forms at different territorial levels, from national to local. We then formulate the following problem: green frames: between speeches and materiality, what real...
Architecture and Social Democracy: a Social Democratic Metropolis Architecture and Social Democracy: a social democratic metropolis: Lille 1896-1919-1939. Urban management and planning
The impact of climate change on the use of alternative techniques for sustainable water management in Lyon metropolis
New urban rainwater management practices are trying to minimise the injection of run-off water into drainage networks, which are often overloaded due to intensive urbanisation, by managing them on the surface and as locally as possible. Commonly referred to as Alternative Techniques (TA), they favou...
The kid, the school and the street are a playground: The case of Algeria
aims to restore play space in the child. Play is formed in Arab countries and third world countries, especially around street concepts, zinna and lamb. The extensive presence of children on the street is a reality for the public authorities. The street has become a playground for children, an indica...
Urban Governance in Europe: The Government of What?
«Who governs when nobody governs?» This question is addressed by looking at phenomena that have become characteristic of cities today: violence, crime, immigration, mobility. Answering this question also requires paying more attention to different forms of regulation: state, market, along with coope...