Combining environmental and digital transition - looking at mobility.
Cities contain half of the world’s population, consume 60-80% of its energy, and represent density and an environmental burden. Yet there are solutions to change this, which is the case of the mobility market.
Knowing that 29% of all emissions in France come from transport, a threefold transformation of the mobility market is possible:
- Electric vehicles: the importance of credit markets to facilitate household purchases, including second-hand, and to rethink electrical solutions in an approach to mobility that is changing fast
- Collaborative mobility: the buzz of local car-pooling, moving towards integration in new public services
- Independent mobility: To support the upsurge in autonomous vehicles
BNP Paribas Real Estate innovates to meet the challenges of the sustainable city.
ARBORETUM: conversion of an industrial site
The Arboretum site in Nanterre represents 8.9 hectares of land and 125,800m² of office space.
6 hectares of parkland, 600m of canal and reedbed, 3,200m² of vegetable garden and a green amphitheatre. Solid wood, a renewable, natural, recyclable resource that offers excellent thermal isolation, will be used. Virtuous water management and optimum use of renewable energies.
MULTISTRATES: built on air
In the 17th arrondissement of Paris, the idea is to cover the ring road at Portes des Ternes. Multistrates will consist of 11,000m² of office space, 70 ownership housing units, 28 social housing units, 950m² of shop space and 3,000m² of planted areas and urban farming.
The use of cross-laminated timber, a virtuous plant strategy, an environment-friendly ecosystem, urban scale farming, energy pooling and connected car-sharing.
Visuel Arboretum ©Ecocampus Seine