While waiting for the videos and materials of the forum on 1 July 2021, let's take a look back at the seminar jointly organised by ADEME, Cerema and the SUD Region on 8 December 2020, which was supported by Nature For City LIFE.
The seminar was divided into three sessions and focused on the links between planning policies and the challenges of adapting to climate change : what strategies and means to implement.
During the opening conference, Raphaëlle THIOLLIER from the Mission Oasis of the City of Paris - Cours Oasis and Julie ROUSSEL from the Urban Ecology Agency of the City of Paris - presented the strategies implemented by the City of Paris on how to refresh the city through several feedbacks such as the Cours Oasis.
This session was followed by two round tables, the first on "How do planning documents integrate the challenges of adaptation to climate change ? and the second on "From strategy to operations, support to territories".
The afternoon was devoted to 3 workshops allowing to go further on the subjects of the morning by changing glasses and scales.
- Workshop n°1: Sober, adaptable and adapted economic land with Aurélie RUFFINATTI - Project manager for sustainable business parks, Regional Agency for Biodiversity and the Environment
- Workshop n°2 : For measures without regrets and the testimony of Maud ORNE-GLIEMANN - Director of the Local and Sustainable Development Unit, Communauté de Communes Alpes d'Azur
- And workshop n°3 : Citizen involvement as a lever for public policies with Julie DE MUER - Coordinator of the Guide Bureau GR 2013
Find the presentations on the Cerema website and the workshop summaries below : "Adaptation au changement climatique et aménagement du territoire - quelles stratégies et moyens d'actions ? " - Séminaire numérique du 08 décembre 2020 | Cerema