As has become tradition, Bouygues Construction attended the 27th MIPIM event, the world’s largest international real estate event for property professionals, which takes place every year in Cannes, France. This was the perfect opportunity for the Group to present its expertise in property development via Linkcity, and to present its trailblazing neighbourhood planning projects. The […]
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Wednesday May 22nd, 2019
Towns and buildings desperately seeking biodiversity
UN experts have issued a chilling verdict: in cities and in the countryside, biodiversity is at death’s door. The good news, as with climate change, is that it is not too late. Although natural areas remain the priority, urban planners and developers in the broad sense must learn to build, to rebuild cities and buildings that will let ecosystems flourish, where ecological continuity really comes into its own.
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