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Le Grand Paris, ville durable ? Limites pour la biodiversité urbaine dans un projet de métropolisation emblématique

Abstract : Launched in 2007, the Greater Paris project presents the capital as the sustainable city of tomorrow. In order to question the criterias of sustainability that go with this statement, this article is based on a content analysis of texts linked to this project on one hand and on the analysis of interviews that were conducted with the project’s key-actors on the other hand. Our results underline that despite the integration of environmen, city densification is the main objective of this sustainable plan. Concerns on the place of nature in the city, or urban biodiversity, seem to have been lately considered and marginalised in the Greater Paris planning. This narrow place for urban biodiversity in the process of metropolis making shows the difficulties to maintain nature as an important criteria for urban sustainability, despite available datas which underline its important function in urban social-ecosystems.
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Pauline Fabre, Anne-Caroline Prévot, Luc Semal. Le Grand Paris, ville durable ? Limites pour la biodiversité urbaine dans un projet de métropolisation emblématique. Développement durable et territoires, Réseau « Développement durable et territoires fragiles », 2016, 7 (1), ⟨10.4000/developpementdurable.11131⟩. ⟨mnhn-03766670⟩

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