2015. The year that will mark a turning point in the fight against climate change. In December, France hosts the 21st "Conference of the Parties", or COP21, the goal being to reach a binding agreement to limit global warning. A major challenge requiring that all stakeholders do their part. Dedicated to building sustainable, energy-efficient projects, Bouygues Construction will be in attendance at this important event. We invite you to (re)discover examples of the company's contributions during the World Efficiency show and the Galerie des Solutions.
On the 30 of July, the concession agreement for the Portier Cove land reclamation projectwas signed between the Monaco Minister of State Michel Roger and Mr Gérard Brianti, CEO of the Monegasque company l’Anse du Portier, in charge of the maritime infrastructure work. Many Monegasque companies will be included in the offshore urban extension project with Bouygues Travaux Publics.
Our societal commitment is in particular carried forward by our corporate foundation Terre Plurielle, which contributes to the development of local communities of the countries in which we operate. Through their involvement and their dedication to the most deprived sections of society, our employees, committed sponsors, make all our promises of building a better life come true on a daily basis.
By 2050, 70% of the world's population will live in urban areas and cities will be responsible for 80% of greenhouse gas emissions. The challenge facing those involved in urban planning today is to rethink our development model to make sure that cities are innovative, sustainable and suited to new ways of living. Bouygues Construction, which is actively pursuing a sustainable construction policy, is taking part in the inaugural Smart Cities symposium, organised by French financial newspaper Les Echos. The event, to be held on July 1, 2015, promises a debate on the fundamental stakes of smart cities.
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