2050 : 10 milliards d’habitants, 70% de citadins et un engagement pris par Saint-Gobain pour atteindre la neutralité carbone. Cela vous semble loin ? C’est pourtant si proche. Car pour être relevés ces défis doivent se préparer dès aujourd’hui pour offrir des matériaux et solutions durables pour le bien-être de chacun et l’avenir de la planète. Alors explorons ensemble 2050.

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This is what the future’s sustainable cities could look like by 2050

De www.nationalgeographic.com - mer, 12/02/2020 - 14:50

By #2050 the world’s population is expected to reach 9.8 billion. Nearly 70 percent of this booming population—6.7 billion people— is projected to live in urban areas. National Geographic asked experts at the architectural and urban planning firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) how they would design a city of the future, educated by lessons of the past and anticipating challenges of the #future. 

5 Futuristic Smart Cities to Keep An Eye on Through the 2020s

De www.digitaltrends.com - lun, 27/01/2020 - 09:24
Whether it's embedded sensors or autonomous robots, cities are going to get a whole lot smarter in the 2020s. But some super ambitious developments are leading the way by building whole new city developments built around the latest tech. Here are 5 such projects to keep an eye on.

Towards the smart cities of 2025

De www.smartcitiesworld.net - mar, 14/01/2020 - 17:50
From tech trends to behavioural shifts and new ways to make smart cities economically sustainable, Matthew James Bailey explores what the next five years could look like.

Greener, healthier, more sustainable: why cities of the future need more biodiversity

De www.weforum.org - mar, 14/01/2020 - 17:48
Cities around the world can improve the health of their residents – plants, animals and humans – by implementing programmes to boost biodiversity.
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