In response to the current unsustainability of our economic and industrial models, concepts such as low-tech, right-tech and just-tech have been gaining ground over the last ten years.
We are living in a period of unprecedented change and uncertainty that is overturning our habits and lifestyles, with a very real impact on work and, ultimately, on real estate and regional planning.
Against this backdrop, we have re-examined ways of working: practices, methods, rhythms and organisations, in order to understand the factors driving change and their impact on workplaces, and their influence on the local area.
In France, the building sector accounts for 43% of national energy consumption and 23% of greenhouse gas emissions1. Biobased materials can help to reduce the carbon footprint in a context of climate disruption and meet challenges such as the National Low Carbon Strategy, which aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Find out how in the new trend note from Bouygues Construction’s Foresight teams.