43 publications matching keyword "Développement durable"
11/16/2015 - 12:31
From the movement of people to the transport of freight, mobility is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, and therefore a contributor to climate change. Professor Kevin Anderson assesses where we stand today and the prospects for the future of our mobility.
06/09/2015 - 11:21
Over the past 20 years, improvements in public transport, planning and telecommunications systems have helped to significantly reduce people's preference for travel by car. A look at three Swiss cities: Geneva, Lausanne and Bern.
11/26/2014 - 19:33
A Dutch expert in urban development, who founded one of her country’s leading eco-district projects, discusses the future of eco-districts with a French specialist in sustainable development. Could such areas be the key to the future of urban life?
11/13/2014 - 19:00
10/07/2014 - 10:05
06/24/2014 - 10:39
A University lecturer and an urban planner discuss professional mobilities and their role within community life. How do public authorities and, more broadly, society and its various components deal with mobility management?
04/07/2014 - 17:46
What transportation policy to develop in a sprawling, segregated city like Los Angeles? What place to give the car? Is it better to favor the subway network or the bus network? And why – economic reasons (competitiveness, employment, etc.), environmental reasons (reducing pollution and fossil resources consumption) and/or social reasons (the fight against social and racial inequality)?
03/03/2014 - 19:18
https://en.forumviesmobiles.org/crossed-perspectives/2014/03/03/questioning-transport-infrastructures-2211From one side to another of the Channel, a British sociologist and a Board Member of the SNCF discuss the impact of public infrastructures on society, from an economic, politic and social perspective.
02/27/2014 - 10:49
A controversy in France surrounding plans to build an airport at Notre-Dame-Des-Landes (Loire Region) underlines that transport infrastructure is an area where public and more private interests come into conflict.
01/30/2014 - 13:40
Is there a place for public or shared transportation in a rural environment? How can the needs of an isolated person or with reduced mobility be met? How should the ecological issues be dealt with? Here are the responses of an engineer who specialises in such questions, and a local elected representative who has played a significant role in developing the Pilat Regional Park in France.